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Cautioners stream new song, announce album details

New York’s Cautioners, one of our Artists to Watch in 2015, are streaming the new song “Spineless” from their upcoming debut full length, ‘Dead Ends’. The new album was produced with Will Yip, and id due out March 24th.


Movements Start A ‘RUCKUS!’ On New Album

Hailing from Southern California, the melodic post-hardcore band, Movements is experimenting in ways they never have before. Their brand new album RUCKUS! dropped today, catapulting them towards new heights. The record explores fresh sounds and themes, showcasing the band’s ability to grow and change with every lyric and sonic choice. A group known for their emotional delivery of gut-wrenching and thought-provoking music, they impressively expand their approach on this album. Movements dropped several singles leading up to the record, including “Tightrope“, “Lead Pipe“, “Killing Time“, “Fail You“, and “Heaven Sent“. All five singles were beautifully intrinsic in their own right,… Read more »


Wayside Deliver Double Single “Parallax Error” & “Asymmetry”

Wayside have shared a mesmerizing double single today with “Parallax Error” and “Asymmetry“. The rock duo teamed up with Grammy nominated producer, Will Yip to produce this pair of beautiful songs. Yip is no stranger to finding the most unique and talented bands on the rise and helping them craft their sound to its greatest potential. He has worked with artists like Title Fight, Code Orange, Movements, and La Dispute. Wayside is the perfect new prospect for this echelon of production. They have created songs that feel ethereal because of their ability to blend soft shoegaze and intense post-hardcore. The… Read more »

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