Tag Archives: pop punk

Wild Wing Welcomes Us To The ‘New Future’

A dirge of a bassline flanked with an optimistically melodic guitar picking. Atonal white noise adorned with a countrified twang that seems to ripple into infinity. Acrylic percussive beats that come sliding into an almost free jazz groove and 60’s-style vocal harmonies. Gritty feedback. Effervescent string patterns. Elegant verses sewn straight into the atmospheric backdrop
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CUECLICHE TELLS US TO ‘LOOK AT THE PICTURES’

Back in 2017, Cuecliche released their debut EP One Last Chance. It was a fun slice of pop-punk that had captivating energy pulsing throughout. Even though it was a little rough around the edges, it showcased a band full of potential. Its title track and “Crazy Little Princess” highlighted their talents. Since then, Terry Rytz
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