Otoboke Beaver didn't need to go this hard!
Anti-folk vet Jeffrey Lewis delivers wild and passionate renditions of songs from one of New York's most underappreciated musical figures.
UK punk outfit IDLES return with an album that improves on the brutal and politically charged style the band delivered on their debut last year. One of the best punk albums of the decade without question!
Legendary English punk outfit The Damned has released two new singles titled “Look Left” and “Devil in Disguise.” These songs will be featured on Evil Spirits, the band's comeback album following 2008's So, Who’s Paranoid. “Standing on the Edge of Tomorrow” was the first single to be released from the project.
The new songs may not have the same visceral energy of The Damned’s early work, but they have stuck to their punk roots with the themes of protest and sticking it to the man in their lyrics. Evil Spirits is set to be released on April 13; the band will kick off a European tour in support of the LP on May 17 in Frankfurt.
Though there are some bright spots and risks that pay off, Turnstile's sophomore album mostly offers run-of-the-mill New York hardcore with a bit of window dressing.
All at Once boasts Screaming Females' sharpest and catchiest songwriting in a long time.
A very belated review of the latest Pissed Jeans album, which offers a funny and noisy commentary on love in the present-day.