A rightfully energetic performance, and an essentially addictive tune that leaves its mark with ease throughout a sub-three-minute explosive and colourful journey.
Pop-punk vocals and an organic pop-rock set-up meet with somewhat country-esque song-writing for this heartfelt, nostalgic new single from New York City’s The Night Years.
Explosive rock rhythms and chaotic electric guitar downpours unite with progressive song-writing and story-telling combined throughout the powerful album Awkward Silence from Ex-Okay.
Great melodies and beautiful lyrics meet with quickly likable musicianship – ambiances that beg for a live show, or for you to turn up your headphones and complete escape as the world speeds by outside.
Melodically on top form, Kennedy On Ecstasy is an incredibly infectious alt-pop single.
Arizona’s Jared Mancuso takes us right back to the nineties with this pop-punk anthem of uplifting musicality & contrasting conceptual heartbreak.
It’s a song for the fans, for the people, for the band, and it does precisely what we needed it to do.
Stylishly uniting the fast-paced power-chords of pop-punk, with the melodic-rap tendencies of contemporary hip hop.
The band operate somewhere between the likes of Bad Religion & Papa Roach, but there’s a notably emotive, soulful core to their writing, and the sound has its own clear level of character.
Taiwan’s 反覆墜落 Repeatdive return with a longer project of originals and a crisp, organic and emotive sound for this latest release.
If you’re taking time out of your day right now to let an indie album run in full, on a whim of a hope that it might take your breath away, Frequency by Italy’s Downflyers is categorically a gamble that pays off.
Further securing their role amidst the future of pop-rock and indeed punk-pop, The New Starts Now bring through perhaps their strongest hit of songwriting yet with this brand new single.