Two bands drew from decades of material, with two distinct approaches to bringing recorded works to life on the Avondale stage.
With dreamy distorted guitars, haunting keyboards, and propulsive bass and drums, Birmingham’s psych rock outfit People Years has released their second full album.
This is the season for ghost stories, and troubadour Ramblin’ Ricky Tate delivers with “The Witch,” a tale of graveyard cavorting and bewitched consorting.
From post-rock guitarist to acoustic singer-songwriter to indie soulster, Connor McCullum has been a shapeshifter throughout his musical career.
Randall Turner (DuJour, The Green Seed) and Jim Fahy (First Kentucky Post, Teen Getaway) discuss a new collaboration ahead of their show at Saturn.
With pet tigers and ruins of rubble, Venture Boi’s Trouble EP is a psychedelic auditory experience that grips the listener with every new scene.
Until it’s all clear to get together for shows again, there’s still plenty you can do at home to enjoy and support the B’ham music scene.
Chicago’s thoroughly-indie Sunshine Boys are touring with Juliana Hatfield, and they play WorkPlay Sunday.
“The main idea is to find a groove and a feel throughout and keep people moving.”
Two singer/songwriters brought genuine country to Saturn’s space-age stage.