Pop-punk has gone by the wayside since the early 2000s, but The Rebellion Lost and their latest EP “Punch Drunk” are here to spark some new life into a genre from years past.
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Ever come home from a long day at work and all you want to do is flip on some tunes and kick back for a while? The Singing Limbs may have that solution for you with their EP “Mint.”
There’s something unique to point out about Primal Static. It’s rare enough on its own that the band is made up of only two members. But, this duo is an unlikely pairing of musicians from contrasting cultural backgrounds.
“Soulternative” is a phrase not heard often in the music world, but thanks to Fudakochi’s latest EP “Sound,” that could change in the future.
There’s really not a lot out there about R. Missing, a band who lists their band members as “She Missing” and “He Missing” on their Facebook page. All I can really say is that they apparently want to fight you.
Glenn Smyth is a Birmingham boy who spent most of his youth playing football. He may have continued on that route had he not severely injured his leg, ending his football career. With more time on his hands than usual, Smyth taught himself guitar. And lucky for our ears – it stuck. He continued to […]
An eight-track EP is a helluva way to kick down the door for your first major release in your career, and that’s exactly what alt-rocker Wild Domestic has done with his EP “Singular.”
It’s not always easy to dive into certain musical genres, especially if the type is loud, erratic, spacy or just plain odd. Some folks need a gateway artist for this sort of thing. For those looking to venture into the realm of Post Hardcore, Cold Summer is an ample act to start.
I was only introduced to Robert Hunter’s unique country/alt-rock sound a couple of weeks ago, but I’ve already developed a connection to his music. The American singer-songwriter has released two EPs so far – Outta My Mind and Afterglow. As much as the first of the two was filled with tight sounds and romantic lyrics, […]