“Joke/Rope” offers two paths when faced with a less-than-ideal reality: one can choose to laugh it off and make light of the situation or feed the anguish.
Thick fuzz and barbaric yawping mark the highlights of this trip to Black Beach.
Greys’ new single “No Star,” is rooted in the aftermath of the Paris shootings in November, from the perspective of a person feeling more ‘other’ than ‘same.’
A punk band and a shoegaze band had a baby. It was heavy and noisy and lovely in every way.
Guest Playlist #2! Jocelyn Simone, bad ass babe of COLOR ME BUSHWICK.
A new anthem.
Mom jeans for the win.
Do you like straightforward punk songs? Yeah? Me too. They’re even better when after a few chords, you get sidelined by a wash of surf-inspired guitars.
Music preference is largely subjective. So, here’s the first guest playlist. The parameters of the request were pretty simple: make a playlist of things you like.
YES. NEW. PUP. PUP is rad and they have been touring like crazy and now they’re getting ready to release their second album, DVP.
In the perfect follow up to last year’s release, Leggy’s DANG delivers a double-punch via a contextual flip, trading much of the doe-eyed adoration found in Nice Try for hints at something a bit darker.
New-ish band, familiar faces. People were sad when Heeney broke up. People were happy when 3/4 of Heeney (Max Kagan, Mark Fletcher and John Spencer) ditched the name, added a member of Bluffing/The Gradients (J Boxer) and formed a new band: Stringer*. The three front men shared songwriting duties for the new EP and it…