REVIEW: “Pilot” by Hot Mulligan

The Michigan punks Hot Mulligan are back with their debut full-length project, Pilot. In the process, they might have just unleashed one of the best pop punk records of this year. Coming off of their well-received 2017 EP release, Opportunities, the Lansing-based four piece picked up right where they left off with Pilots. It’s an … Continue reading REVIEW: “Pilot” by Hot Mulligan

“Fragile, As Said Before” by Foreign Tongues, Album Review

Fragile, As Said Before is the new album from Foreign Tongues. The album, released through No Sleep Records on July 24th, is filled with bitter sweet sounds mixed in with catchy melodies.  You’re drawn in from the first note to the last by these sensitive, captivating lyrics and thoughtful, visual instrumentals. Every note and every … Continue reading “Fragile, As Said Before” by Foreign Tongues, Album Review

“Me and This Army” by Lee Ellis, Album Review

Me and This Army is the debut album from Portland singer-songwriter Lee Ellis. The album drops tomorrow on June 23rd through No Sleep Records, and is a collection of thirteen songs that are like a mash up of indie, folk, and electro. The way that Me and This Army was recorded gives you the mental … Continue reading “Me and This Army” by Lee Ellis, Album Review

No Sleep Records To Drop Compilation Record, “Summer of the Reaper”

The famous indie label No Sleep Records announced a new complication record, titled Summer of the Reaper. The record will drop on June 9th, and features 23 brand new tracks from artists and bands like In Between, Run Forever, Looming, Foreign Tongue, Waster, and more. No Sleep Records will have a booth at Warped Tour … Continue reading No Sleep Records To Drop Compilation Record, “Summer of the Reaper”