Stream a new two-hour collection of beat-laden experimental ambient excellence out of Oslo, Norway.
Review: Bovice/Hurtpiece, Flatline (Upstate Records, 2020)
Yet more A+ quality metallic hardcore heft from the mighty Upstate Records.
Review: Cruelty of the Heavens, Nothin's Cool (My Name is Jude Records, 2020)
The return of the best band that barely anyone is talking about...
Too Many Voices, “Head and Heart,” from Catch Me If You Can (Division Street Sounds/Not Like You, 2020)
Melodic and emotive hardcore/punk à la "Dag Nasty and H2O in a blender."
Interview: Lament Cityscape Dispenses First-Rate Industrial Excellence With The New Wet
"There are so many fucking ways to feel absolutely nothing at all..."
Review: Onespot, The Difference Between (Self-Released, 2019)
Perfect for any fan of the D.C./Maryland/Dischord Records niche of (post-)hardcore/punk.
Review: Just Ice, Just Ice (Moo Cow Records, 2020)
Groove-suffused metallic hardcore that's an absolute must for fans of early Turnstile, etc.
Silver Chains, “Under All the Light,” from All Hail! (Self-Released, 2019)
Sinewy, post-punk-infused noise rock from Vancouver, Canada.
Interview: Meet Greek “Weird Rock” Outfit Mammock
Propulsive, rhythm section-centric noise rock—and then some...
Chat Pile, “Mask,” from Remove Your Skin Please (Self-Released, 2019)
An atypically interesting and unsettled form of lightly industrialized "sludge-noise" that really leaves a mark.
Magazine Beach, “Trainwreck,” from Sick Day (Self-Released, 2019)
Up-and-coming emo-ish/pop-tinged alt.-rock out of Washington, D.C.
Review: Unreal City, Satyr/Sheol (Subversive Craft/Closed Casket Activities, 2019)
Fans of "holy terror"-styled hardcore can't lose with this one.
Mystery Grab Bag: Episode 12
Blind reactions to Onespot Fringehead, Left Behind, Parallax, Metal Church, and many more!
Think Machine's This Machine Makes Noise is the Most Unique and Interesting Indie Rock Album I've Heard All Year
And, really, it's SO MUCH more than just "indie rock"...
Stream the New Labor Hex EP, Nothing is Real
Boston act returns with more angularly melodic (and memorable) punk-rocked post-hardcore.
Moonflower Could be the Next “Big Deal” Band for Fans of Title Fight, Superheaven, Etc.
Experience the grungepunk/emogaze excellence of new EP, Feel it Too.