It’s a song for the fans, for the people, for the band, and it does precisely what we needed it to do.
Designed to be an artistic recreation of a scooter accident in which Cam Rostami broke his arm & his face, You Got It proves to be an energizing, addictively rhythmic & engaging alternative anthem.
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.
The whole playlist slowly but surely secures itself as something of an indie classic – great listening for 2020 and beyond.
Despite their clear energy & presence online, there’s a certain introverted quietness to their writing & delivery. This is perhaps what reaches out more notably to the many who are feeling so lost & unsure right now.
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.
It’s a profound and powerful topic, explored honestly, in an engaging manner, and with a certain lightness and bounce that ultimately helps soften the blow.
Maryland trio Homebase inject a much-needed hit of punk pop and rock into the music world with this refreshing EP of originals.
Energetically blending the nostalgia of nineties punk-pop with that of the Happy Gilmore glory days, Queensland’s Kid Fly kick into gear with a brilliantly well-crafted new single.
This feels like a slept-on classic from a simpler time, and still the concept focuses on something that much of modern music refuses to even attempt.
Beautiful, songwriting with meaning, crafted to reflect on the past, the present, and offer a simple yet sublime sense of well-being.