Eric Slick’s latest EP is a beautiful, overwhelming personal mythology.
Eat serve six sloppy slices of uncompromisingly freakish punk sounds, establishing a solid stylistic foundation despite spare recording quality.
Z by Z attempt to bridge the alternative with the alternative.
Telyscopes’ new album expresses a true sense of artistic identity and expands on it in all directions to excellent results.
The Warhawks channel their mixed Jersian rock sensibilities into energetic, bar fight-ready anthems and sweet-hearted ballads alike.
Tiger Oil explore a strange and fascinating new world on their new “internet folk” album.
Brick Nova’s new helping of Alt & Indie Rock finds them branching out and experimenting with their classic sound.
kinda alright’s new EP is a steady release from indie shredders who have experimented deeper and played crazier.
Savan DePaul’s latest album showcases his ability as an incredible beatmaker, but his ideas can often get lost in themselves.
Tallboy’s debut EP relies on the shoegaze version of urgency and freneticism to connect with the listener.