Hailing from Midlands, Ireland, The Winter Passing are a deceptively jagged quintet bursting with enough youthful energy and sopping-wet hooks to leave any devotee of jangle pop salivating in glee. Recently The Alt Review sat down with Rob, their guitarist/vocalist for a quick Q&A about his history of crappy punk bands, their recent EP Scrapbook, […]
3.5/5 Genre: Rock Release Date: March 26, 2013 Record Label: Good Fight Music / eOne Music In 2010 Richmond, Virginia’s Conditions lit up alt-rock with their debut full-length, Fluorescent Youth, an album full of Anberlin-meets-Saosin alternative anthems that earned them mentions in Alternative Press’ annual “100 Bands You Need To Know” issue in […]
4/5 Genre: Pop-rock Release Date: March 26, 2013 Record Label: Fueled By Ramen It has been a long three and a half years since Braintree, Massachusetts’ A Rocket To The Moon released a full-length, but the wait is finally over as the band gears up to release Wild & Free. […]
4/5 Genre: Pop-Punk Release Date: March 26, 2013 Record Label: Pure Noise Records Pop-punk is a genre that has produced more mediocre music than most genres combined over the last decade. As a new millennium began, so did an influx of musicians picking up their tools without any knowledge pertaining to […]
Check out Passion Pit’s new video for “Cry Like A Ghost” below.
Take a listen to a new M83 song titled “Oblivion” over at Pitchfork.