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 →
Big Smile's “Killdozer” features emotional vulnerability, guttural vocals and a song structure reminiscent of the greatest pop-punk bands of the early 2000s.
“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.
Vancouver pop-punk band Woke Up Waiting have announced their debut EP Better Off This Way, coming out on October 20. Compromised of six songs ranging from party anthems to raw ballads, the EP is a showcase of Woke Up Waiting’s talents as a newly formed band. Woke Up Waiting came together as the result of... Continue Reading →
We Were Kids is the newest EP from Penny Was Right, a pop-punk band from Paris, France. The new EP is six tracks long; all of them with a stellar bass line and a bouncy, poppy sound. The lyrics are melodic and blunt, making We Were Kids a high-energy, highly relatable EP that is certain... Continue Reading →
SKRWD is the new EP from the UK pop-punk band WSTR. The EP comes out on September 4th through No Sleep Records. Listening to it is a little bit like taking a blast to the past. WSTR claims to be a product of the music that they listened to growing up, and it’s obvious. SKRWD... Continue Reading →
The new, self-titled album from The Story So Far is their third album, and the follow up to their 2013 hit What You Don’t See. Within seconds of The Story So Far starting, you’re transported right back into the familiar sounds that have been present throughout many of the band’s albums. Basically, the same overall... Continue Reading →
Earlier today, The Story So Far put up a stream of their new album up on Merch Now. The Story So Far is a pop-punk band from the Bay Area, and their previous What You Don’t See premiered in the top 50 on Billboard 200. The new, self-titled album will be their third studio album,... Continue Reading →
All Time Low have released an electric new song, called "Kids in the Dark." One of the best things about All Time Low is their ability to connect to their fans, and being able to express that feeling of not quite fitting in. At the same time, All Time Low's song still embrace the best things... Continue Reading →