If you don’t know which way to go, you might want to try heading to the ‘north end’.
Excuse the pun, but rock music never sounded so good without vocals as North End‘s newest release, Cognoscere. As the Latin word for “to know” or “to learn”, the 20-minute EP definitely serves as a solid introduction for the act’s first-time listeners.Read More
Missed your dose of girl groups?
Ready to fill you up is the six-piece band Petty Morals, whose name is derived from a quote by musician Keith Richards.
“We do not share the values of the establishment. We are not old men. We are not worried about petty morals.“
If you’re looking for a mad dose of lo-fi indie rock, Coed is your best bet in the department. Combining a mix of hipster fun along with raucous guitars, droned out drums and mostly indiscernible vocals; the compilation offers exciting dynamics with some much needed funk.Read More
Heaps of college rock not enough for you? Let our distinguished pilots take you to orbit.
Formed during February 2009 in New Jersey, Pilots in Orbit consists of lead singer/guitarist Sal Montalvo, bassist Andy Rivera, drummer Nikko Whitt, and guitarist/backup vocalist Adrian Amador. ‘Did You Grow Up Too Fast?’ is their debut EP effort.Read More