Introducing: Big Pop

Big Pop is a diverse Akron, Ohio supergroup who are music-obsessed perma-children that have an itch to push modern music to a new level. Started as a remote side project during 2020’s pandemic by Corey Jenkins and Jeri Sapronetti. They started sending demos back and forth, and when Jeri broke her foot skateboarding after visitingContinue reading “Introducing: Big Pop”

Miss Fortune Recruits Bradley Walden of Emarosa On New Single

Miss Fortune has just released their latest single “All The White Lies in The World” featuring vocalist Bradley Walden of Emarosa. Lyrically, The track tackles the world issues we’re facing today, with lines such as “If ever there’s a time that makes you wonder about the world we’re living in” driving the narrative home. “In a worldContinue reading “Miss Fortune Recruits Bradley Walden of Emarosa On New Single”

Check Out This Zombie Comic Book Video for Jamie Stoffa’s Metalcore “Day 52”

Jamie Stoffa is a genre-bending multi-instrumentalist based out of Washington, D.C. Drawing influence from notable scene bands including Silverstein, From First to Last, and A Day to Remember, he blends pop, rock, and post-hardcore with modern production elements to create a signature sound that is both unique and evocative.  He has just dropped his latest single,Continue reading “Check Out This Zombie Comic Book Video for Jamie Stoffa’s Metalcore “Day 52””

Introducing: Two Man Advantage

Together for more than 20 years, Two Man Advantage is the world’s premier hockey punk band. Known widely for their explosive live performances, the band has been featured in some of the country’s most high-profile media outlets: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, ESPN, and their music has beenContinue reading “Introducing: Two Man Advantage”

Introducing: Generation Underground

Generation Underground is a hard rock band from Central New Jersey. They are winners of Academia’s Best Rock Song of February 2020 for their song “Y.” They’ve shared the stage with bands and artists such as Attila, Chelsea Grin, Escape The Fate, Lorna Shore, Slaughter To Prevail, Cattle Decapitation, Danny Worsnop of Asking Alexandria, Carnifex,Continue reading “Introducing: Generation Underground”

Introducing: The Typical Johnsons

A little bit of Rock N Roll, a little bit of old time Country Music, mix in some Punk influence and some Roots Americana music, throw all that into the blender and you have what someone much smarter than the band described as “Dirty Northern Folk Rock”.  The music of The Typical Johnsons leans inContinue reading “Introducing: The Typical Johnsons”

Introducing: Katie O’Malley

With a voice that pours with emotion and fills a venue, Katie O’Malley and her hip-swaying Americana band have played across the UK. Hailing from Manchester and proud northerners, they describe their sound as mix of country, folk, soul & blues. Their 70’s inspired music takes you on a journey of mournful melody to punchy beatsContinue reading “Introducing: Katie O’Malley”

COYOTE MAN Releases Brutal Single & Psychedelic Visualizer for Instrumental “Reaches of the Universe” off of New EP, ‘Relics’!

Chicago based, Progressive Instrumental Rock band COYOTE MAN has released a psychedelic inspired visualizer for their new single, “Reaches of the Universe.” Created by Chuck Clybourne from Sacred Ape Designs utilizing the EP cover art by Craig Horky, “Reaches of the Universe” is the trio’s savage, guitar driven first track off of their newly released EP, Relics. “‘Reaches of the Universe” is ourContinue reading “COYOTE MAN Releases Brutal Single & Psychedelic Visualizer for Instrumental “Reaches of the Universe” off of New EP, ‘Relics’!”

Introducing: Emma And The Fragments

Emma and the Fragments are a female-fronted indie rock band based in East London. Emma on lead vocals, Donn on guitar, Jonny on bass and Jon on drums. Emma and the Fragments have made a name for themselves with their hard-edged indie rock, first heard on their 2018 EP Sanity and now in their latestContinue reading “Introducing: Emma And The Fragments”

Introducing: College Radio

Hailing from the Gloomy Emerald City of Seattle, College Radio have made a name for themselves with catchy choruses, hard-charging drums, and soaring harmonies. They combine classic old-school pop punk with an unexpected alternative twist, while making songs that are fresh, but instantly familiar. With the release of their new EP “I Used To GetContinue reading “Introducing: College Radio”