Joy Again’s August EP further proves that they’re one of Philly’s most exciting, forward thinking bands.
On their debut album, twentythreenineteen establish a reliable — if derivative — emo pop identity.
One moment sensual, another propulsive, Camp Candle have uncovered a particularly evocative brand of summer-affected indie pop on their strongest release to date.
Sheer Mag’s new singles bring the fire – or at least tease its arrival.
Nic Sanderson’s latest EP delivers some catchy and exciting songs, but lacks sonic clarity.
Blame Jakob’s ambitious first EP showcases solid indie songwriting but suffers from messy production
The debut from experimental pop auteur Apatheia Sings is a rich tapestry of texture and psychedelic songwriting.
The ever-powerful punk project Mannequin Pussy reaches new levels of refinement and vulnerability.
Kennedy Shaw’s ‘Girl Almighty’ reclaims and embraces melodrama in an era of apathy and shyness.
A Day Without Love’s latest seems to fulfill its intent – that intent may just be shortsighted.