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Punk News review
yesterday

Keeping the Pop-Punk tradition alive, Bearings prove that there's more to come from Ottawa than boring Canadian politics, Dan Aykroyd and Alanis Morissette. Releasing an E.P...

Punk News review
yesterday

For me, I’ve always wanted Senses Fail to go into a heavier direction ever since classic heavier songs like “Bite To Break Skin” or “Wolves At The Door.” On their last album...

The Quietus review
yesterday

In the last year the profile of Brooklyn's Anthony Parasole has exploded – fuelled in part by his well-received residency at Berghain – but also lain on a foundation of years of...

Under The Radar review
yesterday

Era collects everything obscure post-punks In Camera recorded during their original 1978—1981 run. This amounts to a few singles, a Peel session, demos, and a handful of live...

Clash review
02.07.15

Still breaking new ground after all these years...

Punk News review
02.07.15

“I Remember,” the first song on the debut full length from Nashville’s Bully, is aptly titled. So is the album name Feels Like. These tens songs are so reminiscent of '90s...

Under The Radar review
02.07.15

If there is one aspect of Bully's breathless, hyperactive sound that befits their moniker on Feels Like, it is Alicia Bognanno's gloriously ragged power-tool of a voice—shrieking...

Punk News review
02.07.15

By the time the amp buzz quits at the end of Weird Prayer, you'll be pretty much convinced that Sweet John Bloom are the real deal. If you're a fan of Superchunk and Japandroids...

Clash review
02.07.15

Sam Dust's remarkable return...

Clash review
02.07.15

A catchy and danceable summer record...

AudioCred review
01.07.15

J Rain hit single “Spendin” is the latest single from the talented singer, and it’s a smooth, crooning number from the old school, with a modern sensibility and slick, high-tech...

Under The Radar review
01.07.15

With their debut Performance, Outfit opened two possible creative paths. They easily could have cranked it up a notch and followed it up with a dance-fused electronic record...

Punk News review
01.07.15

I was very curious about the direction that Swedish punks Twopointeight would take for their third LP, especially upon hearing Brian Fallon would be producing and co-writing, with...

Punk News review
01.07.15

For well over a decade now, be it with the Marked Men, the Potential Johns, or now Radioactivity, Jeff Burke has been penning poppy garage hits at a rate of which most songwriters...

TapeFear recommendation
30.06.15

Gloriously dark synth from Evan Caminiti.

TapeFear recommendation
30.06.15

Achingly beautiful contemporary drone from Jeremy Young & Aaron Martin.

TapeFear recommendation
30.06.15

Downtempo electronic beats from Jaisu.

Punk News review
30.06.15

Love 'em or hate 'em, Anthony Raneri and Bayside have a knack for consistency. Since 2004’s Sirens and Condolences, Bayside have produced a solid, if pretty analogous discography...

Punk News review
30.06.15

Tigers Jaw is pretty legendary at this point. Even after losing more than half of their lineup, the band has managed to continue successfully even after a couple doubts they may...

Under The Radar review
30.06.15

It's hard to believe Vince Staples is only 22. His interviews sound like they're coming from a tired, middle-aged man who's seen it all. More

Punk News review
30.06.15

Melodic punk rockers, Margate have been paying their dues in the Los Angels punk scene for about 10 years now opening for notable as like Teenage Bottle Rocket and even Success...

Clash review
30.06.15

A hypnotic piece of left field electronics...

The Quietus review
30.06.15

The Brian Jonestown Massacre's Anton Newcombe has certainly suffered at the hands of his detractors, both within his fanbase and outside of it. To the former, his excursions into...

The Quietus review
30.06.15

Tell you what, when he finds out about this, Neil Young's going to be livid.It's bad enough that somebody should have attempted this audacious jape in the first place, recording a...

Under The Radar review
29.06.15

Everything Everything is a U.K. band that makes the kind of music now championed by slightly younger groups like alt-J and Adult Jazz. Their first two albums, 2010's Man Alive and...

Clash review
29.06.15

An impressive if limited debut album...

Punk News review
29.06.15

Prayers is a self described "cholo goth" duo from San Diego. That descriptor sounds very specific, but it really could lead down many different paths. Is it akin to Cyprus Hill...

The Pier review
29.06.15

I have been a big fan of the Expanders since the first time I saw them play. After buying a CD I quickly saw they were amongst a small group of bands that translate from the stage...

Punk News review
26.06.15

"You ain't special / No / You're just the same" sings vocalist Brad Marino, utilizing his nasally delivery to sell the hook on "You Ain't Special." The lyrics are about a...