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Cuecliche take it to a new level with ‘The Cliche EP’

Cuecliche returns with another slice of pop-punk goodness with their new EP. They have come a long way since Terry Rytz (bass, vocals) had the idea of forming the band as inspiration hit him after seeing an acoustic gig by Blink 182. Long story short, he added Jake Leigh (guitars, vocals) and Jason Sayer (Drums) […]

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Title Holder debut EP tells us about a ‘Story of My Life’

Since Title Holder released their debut, “Animal”, they have been busy delivering more impressive singles. Each one confirms why they have been catching people’s attention with their infectious blend of pop-punk and ska. Now, Matt Sullivan (Vocals / Guitar), Andrew Nicolae (Lead Guitar/Vocals), Chayse Schutter (Drums), Joey D’Alessio (Bass), John James Ryan (Saxophone), and Dave […]

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Ninebanks Remember Some Good Times With ‘Little Silver’

Ninebanks may have only formed in early 2021, but they are showing signs they are a band to watch. Last year they released their debut single “Innocent”. Its infectious pop-punk energy made people pay attention and jump around like crazy. A sound influenced by the days of skateboarding and playing Tony Hawks. When hearing the […]

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Crown The King Come Out Swinging With Their Debut EP ‘Groundhog Day’

Crown The King burst onto the scene with their single “Gone Too Fast”. With it, they showcased an energetic pop-punk vibe with hooks that made you sing along. It established the band as one to watch. Since then, Dan Gannon (vocals), Seán Hodson (guitar), Alan Shiels (guitar), Eanna Brown (bass), and Jamie Doran (drums) have […]

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Protect Your Heart Deliver Some Pop-Punk Goodness With ‘Last To Love You’

The journey of Protect Your Heart began three years ago during a weekend away to the Vans Warped Tour final. Jake Bratrude (lead guitar), Anthony Palazzole (bass), and Kean Bartelman (rhythm guitar) decided they would use their talents and experience from other projects to create their own band. They originally planned to begin work on […]

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Go Back To “This December” With Ghost Town Remedy

The holidays and winter season are a difficult time for many and can cause some major seasonal depression. With the current situation that the world is in, it’s safe to say that we have all experienced some form of seasonal depression this past holiday season.  If this past holiday season left you with a case […]

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Title Holder bring the ska party with ‘Hanging by a Thread’

A good thing to come out of the pandemic is the band Title Holder. Matt Sullivan (Vocals / Guitar) always wanted to put together a ska-pop-punk band. He already had Chayse Schutter (Drums), Andrew Nicolae (Lead Guitar), and Joey D’Alessio (Bass) as members. But he was missing some horn players to complete the ska vibe. […]

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Caroline Romano’s New Style Isn’t Just “The Hypothetical”

Nashville based alt-pop artist Caroline Romano has been writing clever modern pop for several years. Her most recent single “The Hypothetical” continues to take her music in a new direction. While her previous single “PDA of the Mainstream” started this change towards a pop-punk sound in her music, “The Hypothetical” definitely cements it, evoking many […]