Albums

The Forty Nineteens: Spin It

The Forty Nineteens have been around for a while, but not necessarily as The Forty Nineteens. The band is made up of former members of acts like The Leonards and Mary's Danish, who performed throughout Los ...

The Montauk Project: Belly Of The Beast

Playing together since their formation in 2011, the Long Island-based group The Montauk Project finally unleashed their debut full-length, Belly Of The Beast. Highly praised as being an “all-original” rock ...

Glass Wands: Glass Wands

Brooks Tipton has finally stepped forward from contributing quietly behind the keys to bringing to life a refreshingly introspective project, Glass Wands. Throughout the last decade, Tipton has recorded and...

Old Smokey: Wester Easter

The Athens, Georgia-based quintet Old Smokey is one peculiar entity that has only been around for two years. With an experimental sound that heavily incorporates obscure musicianship into the group’s Wester...

Equals: Tracts

Although Equals formed in 2008, the San Antonio-based band took their time releasing any official music, coming out with their debut, self-titled EP in August 2011. The quintet built upon that disc to creat...

Chuck Ragan: Till Midnight

For decades, singer-songwriter Chuck Ragan has been acclaimed as an earnest working class hero for the underground music scene. As leading frontman for the celebrated group Hot Water Music, Ragan has gained...

Pacific Mean Time: Pacific Mean Time

This year, Pacific Mean Time will be releasing their upcoming debut self-titled album. Featuring members from the well-established Portland, Oregon-based group Little Beirut, PMT pick up right where they le...

Overlake: Sighs

Jersey City-based newcomers Overlake are the next act to come out of the North Jersey scene. The trio—which consists of lead vocalist/guitarist Tom Barrett, bassist Lysa Opfer and drummer Scotty Imp—formed ...
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