“When we first encounter Emo music it’s so refreshing to just see someone who’s emotionally honest and raw in their music – and to have someone who feels like us, expressing themselves about it.”
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 instrumental tale is one that proves unique to each listener, but when the compositions are so masterfully crafted, and with authenticity at their core, its not that difficult to connect the dots.
Indigo is stunning – entertaining, thoughtful, impressive. Absolutely worth the time it takes to let it play.
Brian Jones founded and fronts the nineties throwback ‘band’ that is Moan Barrow – a fictitious act celebrating one-man musicianship and the addictive roar of the nineties.
Impressive from the outset as quick-finger riffs meet with the heavy tumble of live drums and a clear level of nostalgic intensity – Serious Matters ignite a fresh take on post-hardcore that openly connects.
The whole thing just oozes anthem-like quality, begs for audience participation, and keeps you interested and involved throughout.
The Escape Artist EP is imaginative, confident, shiny, layered, complex and stunningly produced, played and mixed. When something like this comes along, it’s time to sit up and take notice.
Michigan’s Tiny Tree showcase the strength of pure escapism with this uniquely provocative, engaging and musically mighty new album.
Lyrics that poetically connect for their realness & striking imagery alike – this one makes for a timeless alternative hit that quickly presents a sense of profound escapism.
What Captain Graveyard have done here is create a loud, prominent voice, melodic and intense all at once, and rightfully put up an impossible to miss flag – of solidarity, of personal truth, and of human rights.
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.