Friday, September 21, 2018

Sleeping With Sirens show they are poised for greater things with ‘Madness’ (review)

Sleeping With Sirens Madness Who says you can’t please everyone? Oh, yeah: the internet. If Sleeping With Sirens are guilty of anything on their fourth album, it’s trying to unite...

Sonic Avenues – Television Youth

Sonic Avenues Television Youth Sonic Avenues' sophomore full-length delivers more of the classic punk sound they've been rejuvenating for a few years. Hell, even its title, Television Youth, conjures...

Danger Radio – Nothing’s Gonna Hold Us Down

Danger Radio Nothing’s Gonna Hold Us Down Danger Radio’s Doghouse debut suffers from an identity crisis: Over the course of the disc’s seven tracks, the Washington-based quintet split their...

Dreamend – So I Ate Myself, Bite By Bite

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Silverstein – Transitions EP

Silverstein Transitions EP Burlington, Ontario’s Silverstein are back with a new label and a new EP, featuring a couple of songs from their next album (and Hopeless debut), scheduled...

Dr. Dog

Dr. Dog We All Belong To call Dr. Dog Beatlesesque is completely legitimate, but also does the Philadelphia group an irrevocable disservice. Unlike other Beatles-y bands (think Oasis...

These Are Powers

These Are Powers All Aboard Future There is nothing easy about These Are Powers’ All Aboard Future. The record is nasty, full of half-measure beeps-and-clicks and peppered with the...

Busdriver – Beaus$Eros

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Monty Are I

Monty Are I Wall Of People When it comes to pop-punk, there’s a very fine line between annoying and catchy. Fortunately, Monty Are I have established themselves in...

Jonas Sees In Color

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