Electricity and an internet connection remain for the time being, so it seems like a good time to dispatch some of the new music we’ve got today…
What a treat, particularly for those of you in New England who will otherwise be busy getting inebriated under several feet of snow for the next few days. Now you can pretend you are doing the exact same thing on a sad, dreamy surfer beach instead.
In all seriousness, this record is everything we could have hoped for and more. Stay tuned for a stupidly glowing review.
It’s a rare and lovely thing when a band’s debut album instantly feels like a punk classic.
I have not minced words. Should that have been a little more subtle and understated? Probably. But it also would have felt criminal to do that. So now that you know how I feel, I’m going to get into just why Suburban Myth is such a huge record.
AND WE’RE BACK with yet another New Music Tuesday. Today’s post is a veritable cornucopia of new LPs including Sick Feeling, Sleater-Kinney, Enter Shikari, The Decemberists, and Fall Out Boy (if you’re feeling brave), plus new tracks from our friends in Title Fight (disclaimer: we unfortunately don’t actually know Title Fight) and Drug Church. See below for a fuck-ton of embedded streams.
I realize it’s been quite a while since we’ve given a New Music Tuesday post to our legions of loyal followers (hah), but it’s a new year and we do what we want anyways. Please see below for some sonic treats including a new video from Title Fight (easily our Most Anticipated new record), a new jam from Purity Ring, and links to stream Turnstile and Sick Feeling’s new LPs.