Source Tags & Codes could very well be the most important major label release of the past decade and the years to follow.
Smiles, frowns and tears - that is ( ).
Schleprock’s Propeller is a tightly wound, highly explosive package of up-tempo punk rock seasoned with a good dose of rock and melody.
The fact that most of these kids are in their late teens does add to the wonder and amazement. This amazement sustains throughout Perhaps, I Suppose.
Canada's Grade are quickly becoming one of the most talked about bands in the underground hardcore/emo scene
The great thing about Samiam and the shitty thing about the term “pop-punk” is that you could play the CD to fans of Blink, or Sum, and they would hate it
Listening to The Bouncing Souls' How I Spent My Summer Vacation reminds me of why I got into this music in the first place.
If The Hives are the future of mainstream rock music, we are all going to hell.
Paul Brill’s Halve the Light is brilliant, set to play anywhere with anyone.