Safe x Sound – Documentary Trailer

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Brian Walker is quite the active and creative person: music with A Day Without Love, the podcast Dreams Not Memes, and now a documentary. In the trailer, Brian states that “When I am vulnerable and authentic, people see that and … Continued

Volk – Atlanta Dog

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“It’s a holy right of passage, fighting apathy…” Nashville Rock n Roll exactly as one would demand and expect! Volk pulls out all the stops here: rhythmic swagger, irreverent lyricism, and some definite catchiness to tie it all together. You … Continued

Fauvely – Beautiful Places

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“Demons like beautiful places. Demons like beautiful places” Sophie Brochu proclaims to the listener, “I never get good news,” but I’ve got some good news, Sophie and bandmates have delivered a wonderful and catchy album. Chicago based, Fauvely welcome listeners … Continued

Lung + SKRT – We Like Each Other

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“We like each other as people, we like each other as bands” It’s hard to write about Lung with any air of objectivity. Their music is a delightful blend of punk, metal, and rock that is swirled up and delivered … Continued

SKRT + Lung – SKRT Side

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This split LP is an Ohio treat. Based in Dayton, SKRT have been playing their dense and energetic punk tunes since 2013. Going from the Lung side to the SKRT side has the feeling of being at a well thought … Continued

Lung + SKRT – Side Lung

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I’m just going to get right to it: listen to this, now if you can! Stop reading and go put this on. Feel free to stop back once you’re done. Oh hey, welcome back! Wasn’t that great? Lung is at … Continued

Cattera – Hunger of the Beast

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I am often suspicious of anything on the internet, on or about the first of April, so when I came across the debut single Hunger of the Beast by NYC metal band Cattera I assumed I would be greeted with … Continued

Local Gems – Cat Midway

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Cat Midway’s self-titled album came out in 2013 via GTG Records. This label and collective has been connected with some midwest favorites like: The Plurals, Narc out the Reds, Fiction Junkies, Scary Women. Tommy from GTG records vaguely knew Cat … Continued

Pure Intruders – No Hard Feelings

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Pure Intruders formed less than a year ago, and they’re off to a wonderful start. They formed during lock-down life and began writing songs remotely. This new e.p. comes after previously releasing three singles. Each of these four songs offers … Continued