Aptly titled Garage Days, Avenue’s EP is a your average pop punk fare, but with a twist: the usual bass and electric guitar are replaced with a rawer-sounding acoustic guitar (strummed to its core) and basic drums. Though this sounds amateur-ish, it’s part of the EP’s charm.Read More
The wait is finally over for Deadwall fans as the band’s second release, Bukimi no Tani, is up for grabs.
The UK, Leeds group formed in early 2012, where they released their first EP but later disbanded. After regrouping, the four-piece crew returns to the music scene with a fresh set of songs that, as they put it, “treads that well worn line of beauty and brutality.”Read More
Get lost on some stellar, layered melodies with Heaps n Heaps‘ Dancing on the Moon. Released last 13 November, this collection features four tracks for easy listening.
Heaps n Heaps is lead by the duo of Alisa from Australia, Sydney and Zach from Salt Lake City, Utah. The group is currently based in Los Angeles, chasing their musical dream.Read More
When was the last time you listened to a simple pop-rock record?
Amidst a musical landscape that has acts continuously trying to sound sophisticated, Jonathan Jones keeps things fairly basic and straightforward. He culls inspiration from the late 00′s big names (Coldplay, The Fray, and Jimmy Eat World) to create music that’s as radio-friendly as its easily likeable.Read More