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”

STFLR Shares New EP “A Collection of Bad Ideas”

Long Island pop-punk outfit STFLR has dropped their Sophomore EP, A Collection Of Bad Ideas. The 4 track EP features the single “Looking For Answers”, which is the culmination of the EP and one could argue the culmination of this era of the band. “This track was a collaborative effort by the whole band and that teamwork really shinesContinue reading “STFLR Shares New EP “A Collection of Bad Ideas””

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: 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”

Introducing: Loud Love

Bringing the rock ‘n roll genre back to center stage, Philadelphia based rock band Loud Love formed in 2020 during the throes of a global pandemic, only to make a significant splash on the Indie Rock and Punk scenes once the world began to reopen. After partnering with Mission Pro Wrestling as their official music provider andContinue reading “Introducing: Loud Love”

Introducing: 72-74’s

72-74’s has released their new album Damn The Lights, a five song collection of alternative rock the band has dubbed “Junk Rock”.  “Many of main tracks were literally recorded first takes of the ‘creative’ process,” explains Shane Arden (vocal, guitar). “We like to use it all – instruments, loop, sounds, voices, ambiance – mix it all together and boomContinue reading “Introducing: 72-74’s”

Introducing: Promise Game

Lyrically relevant, creatively bound, and harmonically emphasized. Promise Game is a Southern NH “multi-genre” punk rock band, that finds balance between early 2000’s & modern day punk sounds. This group of long-time friends formed what is now known as “PG” in the early months of 2020, and released their debut EP It Won’t Be LongContinue reading “Introducing: Promise Game”

Introducing: Antigone

Decibel-crushing quintet Antigone take cues from modern metal-core, alternative rock, crunchy thrash, and grunge-infused metal to create a truly unique blend of heavy sound. Hailing from Raleigh, North Carolina, Antigone’s sound is defined by haunting vocals from Kris Foell, crunchy guitar layers provided by Dave Noffsinger and Carsten Fuchs, beefy bass riffs laid down byContinue reading “Introducing: Antigone”

Florida Punks CALL IN DEAD Drop Live Track “Fight Of The Bumblebee”

Orlando, Flordia’s Call in Dead have released their latest single, “Fight Of The Bumblebee”. The track is the third and final single taken from their new album DCxPC Live Vol 1. The album was released as a 7″ vinyl split with 2AMature and recorded live in the Danger Room in Orlando, FL and was released on DCxPC Live which is runContinue reading “Florida Punks CALL IN DEAD Drop Live Track “Fight Of The Bumblebee””

Remembering Chester Bennington with Dreams Of Vertigo

Four years ago, the world lost a rock legend and voice for the voiceless, when Chester Bennington died four years ago on July 20th, 2017. Still fresh from the realities of losing Chester, California alternative rock artist Doug Ferguson, who records and performs under the moniker Dreams Of Vertigo, was in the crowd as Bennington’s Linkin Park bandmateContinue reading “Remembering Chester Bennington with Dreams Of Vertigo”