The sound is unique in every way, not least of all structurally as these various sections evolve from genre to genre and chaos to calm.
Bringing together pop-punk melodies and a quirky vocal style with deeply revealing lyrics – the sort that lean back and forth between carefree, comical, and decidedly intimate – Brett Reel keeps things hopeful and honest throughout his brand new EP.
Keeping the pop-punk and grunge-kissed sound alive and kicking, a collection ready and waiting to scream out on behalf of personal strength and acceptance.
The album weighs in at just over 26 minutes. Not one of them is wasted. Attitude is Everything. Well, maybe. But it’s this reviewer’s opinion that the punk aesthetic certainly doesn’t suffer from being in the hands of musicians as thoughtful and skilled as these.
Indigo is stunning – entertaining, thoughtful, impressive. Absolutely worth the time it takes to let it play.
The whole thing just oozes anthem-like quality, begs for audience participation, and keeps you interested and involved throughout.
Kyle Jaymes warms the heart and simultaneously explores the ache of modern life with this kick-back to the pop-rock anthems of a simpler decade.
It’s a refreshing turn back to organic, live rock and creative song-writing, and a fine testament as to what we can look forward to from the upcoming longer project.
It celebrates the rarity and power of true love, of loyalty, and the band more than carry the weight of the concept with likable and musically engaging performances every step of the way.
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.