Written by Buck Rogets Cover photo by Edy Garcia For about half a decade now, the bastard punks in UGLYBoNES have brought punk to the modern age. The group couples high fidelity recording with a new abrasive touch from all fronts. Vocalist Lev practically punches you in your ears with a beautiful screeching yell. The guitars, in every iteration of lineup, have always been exciting … Continue reading UGLYBoNES releases third full-length record, SUNSHINE
Buck Rogers Contributing Writer The boys in Totally Cashed are back with their second attempt at a debut. After having issues with Punk Rock Emergency, the crew regrouped and came together to record a true debut album of driving rock tunes that don’t quite reinvent rock music, but let me tell you, they sure don’t have to. The record does a decent job at not … Continue reading Totally Cashed releases sophomore LP, BABELAND!
This thing needs to be shared around. It’s not for everybody, but people who find this and enjoy it will have found a rainbow fish in a sea of really boring-ass rock music. Continue reading tokyo’s april(s)in blends spastic rock with skramz influences
Local punks bring punchy, high production value to the people…and they have a lot to say. By Rob Halloran Contributing Writer Edited by Nikki Roberts This past winter, we collaborated with Change the Rotation to preview a few of our most anticipated spring releases. One of those upcoming albums was The Gutters of Paradise by The Kreutzer Sonata, which officially dropped on Valentine’s Day. Today, we’re excited … Continue reading The Gutters of Paradise brings excellent production quality to Chicago punk