Editorial

New Music: Snaps To Ruth Koleva on New Single “I Don’t Know Why”

Snaps all around for songstress Ruth Koleva. Pull out your long evening dresses, too-long cigarette holders and pop your hair up in a neat bun that will flutter to your shoulders...

LOYALS: The Albums We Listened To While Recording

Not too long ago we brought to you LOYALS; the Nashville-based alt-rockers with an pop flair, along with their debut self-titled album. While listening, we wanted to learn more...

Long Live The Revolution: Pale Waves Ushers In A New Dawn With ‘All The Things I Never Said’, EP Out 2/19

Image Credit: Dean Chalkley As Valentine’s Day’s memories of love, longing, and indifference fades from our collective consciousness for another year; I’m...

Album Review: Senses Fail – If There Is Light, It Will Find You

10 years ago – in the age of MySpace, thick black eyeliner & Steven’s Untitled Rock Show – the emo movement took off with bands like Hawthorne Heights,...

From The Staff: Vegas

As most of you are already aware, October began with a tragedy– an attack on the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas. To recount the facts of the tragedy at this...

REVIEW: Frank Iero and the Patience Release “Keep The Coffins Coming”

Here in Northeast, it’s finally starting to feel like fall; the weather is cooling down, bright green leaves are beginning to dull then change, but most importantly–...

REVIEW: Thousand Foot Krutch – Untraveled Roads (Live)

Coming at you with fire, fury, and a whole lot of guts, Thousand Foot Krutch is back with their new live album, Untraveled Roads (Live), their first since 2011. The energetic...

WATCH: TWLOHA’s New Video in Honor of National Suicide Prevention Week

Happy Monday from all of us here at Babetalk, and I know, you’re expecting some new music, but today is different. This Sunday 9/10 was World Suicide Prevention Day, as well...

Album Review: Black Satellite, “Endless”

  Coming in hot and heavy today, we have the rock duo known as Black Satellite and their dark rock album Endless. The duo, consisting of Larissa Vale and Kyle Hawken, hale...

NEW MUSIC MONDAY: The Early Mornings’ Debut is a Call To The Raw Past of Rock

Calling Portland, Maine their home, The Early Mornings are a Twenty-first Century band with a sound reminiscent of the funk and blues of the 70’s. Made up of Singer Brit...