Rock it Out! Blog: September 11th, 2012

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

Make some space in your brain for the onslaught of music news featured in today’s episode of the Rock it Out! Blog.… Read More

How Long Is Too Long?

Thursday, November 8th, 2012

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In today’s episode of Rock It Out! Blog, Sami discusses Soundgarden’s impending reunion album and asks how long is too long between album releases. He also recaps this week’s big headlines, including Prince’s funky new song, The Killers’ world tour, the new music videos from from The… Read More

The Walkmen playing with The National, The Black Keys, Japandroids and more

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010



That picture you see there is the cover art for the brand new forthcoming album from The Walkmen. Which means with a new album usually comes a tour to support it. But The Walkmen aren’t fooling around on their upcoming summer and fall tours as they’ll take the stage with some heavy-hitters in the indie-rock world.

Their tour kicks off on July 2nd in Minneapolis, MN and they’ll play a string of fests including Lollapalooza… Read More

The Walkmen playing with The National, The Black Keys, Japandroids and more

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010



That picture you see there is the cover art for the brand new forthcoming album from The Walkmen. Which means with a new album usually comes a tour to support it. But The Walkmen aren’t fooling around on their upcoming summer and fall tours as they’ll take the stage with some heavy-hitters in the indie-rock world.Read More

Grizzly Bear – Ready, Able

Friday, November 6th, 2009



I just got my digital hands on the new video from indie-rock darlings Grizzly Bear for their song “Ready, Able” which you can check out up top.

The video, directed by… Read More

New Moon soundtrack leaks

Sunday, October 11th, 2009



The album that you really want to buy but don’t want anyone to know that you own has leaked onto the interwebs. I’m talking about the soundtrack for the film New Moon.

Chalk full of original songs by indie-rock royalty, the soundtrack is this year’s equivalent to the Garden State soundtrack except instead of Natalie Portman and a good movie you get Kristen Stewart and an awful movie. But the music is… Read More