We recently asked Radical Dads some very serious, rock journalist questions. They wanted no part in our very serious rock and roll conversation. A bit of a snarky spree erupted instead.
Baeble pulls up a chair with Catfish and The Bottlemen's Van McCann for a lighthearted conversation about his rather fab life, the origins of the band's infamous name, and British colloquialisms along the way, among other topics.
A decimated version of Sweden's Loney Dear finds some time to cram on to a couch somewhere in Manhattan to play a couple songs. Songs: Here Comes The Lonely Ones, Violent
These United States try their hand at street performing in NYC's Washington Square Park. Songs: Pleasure And Pain And Pride An, Honor Amongst Thieves
When we caught up with with the sisterly duo, Chaos Chaos shortly after bouncing through a set at The Brooklyn Half Marathon Pre Party, Presented By New Balance, the girls were in the kind of giggly mood that's indicative of their chipper brand of c
They caught each other's eyes across the room at church, became separated by geography, reconciled at a coffee shop in Nashville 4 years later, formed a band, got married, and have just released the kind of new album (Diamonds) that's sure to follo
The songs William Fitzsimmons brought by our place during our session weren't the only personal tidbits the Pittsburgh-raised musician gave us. We also had a nice heart-to-heart about his background, his recent album Lions, and the responsibilities
When they weren't ripping through the acoustic strains of songs from their 6th LP, Cult, Anthony Raneri and Jack O'Shea of New York punk rock outfit Bayside were enlightening us on the motivations that drive the album. There will always be fight wi
In addition to popping by Baeble HQ to stir our hearts with his contemporary, somewhat avant-garde take on classic country, native Texan Robert Ellis also sat under the hot lights fielding a few questions about his unique new album, The Lights From
Every band needs an off season; a chance to come off the road, recharge the batteries, live a normal lifestyle, stoke the creative fires, and eventually record the album that'll launch them into the next grueling touring and promotions cycle. In ou
There is something to live for! is not a declaration I expected to come up in my conversations with We Are Scientists' Chris Cain and Keith Murray. Still, experience has told me one should pretty much prepare for anything when sitting down with the
In addition to the carefree session we premiered last week, RDGLDGRN also sat down and told us all about what's happening in their whirlwind lives. From our perspective, they're still making sense of it, trying to stay humble in the face of such ac
Last week we shared our carefree, easy-breezy session with current band crush, MisterWives. They're a band going places, I tell ya, following their dream by the light of great music gods in the sky, and maybe even their spirit animals. As singer Ma
Joshua Epstein and Daniel Zott take you through some of the creative elements that inspire their band Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr and their new album, The Speed Of Things in this extended interview with the duo when they swung by Baeblemusic for a sunny, r
After rocketing through an enthralling version of Nothing To Lose But Your Head, from Augustines' new self-titled album, Billy, Eric, and Rob sat down to discuss how they arrived at the most sonically superior album of their career, touching on the
There's not much to be had on the internets regarding Temporary Hero. The artist's website is cryptic, one of those longwinded bios we come across far too often nowhere to be found. It's refreshing. The more mystifying the better, if you ask us.
Colbie Callait shimmers in her new video Try.
Spoon's Britt Daniel drives Miss Daisy through a 'Honey I Blew Up the Kid' catastrophe in the band's new Do You music video.
Katie Herzig stages a gym class romp (nightmare)in the video for Drug.
Wild Child's supremely mind-numbing piece of pop, Rillo Talk, gets some surreal eye candy in the form of the band's new video.
Nicole Atkins spins a dark fairytale in this video for her song Who Killed The Moonlight, off of her latest album Slow Phaser.
Diplo unleashes Revolution in anticipation of his new compilation Random White Dude Be Everywhere due out on July 29, 2014.
The Kooks go black and white for a live in-studio music video for Bad Habit, a song off their forthcoming LP Listen, due out September 2nd.
Perfume Queen gives us rebellious, androgynous realness in his new Queen music video. The song is on his forthcoming LP Too Bright due out September 23rd via Matador Records.
We love a group not afraid to wear the curtains. Join the fun with Polyphonic Spree and Hold Yourself Up.
Alt-J enlisted Nabil to direct their beautifully gripping Hunger Of The Pine music video.
The New Pornographers channel mid nineties Brit pop attitude in their new War On the East Coast music video. The song is featured on their forthcoming LP Brill Bruisers, due out August 25th on Matador.
Chris Malinchaks brand new video for Stranger featuring Mikky Ekko is a snapshot of a carefree summer day in New York City, circa 1982
Grieves reviews his life in reverse with his latest music video, Recluse. The song is featured on his most recent album Winter and the Wolves
Jenny Lewis is joined by a babe-alicious cast of Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart, and Brie Larson in her new Just One Of The Guys music video. The song is featured on The Voyager, due out July 29th.
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