With Dan Rose (Daybreaker) on vocals, Kevin Geyer (The Story So Far) on guitar, and Matthew and Charles Vincent (The American Scene) helping out on the rhythm section, Heavy Head is an enormously impressive debut album of smart, catchy indie rock.
Let’s cut right to the chase: if you like Hit The Lights, you’re going to like vocalist Nick Thompson’s side project Thief Club. But Thompson proves that Thief Club can stand on its own with his debut record My Heavy.
Take one part Vampire Weekend, two parts The Bravery, a dash of The 1975, finish with a spritz of Two Door Cinema Club and you’ve got yourself SoCal rock band Bad Suns’ debut EP, Transpose.
With their debut full-length album Heart, indie rock duo XO create what they call “a more cerebral experience” by placing emphasis on musical experience rather than lyrics.
Varying backgrounds, musical influences, and openness to mixing genres is what makes Diamond Youth really stand out, and the risks they take on their newest EP Shake pay off.
You’re Gonna Miss It All‘s unique brand of indie punk and refreshingly honest lyrics will catapult Modern Baseball far beyond many of their more experienced counterparts to take the spotlight.
Nearly three years after their wildly successful third album Sinners Never Sleep, You Me At Six are back at it again with Cavalier Youth.
Lighter Doses highlights the immense amount of thought and precision that Heartless Breakers is already putting into their music.
For a band that only began creating music in late 2012 and played their very first live show in February 2013, MisterWives hold nothing back in their debut EP Reflections.
With Mind Over Matter, Young The Giant have transformed from lovable indie rockers to arena-worthy warriors.
With their fourth full-length, Of Mice & Men have affirmed that they aren’t just another name in the constantly growing roster of great metal bands – they’re the kings of the genre.
The release of Wishful Thinking sees Neck Deep step up to the plate, proving that the band is ready to take their infectious sound from the UK pop punk scene to the world.
You Blew It! have done a great job with this release, but the album shows off the potential they have to do better. The Florida quintet impresses their audience with a heavy energy and lyrics that push towards a darker side.
Although somewhat predictable, Imaginary Numbers is a highly impressive five-song effort that once again displays The Maine’s burgeoning maturity and musicianship.