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All Time Low Wake Up Sunshine 2020

Album Review // ALL TIME LOW ‘Wake Up, Sunshine’

Wake Up, Sunshine is fifteen lively and spirited tracks that prove All Time Low are still kicking it as a main player in the pop-punk scene. Back in January when All Time Low began teasing their newest record, Wake Up, Sunshine, with the release of Some Kind

Purity Ring Womb 2020

Album Review // PURITY RING ‘WOMB’

Purity Ring return from a dark hiatus to share a collection of familiar, retro-futuristic sounds and bring forth the seeking of comfort in a world that is already out of our control through their evocative and provocative metaphors. The eerie duo Purity Ring, made up

August Burns Red Guardians 2020

Album Review // AUGUST BURNS RED ‘Guardians’

August Burns Red remind us what metalcore is all about through a new set of blasting bangers. Over the years, August Burns Red constantly and undoubtedly delivered what metalcore fans were wishing for and thus remained a staple band of the genre. Integrating their signature

Winona Oak 2020

WINONA OAK Promises to Write ‘Another Story’ in New Single

In a show of post-breakup strength and enlightenment, Winona Oak fully embraces her breathy indie-pop identity in her latest single, Another Story.   The challenge many young people face in early relationships is idealizing and forgiving negative traits in their partner because of things we were taught


PHOXJAW Announce Debut Album ‘Royal Swan’

Phoxjaw return to serve you an intoxicating cocktail of rock and grunge, with a splash of psychedelic influences with their new single Half House. Bristolian quartet Phoxjaw have announced their debut full-length record, Royal Swan, due for release on 3rd July via Hassle Records. As the

Highly Suspect press shot 2020

HIGHLY SUSPECT Share Music Video for ‘These Days’

Highly Suspect unveil an exaggerated yet relatable picture of what a typical family dinner would look like if everyone unapologetically spoke their minds . These Days is a highly versatile song in the sense that it can be rightfully attributed to any kind of dysfunctional

Christian Lee Hutson 2020

CHRISTIAN LEE HUTSON Shares Video for ‘Talk’

Christian Lee Hutson has unveiled a nostalgic music video for Talk, the second single off his forthcoming album Beginners. California’s sweetheart Christian Lee Hutson is ready to unveil his big plans for 2020 with yet another single and music video release from his forthcoming new