The Faim Release New Song, Currently on Tour with Andy Black, Kulick

The Faim is currently on tour and have just released a new song called “Amelie.” The song feels dark yet still contains catchy melodies to pull listeners in. For fans of My Chemical Romance, Bring Me The Horizon, and Panic! At the Disco, The Faim is a band that carries the spirit of pop-punk with a slightly darker feel. The music stays interesting as it … Continue reading The Faim Release New Song, Currently on Tour with Andy Black, Kulick

Figure Eight is Keeping the Long Island Music Scene Alive with “Oyster Days”

Figure Eight is an indie band based on Long Island, New York, a scene typically referred to by music lovers as Strong Island. Long Island’s music scene is notorious for emo and pop-punk music, after bands such as Taking Back Sunday, Bayside and Envy on the Coast all rose to stardom. Figure Eight may just be the next emo band to join the collective to … Continue reading Figure Eight is Keeping the Long Island Music Scene Alive with “Oyster Days”

I Set My Friends on Fire’s O.G. ‘Astral Rejection’ to Get Official Release

In 2011, I Set My Friends on Fire released Astral Rejection – a sweet, grating fusion of crunkcore, extreme metal and emo-pop. It continued what the band pioneered on their 2008 debut to largely negative reviews. What’s not as well known is that there was an original version of Astral Rejection. Epitaph Records shelved it in 2010. But now, the label has decided to release … Continue reading I Set My Friends on Fire’s O.G. ‘Astral Rejection’ to Get Official Release

The Drew Thomson Foundation Drops Fun Indie Rock Song “Break”

 “”On the surface, “Break” is about a relationship, but in a broader sense, it’s about not being afraid of change and the possible consequences that can come from it. We had a lot of fun working with Alex Newport, and I think that comes through in the recording and the rest of the album.” – Drew Thomson Drew Thomson, the Single Mothers frontman, is out … Continue reading The Drew Thomson Foundation Drops Fun Indie Rock Song “Break”

Youth Sector Releases Politically Inspired Banger “Run”

Inspired by the likes of Talking Heads, Ought, The Fall, Devo and Preoccupations, UK-based band Youth Sector, are the latest craze for indie music lovers. Their dark-politically-themed single “Run” is a great snap shot of their unique sound that features a heavy bass guitar, and fun-sounding synthesizers. Sounding a bit like early punk rock and 1980’s pop music, Youth Sector has hit the nail on … Continue reading Youth Sector Releases Politically Inspired Banger “Run”

RTP’s Fresh Tracks to Dig Into | March 2019

Chedda Cheese is out with an island style rap track called “Minor Accomplishments” featuring Keston. The Canadian rapper quickly spits over a feel good track about the little things that make his life worth it. The chorus of the song is extremely catchy featuring the singer Keston who brings a Caribbean feel to the track to further spice things up. The two make an excellent … Continue reading RTP’s Fresh Tracks to Dig Into | March 2019

Keep Score Releases Punk Track about Surviving NYC

“I wrote ‘Metropolitan’ the week I moved to New York City. I was in-between jobs, didn’t know how to navigate the city, and only knew a handful of people. I spent that week hidden away in my empty apartment with my acoustic guitar and extreme anxiety.” – Pete Iannitto  Keep Score is out with a new indie-rock track titled “Metropolitan.” The song could be called … Continue reading Keep Score Releases Punk Track about Surviving NYC

Resident One Could Become Your New Favorite Pop Punk Band

Pop punk band Resident One released their sophomore LP last year titled “Make My Millennium.” One of our favorite songs from this record is called “Fashion Line.” The song features the classic pop punk sounding vocals that come across a bit whiny but are definitely perfectly fitting for this specific genre. The lyrics feel a bit emo, in the best way possible, and transmit a … Continue reading Resident One Could Become Your New Favorite Pop Punk Band

Bony Macaroni Shines with Classic Emo Sound on “France”

“This song is about the summer before I went to college. Me and my friends planned our first big road trip together, and we did a bad job…” – Bony Macaroni Bony Macaroni might have a funny sounding band name but their sound is definitely not funny. This band hailing from The Netherlands, has a classic pop punk and emo sound that quickly becomes contagious … Continue reading Bony Macaroni Shines with Classic Emo Sound on “France”

Death by Horse’s ‘Summer’s Up’ Is Punchy Swedish Pop Punk

Death by Horse’s ‘Summer’s Up’ is a punchy, attitudinal interpretation of pop punk. This is a fun little tune from the Swedish rockers. As many Swedes do, these guys seem to have an affinity for the garage rock genre, but these guys are bringing a poppier, spunkier flavor to that sound. The female-led performance further separates these guys from the crowd. They have a meaningfully … Continue reading Death by Horse’s ‘Summer’s Up’ Is Punchy Swedish Pop Punk