With Title Card, Leisure Sport has put together a collection of pop-influenced indie rockers that are made to play loud on days in the sun. It’s a record full of good old-fashioned angst buoyed by just the right amount of bright guitar hooks and snappy drum beats to make it a fun summer listen.
There’s no doubt that To Remind Me of Home is designed to catch your attention with its solid pop music hooks and smooth vocals. However, Gatlin makes it special by tackling relatable issues through personal, honest songwriting.
Alex McArtor’s Welcome to the Wasteland EP is full of grand orchestral visions and enthralling lyrical hooks—combined with a nuanced complexity that makes it feel fresh on each listen. It’s an album rich in vocal power and genre-bending sound.
With “In Standard Definition,” Art d’Ecco questions modern pop culture through catchy, throwback, glam rock jams. Many of the tracks are simply infectious: loaded with guitar fuzz, creative exploitation of synth, and downright dance-worthy beats.
With Grecian Urn, L.A. post-punk rock band Adult Books gives us a record that’s brooding yet unoppressive in its angst.
We’ve all had that moment: shuffling through a bunch of new music and clicking through a bunch of stylistic clones. Then something catches your attention,