Great Mission: Life proves that hard work mixed with sweat, talent, and shear creativity can blend seamlessly into a brilliant travel kit for Part One of an epic journey.
Although American Authors are receiving a lot of attention from pop culture, they’ve adopted none of the restrictions that come along with the limelight.
If you were as heartbroken as the rest of us when A Rocket To The Moon called it quits last year, you might be hoping vocalist Nick Santino’s new solo direction will fill the gap.
They might be from a pretty chilly part of the world, but Vancouver-based band Hedley are bringing the message we’ve all been waiting for: summer is coming.
With running themes, allusions, and a distinct motif of the supernatural, Cope is definitely an album you want to have tucked away high on your shelf for years to come.
The Menzingers have been exponentially improving as a band since the beginning, and their new album Rented World only marks another spike in that trend.
Taking Back Sunday have created an incredible work of art with Happiness Is, showcasing their ability to move forward musically without abandoning their signature style.
The Deep End feels like an amalgamation of every current trend in pop and electronic music, but while the album is no doubt entertaining, it leaves you unsure of Itch’s intentions.
Part 1: The Night Ends is the perfect record for driving around with the windows down, and with its huge pop sound, it’s undoubtedly going to be your summer soundtrack.
“We’re all just weird kids in the end” is the mantra pop punk favorites We Are The In Crowd want you to keep on singing – and you definitely will be long after you’ve finished listening to their sophomore album.
With Dan Rose (Daybreaker) and Kevin Geyer (The Story So Far) at the helm, 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.