Homestand is a pop punk band that has been roughing it out in the local scene for a few years now and with every release they progressively get better and better. This is their new single from their upcoming LP. Definitely some 90’s emo vibes on this track.
Short, Fast, Folky, and emotional. You’ll like it, I promise.
Rock n Roll in it’s purest form. Fuck Yeah
Side one is jawbreaking lofi crusty hardcore punk while side 2 is well produced emo pop punk. Smash your head and then relax to some emotional jams!
Ex TV Ghost member, Jackson VanHorn pushes the boundaries of modern day post-punk. This EP is dark and depressive but equally beautiful and bittersweet. Everything about this EP pulls at your heart and mind. The first two tracks are what you’d expect stylistically from a post-punk song but after multiple listens, all the layers are revealed making them so much more. The last two tracks have a Death in June vibe. My favorite track is dissolution but all the tracks are brilliant. Go give it a listen.
Best songs from both bands yet. This split EP hits hard. The harmonies on the Death of Self tracks are interesting and Bad Timing is making Ska great again!
Emo/Pop Punkers, Tigers Jaw, are back at it again with a new song from their upcoming LP. If you don’t know who Tigers Jaw is, they have been around for awhile now and they have put out numerous albums and splits. Tigers Jaw somehow find the balance of fun pop punk music and depressing emo music in their songs. This new track is no exception. Guardian is what you would expect coming from Tigers Jaw, but this isn’t a negative. The song draws you in and keeps you invested. Lyrically, Tigers Jaw is at their best. “Burn a candle to my skin / Turn the handle, let me in / I cannot be your medicine anymore.” This Track should make every Tigers Jaw fan excited for the new LP.
Latest release from Winter Mixtape released by Slipmat Records. Lofi depressing jams.
Aggressive garage rock in the veins of Ty Segall and the Gories. This solo artist has taken the Chicago scene by storm playing shows all over the suburbs and the city. Buy his debut 7″ here: slovenly.com/store/dead-drugs-pillow-talk-7-green-vinyl.html