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Introducing: Upchuck

Introducing: Upchuck

Introducing: Upchuck For Fans Of: Amyl and The Sniffers / The OBGMs / Bad Waitress Whenever fuzz meets signature punk drum fills, you know you’re going to have a good time and at the intersection of that sweet punk noise and controlled chaos, you’ll find Upchuck....

Introducing: joyful.

Introducing: joyful.

Introducing: joyful. For Fans Of: All Time Low / Mayday Parade / The Wonder Years If you spent 2007 getting emotional over Mayday Parade’s ‘Miserable at Best’ and putting ‘Dear Maria, Count Me In’ on repeat, then you’re likely to fall in love with joyful. Carrying a...

Introducing: Raiders

Introducing: Raiders

Introducing: Raiders For Fans Of: The Blackout / Everytime I Die / Beartooth Following on from an incendiary 2019, which included their debut single ‘wasting away’ and live performances supporting Funeral For A Friend at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire and Cardiff Uni,...

Introducing: Foreign Bodies

Introducing: Foreign Bodies

Introducing: Foreign Bodies For Fans Of: Circa Survive / Black Foxxes / Balance & Composure With only three songs to their name, Foreign Bodies are attesting to the old equation of quality > quantity. The band, who have only been together for over a year and...

Introducing: Pom Pom Squad

Introducing: Pom Pom Squad

Introducing: Pom Pom Squad What Mia Berrin has created with Pom Pom Squad is self-proclaimed quiet grrrl punk that, as FADER stated, is “a cute descriptor that doesn't reveal nearly enough about the multitudes contained within.” It’s complex and intense and, more than...

Introducing: The Ones You Forgot

Introducing: The Ones You Forgot

Introducing:The Ones You Forgot Having toured with the likes of Sleeping With Sirens, We The Kings, Boys Like Girls, New Jersey’s The Ones You Forgot have been consistently killing it with the summery vibes of their pop punk tracks. We chat to them about their recent...

Introducing: Wilmette

Introducing: Wilmette

Introducing: Wilmette Wilmette was brought to life in Illinois a little under two years ago, creating a sound, although pop punk, bordering on something a little harder that could easily put them in the ranks of A Day To Remember and Four Year Strong. Now, with their...

Introducing: Happy.

Introducing: Happy.

Introducing: Happy.With their brand new album on the horizon, Happy. are embracing their vulnerability on a whole different level, creating what is, according to vocalist/guitarist Tate Logan, their most personal material to date. In a candid interview, we chat about...

Introducing: City Windows

Introducing: City Windows

Introducing: City WindowsReminiscent of Strike Anywhere and Rise Against, San Diego-based City Windows are attacking punk rock with vigour and adding their unique touch to it along the way. With their debut EP out in the world, we chat to drummer Aaron Weislogel about...

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