The Six Sevens Sing about the Fear of Missing Out on New Record “Watch Your Head”

“…I think our friends at home thought what we were doing was “so cool,” while we also had an itch somedays not to be eating fast food and driving across the vast nothingness of America…” – The Six Sevens Continue reading The Six Sevens Sing about the Fear of Missing Out on New Record “Watch Your Head”

The B.A.R.N. Brings Old School Punk Vibes in New Release

“Heart For Sale” has a highly energetic and charismatic vocal delivery that hooks listeners in from the first note that is sung. The B.A.R.N., who wrote the epic song, clearly has a gift for making indie-rock music shine. Plus they do it with an old-school punk rock attitude and with great swagger. The B.A.R.N. will be truly loved by fans of The Clash, The Ramones, … Continue reading The B.A.R.N. Brings Old School Punk Vibes in New Release

The Dirty Nil Delivers an Important Message in a Punk Rock Fashion

“I’ve found subtlety to be a vastly overrated quality, best left to cardigan wearing jazz tooters. We here at The Dirty Nil prefer to espouse the truth in all its brash glory and ugliness…I Don’t Want That Phone Call is a love letter to any individual struggling with substances of self destruction. You’re not alone, there’s help out there, friends.” – Luke Bentham   “I … Continue reading The Dirty Nil Delivers an Important Message in a Punk Rock Fashion

Listen to the Dr! Dr Buzzworm Releases Honest Song about the Inability to Fall in Love

If you have never heard of Dr Buzzworm, you are surely missing out! The doctor, AKA Dr Buzzworm (Robert Tapert) just released a rock n’ roll song titled “Never.” The song rings true as a punk rock romantic anthem with emotionally charged lyrics that speak about all the things the singer would never let happen to his romantic interest and fun things he would do … Continue reading Listen to the Dr! Dr Buzzworm Releases Honest Song about the Inability to Fall in Love

Band of the Day: The Split Seconds who Carry the Spirit of Early Punk

D.C. punk rockers The Split Seconds are out with a simple but aesthetically pleasing music video for their single “Everybody’s Wrong.” The video is well done, with great lighting, and lots of interesting looks, and includes shots of the The Split Seconds performing the song with lots of raw emotion. The song “Everybody’s Wrong” is off of The Split Seconds’ recently released sophomore album titled … Continue reading Band of the Day: The Split Seconds who Carry the Spirit of Early Punk

Hey Geronimo Brings Us Techie-Punk

Hey Geronimo, from Australia, are back with their fierce techie-themed-song titled “Working For Google.” From the sound of the song, the band seems to draw influences from early punk bands like The Clash and The Buzzcocks but also adds a flavor of modern pop music to spin things up a little bit. Hey Geronimo clearly has an ear for a proper hook as the vocal … Continue reading Hey Geronimo Brings Us Techie-Punk

5 Awesome Punk Songs on Second to Safety’s Latest EP

Second to Safety is a 4-piece punk band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with a sound that quickly and firmly hooks all who listen in. The young indie band has recently released a 5-song EP titled “Fine” that features lots of great tunes including a very unique song titled “Lines.” The song is extra interesting due to the vocal delivery and melody that takes unexpected turns and … Continue reading 5 Awesome Punk Songs on Second to Safety’s Latest EP

Alabama Rose Sends Us Retro Rock N’ Roll Vibes in “Buffalo”

Alabama Rose is a punk rock artist from Birmingham, Alabama who brings us epic rock n’ roll sounds and feel-good retro vibes on her song “Buffalo.” “Buffalo” is from her recently released EP “Good Times for Bad Girls.” Alabama Rose can catch a crowd off guard with her rebellious vibes and hard hitting vocals that scream rock n’ roll. Perhaps Alabama Rose draws inspiration from … Continue reading Alabama Rose Sends Us Retro Rock N’ Roll Vibes in “Buffalo”

Band of the Day: Small Words / “Darling” is an Explosion of Raw Emotion

“Darling” from Indianapolis-based band Small Words is a charming song with drums that just make you want to rock out and dance around. It starts soft, but quickly builds to a raw intensity that eventually overlaps and creates that sense of “anxiety that makes me ill,” but in a good way. This song taps into feelings that few other songs even manage to reach. The … Continue reading Band of the Day: Small Words / “Darling” is an Explosion of Raw Emotion