Southern California quartet Movements are back with their sophomore album No Good Left To Give, released on Fearless Records. When it landed in our inbox for review, we were told, “it’s a special one,” and indeed it was.
2020 may be the year from hell that we will remember for all the wrong reasons, but we’ve just been offered a chance to think of something far more hopeful when we hear the words “twenty-twenty” for the rest of the year.
Odina is an up and coming alternative pop artist who has recently released her first full-length album: What I Never Told You.
Point North may be a name you are not yet familiar with, but if you like pop-punk or are a fan of bands like With Confidence or State Champs, then it’s a name you should make a mental note of. Brand New Vision, released on Hopeless Records, is their debut album.
The Killers are a dab hand at producing perfection, and despite their most well-known song being the 2004 smash hit ‘Mr. Brightside’ they’ve been consistently releasing great music over the years.
Poppy the android has completed her upgrade: how Poppy established herself as an autonomous individual in I Disagree (More)
On August 14, experimental pop artist Poppy added three more tracks to complete her extended metal-pop album I Disagree (More).
If you didn’t already know, Stand Atlantic are a great example of a band made for what they do. They burst onto the scene about eight years ago and quickly left their mark on it.
Taylor Swift has spent the best part of her career defying all odds. From her humble beginnings as the darling of country to her more recent successes in the world of pop, she’s very much incapable of putting out anything short of stunning.
Seattle rockers Acceptance were cutting their teeth in the music scene before a considerable amount of contemporarily popular bands were even past their youth.
Neck Deep may have been around for less than a decade, but they’ve made some pretty considerable waves in the scene over the last few years.
Is this the new normal for gigs?
New Found Glory is a part of the pop-punk scene that we have grown up with. After 20 years on the scene, they’ve headed back to their roots for this their most recent record Forever + Ever x Infinity.
Described as an “adrenaline-fueled, rock n’ roll circus”, Canadian-American Rockers Paylaye Royale are no strangers to flamboyancy, and this their most recent offering The Bastards proves that. The band and their cult following embrace the essence of rock and punk in a way many new bands fail to do so.
Boston Manor is a band that just keeps on defying the limits that seem to hinder other parts of the alternative/rock scene, and they have done it once again with GLUE.
Los Angeles indie rockers The Wrecks have been making waves as of late, and their incredible debut album truly is the cherry on top.
This year has been difficult so far and we all need a little help to get through it. The Used are here to help with their latest release, Heartwork.