Happy. announce debut album “Cult Classic” and release new single

Columbia, South Carolina based pop-punk band Happy., have announced the release of their debut album Cult Classic on September 7 via independent record label Rude Records. The band, comprising of Tate Logan (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar), Jack Eskridge (Guitar), Caleb Rucker (Drums), and Sean Bowick (Bass), hopes to to provide a sense of nostalgia for Continue Reading

Real Friends release new song “Unconditional Love”

Photo by Megan Leetz Chicago based pop-punk band Real Friends, have released the newest single “Unconditional Love” off their forthcoming album Composure, due out this Friday on Hopeless Records. When approaching Composure, the band found themselves working harder than ever on what they wanted to say with this album. “We have never put Continue Reading

Sarah Sharp discusses her solo career, her new EPs and her recent trip to Honduras

Award winning songwriter and jazz singer Sarah Sharp has steadily been forging a path and making a name for herself as a solo artist.  She’s won numerous awards, has been featured on NPR’s “Song Travels With Michael Feinstein” and has had her songs featured in numerous ad campaigns and TV Continue Reading

Homebound release new single off forthcoming EP “More To Me Than Misery”

UK pop-punk outfit, homebound, have released “Change of Heart”, the newest single off their forthcoming EP More To Me Than Misery. The EP is due out August 17th via Rude Records. Vocalist Charlie Boughton had this to say about the forthcoming record: “More To Me Than Misery draws on the many pitfalls when Continue Reading

King Leg discusses his debut LP, working with Dwight Yoakam and moving to LA

King Leg is the musical brainchild of Omaha, Nebraska musician Bryan Joyce.  Mixing the sounds of early British and American rock and roll, classic country and R&B, with a voice that’s drawn comparisons to Roy Orbison, Joyce has created a sound that is unique and fresh.  Although Joyce was born Continue Reading

The Frights announce support for upcoming “Hypochondriac Tour”

California-based punk rockers, The Frights, have announced their support acts for their upcoming North American headlining tour, the “Hypochondriac Tour”. Australian surf rock band, Skeggs, will be embarking on the tour for all shows in September, and California indie-pop band HUNNY will be taking over for all shows in October. Continue Reading