Palms Weak, Hands Sweaty, Knees Shaky, Mom’s Spaghetti

This is a big year for the Atlanta based music festival. Shaky Knees is celebrating its fifth year in business. The line up is stacked more than The Expendables part 7. Acts include LCD soundsystem, Slyvan Esso, Cage the Elephant, Dr. Dog, FIDLAR, and a list longer than I want to write here ( fortunately someone else…

Alex G explores Americana on new track “Bobby”

Alex Giannascoli (commonly known as Alex G) is one of a few flagship artists to come out of the Bandcamp generation. In 2015, he signed to Domino Records, and released his last album, Beach Music— a strange collection of tracks that at once seemed disparate in sound and at the same time cohesive in atmosphere. Giannascoli…

Depeche Mode brings the revolution

Depeche Mode has released a new single, as a taste of their new album Spirit that will be released on March 17.  You can listen to it at the bottom of this article, and should before we get any further. I’ll wait and give you a moment to listen to it. Good job, now we are…

Mastodon’s Emperor of Sand remains a mystery

Mastodon, the well-known masters of diverse heavy metal music, will be releasing their seventh studio album in late March. Considering the span of styles and genres the group has explored and their determination to make every album different from their last, it is hard to say with certainty what exactly this next album will be…

The Lawsuits visit WUTK, to play Jig & Reel show

WUTK The Rock welcomes The Lawsuits to the station and couldn’t be more excited to chat with the band LIVE in-studio. The 4-piece group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania plan to mix it up with air-play of previous and new tracks, like those off the latest album Moon Son. “We definitely like the older stuff, as well,” lead…