Brilliantly immersive from the outset, vocally pristine and captivating, haunting in a nostalgic, hard-rock rising anticipation sort of manner – Painted raise the bar brilliantly, with Kill The Pain.
Balancing electro-pop delicacies with grittier and even explosive pop-punk moments for the hook, the song Panic aptly and artistically encapsulates its very concept throughout both the performance and arrangement.
Really nicely done, authentic and refreshing – always encapsulating the very essence of the concept that is Back&Forth, in everything from story to set-up to performance.
We’ve known each other and have been friends forever and we all have played music together. This is the first band we’ve been in to really take seriously.
Bellingham rock outfit Dusty Cubby take things down a brilliantly passionate and revealing pathway, with the storytelling and emotional intensity of Bhammered.
An impressive band, who work hard to present this somewhat unexpected collection of covers in a way that makes it feel like their own set.
Stylishly contrasting energy and musical optimism with self-deprecating lyrical honesty, POPSTARR returns to raise the roof and simultaneously connect on a deeply human level.
Kevin Millan unites nostalgia and newness throughout the ultimately high-octane power-pop-rock anthem So Over You.
Marc proves the perfect leader, the indie alternative voice in lyric and tone, gifting a less common realm of artistry to confide in and connect with.
Last Tiz proceeds to weave melodic ambiances and heartfelt intentions, throughout a refreshingly genuine, fearlessly open and aptly titled temporary feelings.
Indie at its most open and unedited, Here To Stay showcases Mupsters in their element – fearlessly expressive, musically united, and secure in their own sound and style.
Acoustic punk rock of familiar vibes yet fresh lyrical explorations – Marc with a C connects and intrigues as this brand new EP emerges.