8

The Upswing

Mime Game

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.

7

The Heights

Knox Hamilton

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.

9

Stay Right Where You Are

Such A Mess

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.

7

I Still Hate You EP

The Bottom Line

The Bottom Line is like your favorite comfort food: reliable and enjoyable and just what you need on a dreary winter day.

8

Forever

Figure Eight

In a world of disarray and a political system that’s surely failing us, the first thing this world needs is soul-saving punk rock.

9

Frat Party

Thomas Nicholas Band

Fish From Gone Fishkin gave you his review of Thomas Nicholas Band’s new album ‘Frat Party’ which comes out February 3rd!

9

okay.

As It Is

Following their 2015 debut, Never Happy, Ever After, I initially thought that As It Is might have a tough time with their sophomore release to rival it. But boy, I was proved wrong with okay.

9

Night People

You Me At Six

You Me At Six explore a fresh sound on their latest album, Night People.

7

Facade EP

Dire Bloom

Dire Bloom is a emo/pop-punk band to watch in the next few years,

7

Apostasy

Megosh

Apostasy jumps from fast to slow, genre to genre, style to style, at a moment’s notice—but this is in no way a bad thing.