Samis Top Five Rock Albums of 2012

Saturday, November 10th, 2012

It hasn’t been the strongest year for rock music. Plenty of albums were released but not many really stuck to the ribs and latched on tight. However, there were some exceptions, and on today’s episode of the Rock… Read More

The Top 5 Songs of 2012

Friday, November 9th, 2012

Time to stir up some serious debate! Consequence of Sound has released its , and on today’s Rock it Out! Blog, Sami takes you through the top five. Do you agree with the list? Do you loathe it? Do you want to throw us off the top of a building?… Read More

2012 Top Albums Round Table (10-6)

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

By now you’ve read through , racked your brain trying to figure out why certain albums landed at certain spots, and why others are missing altogether. You demand answers!

This week’s episodes of the Rock it Out! Blog look to provide those… Read More

RiO!B episode – March 27, 2012

Tuesday, March 27th, 2012



Today’s Rock it Out! Blog episode has a special guest host. Jeremy D. Larson from hosts the show and talks about Jet breaking up, the new album from Sigur Ros, a new song from Japandroids and the forthcoming album from Beach House. Also mentioned is the soundtrack for The Avengers movie.

Jet… 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