Following their debut "Weird Date" 7"EP and a couple of successful tours, the band presents their anxiously awaited full-length. Acid Fast ( w/ members of BIG KIDS ) play scraggly and jangly, melodic and energetic, fuzzy and catchy Bay Area punk that nods to the past, and embraces its future.
Aussitot Mort deliever 2 new songs w/ a total length of almost 17 minutes. This is the most heaviest material until today. They catch the whole energy the band delievered on every live show and its great to see that they have not choosen the patch of post
4/5 of Daitro started a new Band a couple years ago and what we got is Baton Rouge. Baton Rouge play great melodic emo rock mixed w/ raw noisy edge like Unwound meets a little Hot Snakes and Twelve Hour Turn. The new record. Those 9 new songs are even more catchy then on the one before - so it was worth waiting two years. This record has potential to be a...
Slowly churning from an idea among like-minded music mongers to a realistic formality, this kinship between two unique outfits has finally come to fruition. Both trekking from the same school of thought, this split demonstrates how the words "chaotic" and "rhythm" can be used in the same sentence to describe such signature styles.
FINAL CLUB from DENTON, TX feat members of several Denton bands (including Teenage Cool Kids.) Final Club play sneery, melodic indie rock with a tendency to lean on the tremolo bar. Confident and loud. It also reminds me sometimes on Les Savy Fav and othe
GIVE was conceived at the tail end of 2008 and has done very little resting since then. Over the course of extensive touring and releasing two 12”s, a half dozen 7”s plus a cassette, GIVE have proved themselves as a band who are not content to rest either physically or artistically.
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