Suffolk quartet Back To The Point describe their sound as taking 90s pop-punk and dropping it into the modern music world. It offers nostalgia to those of us who grew up with the classic punk bands accompanied by an element of something new.
Energetic, angsty pop-punk in all its finery is coming your way with the launch of Perth punks Nautical Mile’s debut album tomorrow (25 October).
Expect the unexpected with Arizona band After The Calm, whose fusion of pop-punk, rock and post-hardcore conjures up something different from track to track.
Surprise by location, surprise by sound. Surprise, Arizona, quartet Holmstrum fuse pop-punk and alt-rock with elements of metalcore and overtly emo lyrics to form a fascinatingly diverse sound that varies from track to track.
Angsty pop-punk with bags of energy has seen Melbourne band Agamas build a strong following not just at home but in the Asian market.
What better way to welcome in the weekend than upbeat, feel-good, happy-go-lucky pop-punk? And that’s exactly what we get from Baltimore-based quartet Kings of the Wild Things. Inspired by all … Continue reading Discover This: Kings of the Wild Things
Having started his musical career in several metal bands, the recording process fuelled Timmy Nawman’s passion for recording his own more punky, pop-punk, alternative rock flavoured brand of music.
Lyon solo artist Romain Ughetto is undergoing somewhat of a shift in style with his focus on catchy pop-punk.
We don’t meet too many solo artists who have a punk-rock vibe, so we were excited to discover Texan singer-songwriter Adam Elara. Adam represents everything that’s good about being a … Continue reading Discover This: Adam Elara
Brighten up your weekend with the pop-punk sound of Norwegian band Beach of Diamonds.
Czech Republic rockers Goofy Cow are an intriguing bunch. Not only do they have an awesome band name, they’ve also pledged to make every song different in song and style – which owes much to their combined punk, metal and pop roots.
We’re going to chance our arm here and guess that you’ve not heard of too many German punk-rock bands, and almost certainly none as good as Munich five-piece Things That Need To Be Fixed.