BBC Radio 1 just premiered a brand new Biffy Clyro song on the Zane Lowe show. It’s called Stingin’ Belle. Listen here while watching behind the scenes studio footage from the making of their new album, recorded in LA at Village Studios with Garth Richardson. Enjoy. Photo: Kevin Westenberg
Photo by Rachele Johnson I was pretty hesitant to head over to see Biffy Clyro headline the main stage at Sonisphere last night. I didn’t think anything could top the intimate, mainly acoustic performance I’d been lucky enough to witness at the Bootleg Theater in L.A. back in March. Nonetheless, I followed about a trillion
Sonisphere is fast approaching and the lineup is bursting with stellar acts that have all come together for three jam-packed days of musical mayhem. Among the list of seasoned musical veterans already mentioned (Mars Volta, Biffy Clyro, Megadeth, Metallica, Slayer, and Anthrax) we here at bestnewbands.com decided we’d point you in the right direction of
Start your weekend off right with music from artist featured this week on BestNewBands.com “You Oughta Know” – Das Racist “Coming or Going” – White Arrows Lauren Novik highlighted the upcoming tenth anniversary of Sasquatch! Music Festival, which is held annually at The Gorge in WA.
Well we’ve officially sprung into Spring and at the end of this month, Sasquatch Festival! What better way to kick off Summer fest season that with the likes of Iron & Wine, (New!) Death Cab For Cutie, (New!) Foo Fighters, and a several other of my close personal faves!
Start your Friday off right with a selection of music from this week’s featured artists on BestNewBands.com “White Daisy Passing” – Rocky Votolato Laurel Kathleen caught the “truly gifted lyricist and vocalist” at the Troubador last Saturday. Laurel wrote, “Though I had never heard of the soft-spoken Rocky Votolato before last week, it was clear
Under the cover of darkness, at the Bootleg Theater last night I walked (Okay, I ran across Beverly) to head to what I initially thought was going to be just another great night at the venue. Boy was I sorely mistaken. Much like Danielewski’s debut novel House Of Leaves, the venue was much larger inside
What I dig about the arts is their collective ability to influence one another. Case in point, Mark Z. Danielewski’s works and Biffy Clyro’s works. The two will be coming together to do a special intimate performance at the Bootleg Theater on March 2 to benefit Homeboy Industries. The respective influences both the band and