Alt-pop is a tricky genre to hone, and this Milwaukee-born band does it justice with their upcoming album, Starcruiser. Vinyl Theatre are back for their third full-length album and are killing the game after parting ways with Fueled By Ramen last year.Read More
Like Pacific blew the scene apart with their debut full-length album Distant Like You Asked a little over 2 years ago, and now they have brought their sophomore album to the table and it couldn’t be better. The Toronto-based pop-punk band brings raw lyrics and intense tunes to the table with In Spite Of Me, which reflects the same Like Pacific you know and love while still feeling even more coherent as a whole than their debut.Read More
Boston Manor's upcoming album "Welcome To The Neighbourhood" comes out on September 7th through Pure Noise Records & we had the chance to chat with Henry Cox (vocalist) about what went into the album and what you can expect from it!
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Trophy Eyes have released “More Like You”, the second single off of their upcoming album, The American Dream, out August 3rd through Hopeless Records.
The album is now available for physical and digital pre-order. Those who pre-order digitally will receive and instant digital download of "You Can Count On Me" and "More Like You".Read More
Save Face has released a video for their single "Nothing'" off their upcoming album Merci out July 13 with Epitath Records. According to vocalist/guitarist, Tyler Povanda, “Nothin’ is about coming to terms with a new reality after waking up and seeing that everything you loved is gone. It’s watching a car crash - you’re behind the wheel and you’re also on the hood of the car.”Read More
On Friday, June 15th, 2018, Real Friends hosted 3 listening sessions for their upcoming album, Composure (Out July, 13th 2018). Marketing them as “intimate acoustic sessions”, fans had that opportunity to RSVP online and come to see their favorite band in a smaller setting than a band like Real Friends usually plays, such as a coffee shop, local venue, and a screen printing company.Read More
Earlier this week, we had the honor of reviewing State Champ's newest album, Living Proof. Now it's your turn!Read More
Mayday Parade's newest album, Sunnyland, is now available to buy and stream everywhere!Read More
A recurring claim within the pop-punk scene today is that bands are losing sight of the music that they used to make, or that they have moved in a different direction than was anticipated or desired by fans. Albany natives State Champs’ third full-length album, Living Proof, sets out to respond to that remark, showing that a band is capable of pushing the boundaries of their sound, while still remaining true to their roots.Read More