We came back to Pennsylvania for the Thanksgiving holiday, and just in time — because a night of stellar musicianship was in-store for us upon our return to Bethlehem.
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Bright sounds and power chords are the hallmarks of “Lying to Myself,” the new alt-rock anthem from Chelsea Lyn Meyer.
While we were in Nashville this past week, we got to #GoUnderground there for the first time — and our first glimpse of Music City’s original scene lived up to expectations.
This week, we head up to Boston for a look at pop-punk duo Condition Baker.
With a distinctive voice and crafty acoustic guitar work, San Diego’s Mighty Mage (real name Khalid Hussain) has released a tender, yet dynamic single titled “Forgot the Way.”
Greensboro, NC-based alternative quartet Lowborn has released “Be Like Me,” an rallying cry about chasing dreams with electric pop undertones that are equal parts dark and powerful.
New York City’s Blood Blush have released their debut EP, “Trust,” a four-track offering of new-wave inspired post-punk with a gothic twist, coated with a generous helping of hazy, reverb-heavy ambiance.
Sometimes, the chase doesn’t always lead us where we would prefer.
Increasingly intense rains on an unseasonably warm November evening were no match for the music in South Bethlehem on Friday night.
Anyone who has ever known the struggle of loving someone serving in an overseas conflict will relate to “Army Ranger,” the new single from Nashville-based country singer Jessie G.