For fans of the Pompano-based emo act Further Seems Forever, the wait is finally over! The 11-track Penny Black is a mature conglomerate of upbeat, heartwarming, and sometimes dark songs.
Cinematics, the debut full-length from Tampa-based theatrical pop rockers Set It Off, may be one of the most diverse albums of the year. Having wanted to go for a more orchestral feel, listeners can expect a dramatic sound filled with perfected musical craftsmanship in each track.
Full of anger and personal regrets, Handguns use their debut full-length to get everything off their chests. With creative punk thrills and pop punk driven chord progressions, Angst is sure to make pop punk fans everywhere happy.
For his forthcoming fourth album The Midsummer Station, Owl City’s Adam Young did something he has never done before: he collaborated with co-producers, co-writers, and other artists. The album is a culmination of crisp, finely-tuned vocals, and explosive pop tunes that will delight the moment they hit.
The three tracks switch up the traditional Boys Like Girls pop rock sound with a more country influence. While the Crazy World EP is just a teaser for their full-length, fans get a taste of what they have to look forward to from Boys Like Girls.
With irreplaceable harmonies and catchy tunes, Mixtapes’ Even On The Worst Night is full of memorable lyrics and clever one-liners.
Synthetica, the latest release from Canadian indie rock darlings Metric, offers a rejuvenating sound with an atmospheric element. The album delivers powerful anthems weaved into tremendous choruses that take the listener for a wild and exotic ride.
With the release of their much-anticipated debut EP Navigate, Toronto newcomers Crystalyne have proven that they are a band to be on the lookout for. Having just wrapped up a three month tour visiting over sixty high schools in Canada in support of the release, they’re showing no signs of slowing down, ready to capture audiences everywhere with their pop rock sound.
Jason Mraz’s latest effort is another wonderful addition to his discography, perfect for those cloudless summer days when nothing can go wrong.
Celebrating their twentieth anniversary this year, Gainesville, Florida-based fathers of ska Less Than Jake have done it again. Over the past two decades, Less Than Jake have stood above the rest with unique vocals, instrumentations, and the ability to make a crowd dance, and they show no signs of slowing down with their latest EP, Seasons Greetings From Less Than Jake.
Who’s ready for a little shazam in their life? Mix in a little 1980’s head banging and theatrical vocals and you get the one and only Foxy Shazam and their new album The Church of Rock and Roll.
Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen’s Curiosity already has fans crushing and the EP hasn’t even dropped in the US yet. Once it does, expect middle school girls (and boys) wearing Carly Rae Jepsen t-shirts, backpacks, everything – this girl is the next big pop crush.