Iconic New York City post-punk legends, Bush Tetras, share an unearthed and never heard before version of their 1997 classic, “Mr. Love Song.”
Omni frontman Philip Frobos strips down to the essential ingredients on his debut solo album and its accompanying novel.
On their new split release, EIS veterans Bad History Month and Nyxy Nyx share 10 new tracks that weave through the autumn comedown.
WEATHER’s debut single puts a fresh, freaky spin on melodic digital hardcore.
LOW refined their sonic experimentations to astonishing levels on their masterful new album ‘HEY WHAT’.
With GLOW ON, Baltimore hardcore greats Turnstile release an album full of healing properties and quiet innovation that offers an open invitation to both fans of rock radio and punk tre believers, alike.
Wednesday’s Karly Hartzman explores malaise and depression through the lens of an isolated summer in middle America.
Iconic New York City post-punks Bush Tetras sit down to discuss their new retrospective boxset, their lasting influence and what the future holds for their ever expanding world.
Dylan Walker, singer of Full of Hell, sits down to discuss the evolution of the Pennsylvania groups ever transforming nightmarish sounds, imposter syndrome, their new album and working with your heroes like Japanese noise artist, Merzbow.
Lillie West examines the futility in having an ego and how to erase it while being in connection with your ambitions.