Get your fix of catchy punk-fused pop-rock with New York newcomers Playoffs. The band is the work of New York musician Brendan Jones, who left his blues-focused previous band to unleash his punky rock tendencies on the world.
Expect huge intensity with a fusion of melodic atmosphere and raw energy from exciting New York post-hardcore meets metalcore act Anahata.
Prepare yourself to be flattened by a freight train of intense metalcore goodness in the form of Albany, New York, quartet Murder In Rue Morgue.
International duo Scratch are on the verge of releasing their debut album despite their two members living as far apart as physically possible.
Brooklyn, New York City punk pups Lost Dog have honed a raw and funky punk rock sound that is sure to have you yapping along in appreciation.
Long Island-based quartet Whatever We Are are on a mission to break boundaries well beyond just their music.
New York duo Travelers have taken an interesting musical change of direction, moving from seriously riff-heavy rock to more of an electro-rock approach.
Pop on the sound of Long Island punks Suburban Zombie and you’ll be instantly whisked away to the good old days of early 2000s punk rock.
If you’re thinking ‘Dino Skatepark, that’s a pretty damn cool name,’ then you firmly have Bowling For Soup to thank for it – because the pop-punk legends picked it. As … Continue reading Introducing: Dino Skatepark
The New York district of Queens is historically best known musically for producing big-time hip-hop artists, such as 50 Cent and Run-DMC. But now the district has given birth to … Continue reading Introducing: Sylar
New York-based The Haunting‘s dedication to doing things their own way is embodied by their intriguing fusion of post-hardcore meets trap rock meets dubstep meets pop. The quartet of Tom Opiela … Continue reading Introducing: The Haunting
New York punk trio Ronx are taking us on board a time machine back to the good old days of late ’90s and early 2000s punk rock, honing a sound … Continue reading Introducing: Ronx