OLD CURRENTS RELEASE SECOND SINGLE, “NO SIGNS OF LIFE,” FROM THEIR UPCOMING ALBUM, “THE GLORY, TH...
Watch the “No Signs of Life” Music Video HERE Stream “No Signs of Life” on Spotify HERE GLEN ROCK, NJ | JANUARY 28, 2022: Today Old Currents release another track, “No Signs of Life,” from their upcoming album The Glory, The Defeat. This is the second single off their full-length album, which is set to […]
INTERVIEW: NC17 talk about their Debut EP “Nasty Habits”
We got Ana Scandalis to interview POC female-fronted punk rock band, NC17, who just dropped their debut EP, Nasty Habits, on January 21st of this 2022. Ana: First, thanks so much for letting me interview you, Ryno. (Ryno is the bass player of the four-piece bubblegum punk rock band, NC17. They recently released their debut EP, Nasty […]
Less Than Expected – This Machine Kills Scenes…
A review of Less Than Expected‘s album, “This Machine Kills Scenes”.By Sam Hathy I have the unique privilege of seeing the evolution of a band’s sound from hearing their demos to be followed by the creation of the album polished up and mixed in a chaotic fragmentary way that seems to take lessons from postmodern […]
SUCKERPUNCH BURST INTO THE PUNK SCENE WITH DEBUT SINGLE “HOPE LIKE HELL”
MONTCLAIR, NJ | NOVEMBER 18, 2021: Tomorrow Suckerpunch delivers a bold first impression as they blaze a new trail in the punk scene combining nostalgic influence and modern perspectives on their new single “Hope Like Hell.” This group of unstoppable best friends is building their brand with distinct authenticity and vivaciousness. Upon first listen, the […]
Low Morale’s “Making You Better Feeling” is out now!
Cleveland melodic punk rock outfit Low Morale’s album “Making You Better Feeling” is streaming everywhere and features 8 tracks of melodic, emo-tinged punk rock that’s as catchy as it is cathartic. Vocalist Justin Vaughn and guitarist Steve Sherman formerly shared bills with acts like The Falcon, Iron Chic, Off With Their Heads, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, […]
TRACK BY TRACK: Debt Neglector – Dirty Water
By: Tori Kravitz Debt Neglector’s highly anticipated full-length album “Dirty Water” seems like a surface level punk album at first glance, but think again. Underneath the punky exterior lies a cavern of societal reflection and brutally honest personal reflection in a carefully balanced track list. It’s heartbreaking, revelatory, empowering, reflective, and passionate – all wrapped […]
Art Memo – Bad Brains
By Dyonna Wilkerson Interacting with punk music has always been an interesting terrain for me. As a black woman from the south, navigating through the punk scene through online forums and in person concerts was a tricky thing, something that required a lot of tenacity and critical thinking. Being told for years during this time […]
Pretty Damn Punk: How the Ramones Inspired the Punk Movement and Me!
by Carly Civello Despite their fame in the late twentieth century, the four members of the Ra mones weren’t great musicians— when they formed the band, they were still learning how to play their instruments. As a result, their music wasn’t complex, but their striking outfits and carefree DIY spirit set the tone for the […]