After spending years building up their reputation and fanbase in the Cincinnati/Dayton music scene, Ohio band Big Smile made their debut on Anchor Eighty Four Records late last month with “Killdozer" - an emotionally raw song jam packed with classic pop-punk flavor. We sat down with Big Smile vocalist Scooter Smith to learn more about... Continue Reading →
Whether Bellamy predicted the future or it's just uncanny coincidence, "Simulation Theory" is a mirror of our 2020 reality.
Big Smile's “Killdozer” features emotional vulnerability, guttural vocals and a song structure reminiscent of the greatest pop-punk bands of the early 2000s.
The song is off the band's upcoming album, "I'll Figure This Out," dropping Sept. 4 via Take This To Hearts Records.
UK-based band Dribble released “Taking Off” at the end of July; a guitar-driven angsty track that perfectly describes the world’s cagey feeling during the pandemic.
“Something For Me” is an inspiring track that echoes influences from early Kelly Clarkson and All Time Low.
A lot of music videos have been released during the pandemic, though none have been as brutally honest as this homemade video from Pinkshift.
"Morning" was created and produced in When’s home, where he tried to find his individual sound outside of the bands and artists he worked with.