With his debut LP It’s Not An Excuse, It’s A Reason, Marcio Novelli proves that great music isn’t written with intentions to impress the masses, but as a personal anecdote by the musician. Recorded in just two weeks and produced by Jim Wirt (Incubus, Jack’s Mannequin), Novelli’s debut is a revival of simple pop rock with meaning, the kind that has been fading out since 2005.
Incorporating new elements such as a string quartet, chilling and natural sound effects, and haunting vocals into their usual blend of post rock, Caspian have created an album that is always full in sound but somehow never overwhelmingly noisy.
Fresh from the golden state, Silver Snakes are joining a wave of contemporaries who are putting the rock back into punk rock.
Members and former members of The Academy Is.., Fall Out Boy, Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes, and Panic! At The Disco have come together in designing a shirt to sell for the benefit of the ex-drummer of The Academy Is…, who was recently injured severely in a robbery.
Infused with a resurge of energy, touching lyrics, and an obvious wave of newfound inspiration, Southern Air finally gives fans exactly what they’ve been waiting for.
Winds Will Change makes it apparent that although happy pop music isn’t what Beckett does best, he still has it in him to provide music with deeper subject matter and more impressive musicality.
Athletics’ gorgeous blend of post rock, ambient, and post hardcore results in an album that is nothing short of breathtaking.
The Front Bottoms’ self-titled debut full length is unlike anything that has ever been heard before – in the best way possible. It’s what happens when Mountain Goats-like vocals meet punk and pop influences in the form of a quirky duo and it is pure unintentional brilliance.
Hailing from Washington DC, young indie rockers The Baby Grand are set to fill a void in the scene. Their latest release, Renaissance, offers a refreshing dose of lighthearted energy with its clean vocals and warm guitar melodies.
Arriving just in time for summer, The Only Place offers effortless listening for those sunny days at the beach and the simple yet relatable lyrics that Best Coast does best.
The self-titled, self-released EP from alt rock newcomers Coasta will come as a breath of fresh air to any lover of the Long Island music scene.
Seminal Boston hardcore band Give Up the Ghost (American Nightmare) has announced a reunion show in New York City for mid July.
Fresh from Rise Records, Sharks’ highly anticipated debut full length No Gods delivers a genuine portrayal of punk rock from across the pond.
I Am The Avalanche are currently on a run with support from Hostage Calm and Banquets, celebrating the release of their latest album, Avalanche United. Fans in central New York got their chance to catch the tour at the Lost Horizon in Syracuse on Sunday, March 18. The band were returning for the first time […]