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Turnstile’s new single “ALIEN LOVE CALL” featuring Blood Orange—out now
Turnstile’s new single “ALIEN LOVE CALL” featuring Blood Orange—out now
Turnstile have released a mellow new single, “Alien Love Call,” featuring Blood Orange.  In addition to a new visual, the track comes with the announcement of the band’s upcoming full-length album, GLOW ON. Read more: Nandi Bushell shares her biggest influences and upcoming musical endeavors The video for “ALIEN LOVE CALL” is comprised of archival footage taken from live performances, and was dire
There’s only one way to see The Starting Line perform these iconic albums
There’s only one way to see The Starting Line perform these iconic albums
It looks The Starting Line are hopping on the virtual live show bandwagon. This week, the band announced that they are hosting three special virtual concerts where they will be performing some of their most iconic albums. Read more: We finally know if Chadwick Boseman’s ‘Black Panther’ role will be recast It seems like only yesterday The Starting Line were embarking on their 20th-anniversary tour.
“This shit touches souls”—Producer Will Yip talks new label
“This shit touches souls”—Producer Will Yip talks new label
Will Yip has been working as a recording engineer, mixer and mastering engineer for more than a decade, but you’d never guess his veteran status by talking to him. The Philadelphia-based producer speaks with an infectious and boundless enthusiasm, his diction littered with emphasizing expletives and the youthful veneer of someone half his age who may have just discovered this world of contemporary
Cautioners premiere deep new music video for “Daisies” (exclusive)
Cautioners premiere deep new music video for “Daisies” (exclusive)
Formerly Far From Proper, the Alternative/Rock/Punk clan Cautioners has reentered the scene bearing gifts: an exclusive premiere of their new music video for “Daisies.” “’Daisies’ is a song about someone who used to make you feel complete making you feel hollow and cold,” lead singer Nick Harrison said. “That person makes you feel like you’re ...
Circa Survive deliver consistent quality plus sonic curveballs on ‘Descensus’
Circa Survive deliver consistent quality plus sonic curveballs on ‘Descensus’
Circa Survive Descensus At some point, it probably becomes fruitless to review new Circa Survive records. The band are a model of sonic and psychic consistency, ever since they brought us the explosive debut album Juturna in 2005 and through their dabblings in psych-punk (2007’s On Letting Go), ’90s alt-rock (2010’s Blue Sky Noise) and expansive prog (2012’s Violent Waves). It should come as no s
Pianos Become The Teeth – Keep You
Pianos Become The Teeth – Keep You
Pianos Become The Teeth Keep You It's well-documented how Pianos Become The Teeth frontman Kyle Durfey has grappled with the loss of his father over the course of several albums. Even if the band weren't releasing records in the internet age where this information is freely disseminated among fans, it wouldn't take a crack reporter to figure out: A pre-recorded speech in "Cripples Can't Shive
Cold World – How The Gods Chill
Cold World – How The Gods Chill
Cold World How The Gods Chill Heads will bang on How The Gods Chill, Cold World’s latest album, produced by Will Yip. Reincarnated NYHC riffs are relentless (“Blind,” “The Real Deal”), bass adds plates to the rack, vocals change hands from hoarse to hooks (“No More Fun And Games”) and the whole gang hurl curveballs like the genre orgy of “Hell’s Direction” featuring Kool G. Rap. “Never Knows Best”
Braid – No Coast
Braid – No Coast
Braid No Coast There's no more glaring way to put the "Midwest" in "Midwest emo" than to title an album that claims coastal neutrality. Along with Cap'n Jazz and the Promise Ring, Braid helped cultivate the uncorked, spastically energetic 1990s emo strain that's now suddenly one of the most blogworthy around, resulting in thinkpieces and debates and generally extensive coverage
Polar Bear Club – Death Chorus
Polar Bear Club – Death Chorus
Polar Bear Club Death Chorus Polar Bear Club have had one bender of an album cycle. In the two-year space between records, they’ve redefined their lineup (two founding members remain, the core songwriting duo of singer Jimmy Stadt and guitarist Chris Browne), opened for their heroes in Bad Religion, signed up for marriage (congrats, Jimmy!) and ...

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