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The Dollyrots Release “Explosive” New Album

Pop punk band The Dollyrots have just released a new album titled “Daydream Explosion.” Filled with an upbeat tempo and so much flavor, The Dollyrots are capturing the hearts (and ears) of many with their new tracks. “Daydream Explosion” has rightfully debuted on three billboard charts; #7 on Heatseekers, #3 on Independent Albums and #98 […]

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Crows Approach Punk with Silver Tongues in Debut LP

Home to a countless number of legendary musicians both past and present, the United Kingdom has long been an influential frontrunner on the hardcore music scene. The emergence of punk rock in the ‘70s is perhaps one of the most notable genres embraced by the UK. Rapidly becoming a cultural movement of its own, the […]

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It’s Not “Hard to Love” Latest EP by Too Close To Touch

Get ready to break out the black clothes and draw on dark eyeliner because the age of angst is among us yet again! Whether you’re the current embodiment of emo or have left your days of brooding behind, it’s fairly safe to say that almost all of us have personified punk at some point in […]

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Johnny & the Bootlegs Create a Blues-Punk Hit

In a blend of blues rock and punk, Johnny & the Bootlegs released their new single “Thrift Shop.” The track is the second single from their upcoming EP, NYC Rags. The band is based out of NYC and focus their attitude and sound around the crawling night life of New York. The single itself refers to […]

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Thunderpussy Releases Their Epic Theme Song

Thunderpussy is high energy and in your face, and they’re giving it all they have in their new self-titled track. It comes ahead of their debut full-length album, the highly anticipated Thunderpussy.    What better way to get things rolling than with an unapologetically bold and exciting anthem for a single?   Thunderpussy comes from Seattle, […]

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Interview

Exclusive Interview: The Tracys Talk All Things ‘Humdinger’

A punk band that sounds straight out of CBGBs with a 2018 flair is exactly how to describe The Tracys sound. With gritty guitar riffs and quick pounding tracks that are reminiscent of The Ramones, The Traceys showcase this perfectly on their latest album Humdinger, out last Friday.   The Tracys sat down with IBG to […]

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Long-Lasting Guided By Voices Releases Energetic New Record “Space Gun”

Guided By Voices is back again, soon releasing their singular epic album of 2018. Space Gun is the third album of the band’s second reunion, and it’s astoundingly songwriter Robert Pollard’s 102nd record ever.   You might wonder how someone can singlehandedly come up with enough unique material to make up over a hundred records, but Space Gun is energized and […]

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Canshaker Pi Wants To ‘Put a Record Out’

“Powerfully crafted, highly intelligent indie rock” –CLASH That’s Canshaker Pi, a four member group from Amsterdam that has a punk flair in a heavy rock sound. Already established as one of the most energetic and exciting bands in Holland, they’re breaking into the US scene with a stint at SXSW.   Their songs are full […]