If “grunge-pop” is a genre, that’s what you could call Auction For the Promise Club’s debut full-length, Silence.
When the world seems to be going backwards, the Canadian singer-songwriter’s EP Electric Love is the new battle cry to keep us marching forward.
Take off those rose-colored glasses that proclaim 2007 was the best ever and wave goodbye to the past, because 2017 ain’t so bad when you’ve got an album like this.
Harry Styles’ debut album is a vulnerable modern narrative contrasted by sounds of the 70s / 80s, ranging from sensual soft to full glam.
In just four tracks the ‘Haze’ EP creates a whole new world to escape into—so shut your eyes, turn your speakers up, and let The King’s Parade take you away.
Eventide was created as a safe space for listeners, and contains a whole plethora of emotions and explorations of good, bad, and the in between—sometimes all in the same evocative indie track.
On the surface Grayscale’s Adornment is a methodical maturation complete with catchy hooks and commanding riffs, but on a deeper level it’s a cathartic release of stories and responses to life that manage to be both personal and universal.
They haven’t even made their live debut yet, but New York pop-punkers Locals Only are already making an impression on our eardrums.