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No Parents’ Latest Mixes Punk, Comedy, Satire

People have long been saying that punk rock’s best days are dead and gone. Well, those people have obviously never heard of No Parents. If there’s one thing the Los Angeles punk collective knows, it’s how to make good head-banging, ‘70s-style rock music. They seek to drive that point home with their new album Hey […]

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White Lung Popify Slightly in “Paradise”

Starting out in the Vancouver underground scene, White Lung is a three-piece punk rock band that’s been quietly accruing critical acclaim throughout the last decade. With albums and singles that have already earned nods from the likes of Pitchfork, Spin, and Rolling Stone, the band has just dropped their fourth studio record, Paradise. As a […]

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Bones Garage — Small Missteps on Otherwise Strong Debut

Bones Garage recently released their newest album, Massacre/Dance. In general, I found the tunes to be enjoyable, but there was a redundancy to the sound that got old quickly. Bones Garage Combines Surf and Punk Self-described as Indie Surf Punk Rock, Bones Garage is comprised of Ariel Pedatzur on vocals, Eden Atad and Yaniv Bin […]