On their debut album, twentythreenineteen establish a reliable — if derivative — emo pop identity.
Blame Jakob’s ambitious first EP showcases solid indie songwriting but suffers from messy production
Years of quiet concentration pay off on So Totally’s shoegazey debut.
Eat serve six sloppy slices of uncompromisingly freakish punk sounds, establishing a solid stylistic foundation despite spare recording quality.
The Warhawks channel their mixed Jersian rock sensibilities into energetic, bar fight-ready anthems and sweet-hearted ballads alike.
Gait’s inaugural single ebbs and flows with measured execution and moody ambition.
kinda alright’s new EP is a steady release from indie shredders who have experimented deeper and played crazier.
VULTUREPEAK deliver an aggressive installment of blackened punk that signals an antithetically bright future.
Party Muscles meticulously whips up wistful 2000s rock that leaves us longing for “the good ol’ days” of popular indie.
Blame Jakob is a band in transformation, if they can stick the landing.