Meet the duo that are taking over the alternative scene one glitched-out, catchy chorus at a time. This month, poptropicaslutz! dropped their highly-anticipated debut album Face For The Radio via Epitaph Records and it is loaded with hits from start to finish. After dropping a slew of exciting singles this year including popular tracks “Catastrophe” featuring Magnolia Park, “Upside Down“, and “What Would You Do To Get Ahead(line)?“, the record’s B-sides are just as great. “Wind Back” and “Sierra Echo X-Ray” for example, are totally stand-out tracks. The group explore many genres across the record, including nods to early 2000’s… Read more »
If you want to relive your MySpace era, poptropicaslutz! is the duo for you. Blending their passion for early 2000s emo, SoundCloud rap, and the stylistic autotune of Hellogoodbye, Christian Cicilia and Nick Crawford are back at it again with their new single, “True Colors.” Marking the third single off of their upcoming debut album Face For The Radio, poptropicaslutz! highlights their sonic maturity through textured production and suave lyrics. Possessing the charm and sexiness of 2010s bands like The Cab, “True Colors” shows off what the duo does best: writing complex and dynamic pop songs best visualized as colorful… Read more »
Alt-pop duo, poptropicaslutz! are back again with another heater of a track. “Upside Down” comes as the second single from their upcoming debut album Face For The Radio due out October 5th via Epitaph Records. Following “What Would You Do To Get Ahead(line)?“, the new track is a little more digestible to a larger audience. It has an incredibly catchy chorus, something poptropicaslutz! is iconic for. They teamed up with merging hip-hop artist, PmBata to feature on the track. Courtney Ballard and KodeBlooded collaborated on the production of the new single. Speaking on the new track and their upcoming album,… Read more »
poptropicaslutz! and aldrch have joined forces to release their brand new collaborative EP Gossip Team today via Epitaph Records.
A band formed during the pandemic, poptropicaslutz! came onto the scene fast and hard. Quick after their inception, the duo signed to Epitaph Records in the summer of 2020 and began releasing music at a rapid rate. poptropicaslutz! is a genre-surfing hyperpunk band at their core, but both draw considerable inspiration from a variety of genres and decades. They showcase their glitched-out, auto-tuned melodies with the feel of 2010’s SoundCloud Rap, Myspace era indie pop and over-produced alternative rock. Today the group has announced a lengthy US tour with support from Chloe Lilac, Sophie Powers and DJ aldrch. The tour… Read more »
We are itching to get our hands on the new split EP, gossip team, from poptropicaslutz! & aldrch. We have four new songs to look forward to, and luckily for us, they’ve dropped a single to hold us over. It’s called “ready, set, go” and will have you ready to skip Spring altogether and dive straight into Summer. poptropicaslutz!’s Nick Crawford said: “It’ll be the theme for your summer fling. It’s nostalgic for the early days of pts! & aldrch, but also incorporates everything we’ve learned since then.‘ready set go’ is about being ready for the next chapter, so it’s… Read more »
The Inbox Jukebox brings you fresh new tunes and bands. This week features tracks from Bea Miller, Julia Wolf, poptropicaslutz!, Valley, JESSIA, Jessie Murph, and Dreamer Isioma.
The Inbox Jukebox brings you fresh new tunes and bands. This week features tracks from Jonah Kagen, poptropicaslutz! x Magnolia Park, half•alive, plxntkid, and We’re Wolves.
poptropicaslutz!’s new single “bittersweet teeth” is a stomper that takes you on an emotional journey at breakneck speed.
Just because we’re entering the winter holiday season doesn’t mean you can’t keep the spirit of Halloween alive. Magnolia Park is continuing on with their spooky vibes with the release of their “Fell In Love On Halloween” music video via Epitaph Records. The bittersweet music video perfectly complements the acoustic emo track, which draws parallels between The Nightmare Before Christmas‘ Jack and Sally with the song’s protagonists. “I was dressed up like Jack/Should’ve known this won’t last/Every good thing comes and goes, at least I took my chance,” frontman Joshua Roberts sings. Check out the full “Fell In Love On… Read more »