Posts Tagged ‘punk’

Horrible/Adorable

Horrible/Adorable

Self-described as “creamsicle, dreamsoda, poprockz, bubble grunge,” punk duo Horrible/Adorable are the kind of band that will kick your ass and then kiss your cheek. Made up of singer/guitarist Kiki and drummer/backing vocalist CKBH, the girls from Oakland know how to have a good time whether you like it or not. 

Let’s Talk Daggers – A Beautiful Life

Let's Talk Daggers

The recent album by Let’s Talk Daggers is definitely for the strange and untamed mind. The newly released songs are a hardcore punk guilty pleasure that give you an idea of what a psychedelic freakout might feel like. Listening to the 12 songs will leave you intrigued, a bit frightened, and not knowing whether you […]

Counting Coins – Don’t Look Down

Counting Coins

Music that prompts mosh pits is normally seen as destructive – an adolescent rebellion to authority. When you find a band that throws a bit of culture into that unruly mix, a sense of pride tends to slither in, plus a more powerful “stick it to the man” feeling. The music of Counting Coins is […]

Q&A with Dalton Winfree of The Strumms

The Strumms

For those of you who caught the recent Strumms article, you might’ve turned right to YouTube to listen to the Nashville band. For those of you who didn’t, shame on you.  Just kidding.   If you haven’t given them a shot, you should. I was lucky enough to learn all about them in a short […]

The Strumms

The Strumms

Finding great bands to listen to around the country or world is always exciting, but when they’re right next door that makes it even better. The Strumms is a band filled with a political punk spirit who sprouted up in Nashville, TN. Since they’re somewhat new, their song choice is limited to a few. If […]

Oogee Wawa

Oogee Wawa

Everyone loves a good party. The room is filled with friends talking and laughing. Tabletops are covered with every food imaginable. Maybe a few fireworks are shot off. If the host is prepared and people come, it’s likely to be a blast. However, to hold a successful party, you need loud, invigorating music that will […]

The Nightingales – Coming to the US

Nightingales

The Nightingales have been around for a minute. With members going back to The Prefects, these guys know the scene… and exactly what they’re doing. However, instead of focusing on yesteryear, the ‘Gales are constantly making new music. They’re about to go on tour, so those of us Stateside have the chance to catch brand […]

State Line Syndicate

StateLineSyndicate

Los Angeles pop-punk trio, State Line Syndicate, are breathing new life into the genre that was a radio staple in the late ‘90s and early 2000s.

Atrocity Exhibition – Year One

AtrocityExhibition

New York has been long known for its music. In the city that never sleeps, you might as well go see all the live music you can. Atrocity Exhibition is a monthly show at The Cobra Club in Brooklyn. It’s a one stop shop for all things – coffee, yoga and music. The Atrocity Exhibition […]

Torcido

torcido

People often associate punk rock with thrashing about and sticking a finger to the Man. The actual musicianship seems to be put to the side in an unfortunate event. However, this doesn’t apply to punk band Torcido. They’ve got a more quiet thrash about them – a thrash that’s even a bit haunting.