All These Videos of Musicians Covering Tom Petty Will Make You Cry
Musicians from The National to Dave Matthews have covered his music since his death on Monday, proving his widespread influence.
Tigers Jaw Stays at a Decaying Romantic Resort in Their Video for “June”
If ever there was a metaphor for love...
Stream of the Crop: 11 New Albums for Heavy Rotation 5/20
New albums from (Sandy) Alex G, Mountain Goats, and Oxbow top this week's list of essential records.
Life Is Hell but Puddle Splasher Is Here to Help with Their New Release 'Separate States'
Life is brutal and cold and its only constant is how unfair it is to the people we love. Luckily we have music like this.
Listen to Wicca Phase Springs Eternal's Sad, Seamless Triumph 'Secret Boy'
Three years on from Tigers Jaw, Adam McIlwee has honed in on the middle ground between his beginnings as a guitar-based songwriter and his newly conquered territory working with producers.
PREMIERE: Petal - “Sooner”
A song about being aware of the worst that could happen but hoping for the best, from one of Run For Cover's latest signings.
15 Objectively Perfect Albums That Are Less Than Half an Hour Long
How about some authoritative records that could turn you onto an entire new thread of listening in half the time it takes a Papa Johns pizza to arrive?
Tigers Jaw's Live Acoustic Version of "I Saw Water" is Perfect
Will Yip, the man behind half the Run For Cover releases, now has his own label which he'll be using to release acoustic albums and side projects.
VICE Exclusive: Listen to a Track from Tigers Jaw's New Acoustic Album
Tigers Jaw has been steering American youth towards the righteous path of emo that germinated from 90s hardcore and college rock.
Tigers Jaw: Still Roaring
Ben Walsh talks about the band's new record, 'Charmer,' and how they are definitely, totally, seriously not broken up. (For real.)
Listen to "Fake Death," the New Single by Tiger's Jaw
There may be other bands from Scranton, but we don't know about them. That just makes the track better for bored Scranton youth to throw on the radio while they try to steal cigarettes.