Good Charlotte – Generation Rx

December 17, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

2/10 2018 Good Charlotte is a lot like that aging family dog that everyone stills loves, but is clearly slowing down and quite frankly is starting to smell a lot. You’re not going to have […]

Zeroth Ones - Are Always Watching

Zeroth Ones – Are Always Watching

December 14, 2018 Dominic Abate 0

4/10 Zeroth Ones are a three-piece instrumental outfit hailing from Columbus, Ohio and probably a bunch of science nerds. Don’t get me wrong, I say that with the utmost respect. I’m just going based on […]

Mr. Lisp - Get Our Minds Right

Mr. Lisp – Get Our Minds Right

December 4, 2018 Jason Greenberg 0

7.5/10 Simplicity is a thing I truly and wholeheartedly believe will revel in from time to time. Like a pig in shit, I absolutely love not having to dissect something like a fucking neurosurgeon. Such […]


Dr.Doak – It’s Time to Leave

November 20, 2018 Ben Cornel 0

5/10 The classic glass half empty, or glass half full; you’re going to have to tell me on Dr Doak’s release, It’s Time To Leave. It’s an ambiguous mix of pop punk, grunge, and rock; and […]

Amber Lamps - On the Lamb

Amber Lamps – On the Lamb

November 9, 2018 Justin Bruce 0

6/10  On the Lamb is the latest release from New York punk band Amber Lamps. A combination of old-school pop-punk and bluesy rock, the EP is a catchy enough listen but did little to wow […]

Like Pacific - In Spite of Me

Like Pacific – In Spite of Me  

October 19, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

7.3/10 The sophomore release from Toronto-based Like Pacific has the band picking up right where they left off on their 2016 debut Distant Like You Asked. Another installment of anthemic, emo pop-punk tunes that’ll keep your heart […]

Chaneys - Legacy

Chaneys – Legacy 

October 18, 2018 Lee Ferguson 0

8.5/10 Chaneys! You had me the moment I saw your drummers name was Dildo! I didn’t even have to listen to this six-track EP Legacy (released July 20th 2018) to know exactly what I was in […]


My Own Co-Pilot – Textures EP

October 15, 2018 Max Morin 0

8.5/10 Debut EP’s are always important. They give the first taste of a new project, one that will either be looked back on as a glimpse of potential or an embarrassing early attempt. Of course, […]


Some Antics – Not Very Fun at Parties

October 11, 2018 Syd Ghan 0

7.5/10 Ah, pop punk. Somehow it has endured through its relatively brief but still respectable tenure among other spikey-haired subgenres, never quite becoming the most popular, but never disappearing either. To their credit, while Not […]