Sunday, January 24, 2016

Clique by Clique

1. Get By
2. Lil T
3. Fade
4. Pining
5. Crush
6. X
7. Medicine
Tender chord progressions and amazing melodies make up this beautiful release by this PA. band. 
(PA has so many good bands it's dumb). The 8 songs are reminiscent of that slow beautiful twinkly emo that everyone can get behind. Not a single song here is bad, so download it and start jamming, the perfect kind of songs to throw onto a mixtape for that special someone who won't care about you come next June. 
and all the friends you thought were yours 
you know they'll cut your throat in time 
it's one way to get by 

Favorite Track: Sucker

Sunday, January 3, 2016

The Road To West Egg by Terra Alive

The Road To West Egg by Terra Alive
1. Silverado
2.Sunday School
3. Lima Heights
4.Colossal Titan

Do you like experimental math rock? Vocals that sound like that one pop singer you claim to hate but secretly love? Rapping? Well nerds, I have the perfect EP for you! I present The Road To West Egg  by Terra Alive. This EP includes 4 catchy tracks that leave the listener desperate for more from the moment they hear the guitar lead just before the first vocals come in. As the album progresses it's beautiful tones and incredible melodies take over and then before you know it you've listened to the short release over 20 times. One of the coolest things about this release and Terra Alive as a whole is that the vocalist, Andres Aparicio writes and records everything you hear. (vocals,guitar,bass,and drums) Anyways to put it bluntly this is a 10/10 release for me and I genuinely believe it has something for everyone.

Favorite Track: Lima Heights

2015 Demo by BIND

//2015 Demo||Bind\\
1. No Justice
2. Capital Punishment
3. Hands of the Priest
4. American Discipline

     American hardcore is getting more and more heavy as the years go on, but a lot of it seems to be losing the actual anger that tr00 hardcore embodies. The 2015 Demo by Bind combines the new age chug-a -chug-as with the ever loved d-beat, two step, bust it parts that every hardcore release really needs. Not even all the way through the first track and I was hooked and wanting to hear more. This release picks up the energy and never lets go, slaying like no other. I feel like 2015 was a good year for hardcore that isn't transitioning to that "Not beatdown" beatdown metalcore stuff, and this is a release that needs to be checked out. 
"One Nation, Under God, with the Police above the law"
If you like bands like Iron Born, Sold Short, and Vulgar Display, you'll like this release.  
ChEcK iT OuT

Favorite Track: American Discipline