CopyCats “Miss The Strange” 7″

Little here in the U.S. is known about Spain’s CopyCats. Other than the CopyCats are Europe’s second best pop-punk band after Italy’s the Manges. This four track 7 inch slab of wax encompasses catchy as hell pop-punk songs. Top tracks are Generation Stroll and Miss The Strange. Fans of the Ramones, Buzzcocks or the Jam will really dig the CopyCats. […]

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Sonic Graffiti “Friendly Unit Creation Kit”

Rock band Sonic Graffiti hails from St. Petersburg, Florida. They’re probably Florida’s most anti-hipster rock band who still accidentally look like hipsters. Make no mistake though, Sonic Graffiti are no hipsters. For jam sessions, harmonicas and mandolins are not in a hipsters arsenal. Friendly Unit Creation Kit is a powerful entry into rock n’ roll. These guys get it. One listen to this […]

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Sir Astro “kUSH x cOcO”

Sir Astro’s kUSH x cOcO aesthetics scream Miami, literally and figuratively. Shitty photoshop art, songs about coco puffs, tight beats and images of celebrities filtered with neon hues. I’d like to compare this release from Sir Astro to Das Racist and in a lot of ways he is very much like Das Racist but this reminds me way more of Kool […]

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Male Bondage “Love Moon”

Indianapolis band Male Bondage says their music is “Like Karp and Fugazi making out.” That’s a ballsy claim to be throwing around. But I’d have to say these dudes nailed it in the comparison department. I’d also say they’re definitely more Karp than Fugazi. I can only imagine that Male Bondage live must be quite a sight. These dudes bring the […]

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Rackets “Separator”

There’s a new party in the southwest Pacific ocean and that party is a band called Rackets. They hail from New Zealand and they’ll melt your face off. They remind me of fun 90’s band Polaris (yeah from Pete and Pete) but with more balls and less Spin Doctory vocals. Rackets has just released a single called Separator along with b-side Machete. […]

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