The Cabin Fever share stream of 'Exercise The Demon' EP

The Cabin Fever are a few short days away from releasing their new EP, Exercise The Demon, on February 2. Lucky for you, the band has shared the stream of the EP a little early over on The Big Takeover alongside a review of the "quietly captivating" album. Written with the goal of exercising and perhaps exorcising some demons of their own, the band hopes to share some of their catharsis with listeners. Head over to The Big Takeover to take a listen for yourself and see what they have to say about the 6 song (+1 bonus track) EP. The album will be out officially this Friday, Feb. 2, and you can scoop a copy for yourself over on their Bandcamp page. 


Eric Benoit shares captivating video for "Dragonflies"

Eric Benoit will see release of his new album, Heartrender, next Friday, January 26. Today, PopMatters has premiered a video for standout track "Dragonflies," which you can check out below. Reflecting on the video, PopMatters writer Jonathan Frahm had this to say: "For all of the cinematic production and innate musical artistry present on 'Dragonflies,' the most captivating part of it all might well be how achingly, tangibly real it isβ€”more-so than most would have courage or audacity to show in their art. For Benoit to have done so, it means that his art is true."

Huffington Post details full lineup for Savannah Stopover 2018

March 8-10, 2018 will mark the eighth consecutive occurrence of our favorite southern music festival, Savannah Stopover. The event that takes place in venues across charming downtown Savannah will host 80 bands from across the country (and Canada!) including regional favorites of Montreal, Bronx hip-hop artist Kemba, breakout country star Colter Wall, Seattle's The Cave Singers, and so many more. Huffington Post had the exclusive on the second wave lineup announcement yesterday. Head HERE to read their profile of the festival including comments from several bands who have performed Stopover before and hit play below to preview the 2018 lineup! Tickets are available HERE

The Fleeting Ends are back with a new album, due out Feb 16

The Fleeting Ends are a group of Philadelphia native musicians that have reformed and reclaimed the name after the original lineup parted ways in 2014. Frontman Matthew Vantine is back with a new band and a new collection of songs due out February 16. The first single, "20 Something," premiered today at Atwood Magazine called the song "athemic" and "the sort of reintroduction most bands only dream of."