They haven’t even made their live debut yet, but New York pop-punkers Locals Only are already making an impression on our eardrums.
Back with a new sound, and invoking the Hindu goddess of destruction, Emily Bell set some high expectations with her new Kali EP.
New Jersey-based Wyland dropped their Snake Hill EP last month and it’s everything we want in an alternative rock album.
Making super American pop punk that’ll have you saying #relatable at every turn, the New York musicians just released an album that’ll remind you of summer 2017 for years to come.
Here’s to now, and to nothing else, because The Maine’s Lovely, Little, Lonely is finally here. If they can figure out how to top this one, it’ll be time to crown them the kings of alternative rock.
Mime Game, the new project of Josephine Collective’s Dillon DeVoe, has just repainted the picture of pop rock, and added in some pretty spectacular highlights.
Knox Hamilton haven’t invented the wheel with their debut release, but they’ve made it fly. Not a moment on the album feels rushed, unclear, or unorganized. It’s the quality of work that sets Knox apart from the crowd.
Such A Mess’ new EP ‘Stay Right Where You Are’ stays true to their DIY ethos while giving them the freedom to explore darker sounds and subjects.