BRNDA with “Five Dollar Shake”

Thanks For Playing is out March 30th, with cassettes by Nashville’s Banana Tapes.

John Maus at The EARL

The multi-faceted and highly energetic synthpop icon John Maus brought his current tour to a sold-out and adoring crowd in Atlanta, playing songs new and old alike.

Born Ruffians with the official music video “Forget Me”

The album Uncle, Duke & The Chief out February 16 on Yep Roc Records

Bundy, “They’ve Left Us”

A Hidden Gem

Metz at The Independent

In support of their third record, “Strange Peace”

Stream Veda Rays’ New EP, Shadow Side

An EP that feels as much as all of the 80’s

Count Vaseline “Tales From The Megaplex”

New musick

Twin Ritual “Hand Through The Mist”

The Self Titled Debut EP to be released in January of 2018

King Krule plays Warsaw

King Krule delivered his third record ‘The Ooz’  (and many more fan favorites) to a sold-out Brooklyn last Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The Kanye and Frank Ocean almost-collaborator howled and sang through jazz infused punk songs fresh off of earning a 9.0 Best New Music nod from Pitchfork, and the crowd soaked every bit of it in.

Metz at 529

Punk at its Finest

Pow! & Poptone at Irving Plaza on 8/5/17

A true work of art.

Stream Pleasure Leftists’ new album, The Woods of Heaven

Out officially on August 21.

Institute, Salt EP

Institute open the experimental flood gates to wash away the constraints of post-punk.

Terry Malts, “Don’t”

Terry’s got the “don’ts” and we’ve got the dos when it comes to the new EP.

Exocomet, “Cyclops”

New single and debut album stream from Brooklyn post-punks.


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