Behind 'Almost Free' with FIDLAR
Indulging in creative exploration and genre-bending experimentation, California punk band FILDAR have redefined themselves with the release of their third studio album, ‘Almost Free’.
Overgrow on Finding Solace in His New EP, ‘The Name We Share’
Emerging onto the scene in 2018, Overgrow (Jake Ciccotelli) has cultivated a sound all his own that tackles a variety of real-life themes including self-criticism, love, loss, grief and more.
Introducing Bedroom Pop Royalty: Beauty Queen on Her Debut EP
Bedroom pop artist Beauty Queen’s debut EP, Out of Touch, is out today. Featuring six tunes that are reminiscent of holidays spent on the West Coast, Beauty Queen’s music has been described as being best to listen to “while smoking at the back end of the parking lot, while skipping 2nd period AP trig.”
Under Review: Yours Truly - ‘Afterglow’
Working the Australian circuit over the past few years, Yours Truly has slowly begun to infiltrate the music scenes of the UK, the states and beyond.
Under Review: Sleep In. - ‘The Stars On Your Ceiling’
New Jersey alternative band Sleep In. are back with their sophomore LP, ‘The Stars On Your Ceiling’, their first release with Know Hope Records.
“Why the F*** am I Holding Anything Back?” Anti-Pop Powerhouse tiLLie on Her Transformative Years that Led to ‘Loud Mouth’
Unscripted, unapologetic and distinctly original, tiLLie is a force to be reckoned with in pop music. Getting her start years ago and eventually posting cover videos on social media, her 2016 cover of “Peach” by The Front Bottoms being the first time I discovered her, 2019 is set to be a monumental year for tiLLie, the anti-pop powerhouse with a lot of things to say.
Meet the New (Emo) Kids on the Block: Hot Milk on Their Massive Debut with ‘Are You Feeling Alive?’
Self-releasing their debut EP, Are You Feeling Alive?, this past week, UK-based emo powerpop outfit Hot Milk is on the verge of becoming the next big thing in music.
Show Review: The Maine
Wherever in the world The Maine may be, there is always an army of fans behind them. A mere week following the release of their seventh studio album, You Are Ok, the Arizona-based band found themselves in London for their biggest UK headlining show to date.
Getting Emo with Unturned About Midwest Punk and Their New EP, ‘Sunk’
As one of the bands spearheading the new age of emerging pop-punk acts, Minneapolis-based outfit Unturned is a band to keep your eye on.
Meet GRIEF: The Emerging Band That’s Making Alt-Rock A Lot More Interesting
Hailing from Manchester, the English city with a deeply rich musical history, is the new post-hardcore group worth paying attention to – GRIEF.
The Mancunian Band to Watch: Larkins on Their History and the Politics Behind New Single, “TV Dream”
As one of the most buzzed about acts to come out of the Manchester music scene, indie rock band Larkins have already stolen the hearts of thousands, playing their biggest show to date at Manchester’s renowned Albert Hall just last week.
Album Review: Catfish and the Bottlemen – ‘The Balance’
After three years since the release of their sophomore album, The Ride, Catfish and the Bottlemen are back with The Balance, an eleven-track album that is sure to please those who have been waiting so long to hear new material from the Welsh rock band.
“Releasing This Album Was Scary For Us”: Going Behind-the-Scenes of Holding Absence’s Debut Album
As one of the most promising acts to come out of alt-rock in recent years, Cardiff-based band Holding Absence has been on a wild ride this past month.
“YC is taking over!” Young Culture on their biggest year yet with ‘(This Is) Heaven’
New York natives Young Culture have been gaining praise and attention in the alt-pop/rock scene over the past few years for both their quality songwriting and high-energy live performance.
Under Review: Crystal Lake - ‘Helix’
Hailing from Tokyo,Crystal Lake have managed to continuously bring something fresh and new to the metalcore scene since the release of their debut EP ‘Cubes’ in 2014.
Under Review: Bring Me The Horizon - ‘amo’
We asked and they delivered. If it wasn’t clear enough already, old Bring Me The Horizon has been buried for a long time, ‘amo’ being the last and final nail in the coffin of the band we were introduced to in 2004.