Category Archives: pop-punk
– Transit Keep This To Yourself Rise Records/Run For Cover Records (2011) – In a hypothetical black-and-white world of music and music appreciation, there are two types of musicians. There are the ones that make music because they have to, … Continue reading
– V/A Friends With Benefits Love/Hate Records (2010) – I like Love/Hate Records. They always take interesting chances with records and bands, so this compilation, featuring a ton of songs (including unreleased tracks) from the likes of the grunge-esque but … Continue reading
– So Adult Rookie Raptor’s Delight (2011) – SHOCKING PUNK ROCK CONFESSIONS; I never really liked The Replacements. Besides “Bastards Of Young” (covered by everyone and their mother), their songs just didn’t really do it for me. I point this … Continue reading
Hey, check out this video for “Melrose Diner”, from The Wonder Years‘ latest album The Upsides. It’s kind of fucking awesome.
– Museum Mouth Tears In My Beer self-released (2010) – Great shades of lo-fi, Batman! Poppy female-fronted punk with a dash of danceability thrown in for good measure, Museum Mouth‘s full-length Tears In My Beer is surprisingly refreshing stuff. Despite … Continue reading