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Quiet Like A Thief recruit members of Hit The Lights, Four Year Strong on strong new ep!

Boston/Long Island pop punk outfit Quiet Like A Thief have just released their latest album, Through The Looking Glass. Big hooks, heart-on-sleeve lyricism, cascading and beautifully presented melodic rock production adorns the EP, sure to make them a household name in the pop punk scene. On release day, the band has released the track …

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Review: roberts. – “@ U”

roberts. is a midwestern pop punk band comprised of one person. Using his name as his moniker, Mike Roberts started this journey as an acoustic artist looking to sharpen his songwriting skills. As time progressed and his first two releases “fine” and “split” gained traction, he decided to break further …

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Interview: Nick Barker of Love Like Fiction Discusses New Single, “Misery Maintenance”

Love Like Fiction packs modern pop-punk, throwback dance grooves, and timeless subject matter into an emotionally raw, yet wholly accessible sound. Founded in summer 2018 by drummer Tara Goltz and guitarist Marin Bridges, the Phoenix, Arizona quintet would go on to support fellow pop-punk veterans Sum 41 and SWMRS, as …

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WANK’s ‘White Knuckle Ride’ LP Out Now On Die Laughing Records

Long-running Orange County pop-punks WANK have finally officially released their new album ‘White Knuckle Ride’ via Die Laughing Records. The long-awaited LP has previously only been available at the band’s shows. The album features a number of guest musicians including George Hughes Jr.keyboardist in ZIGGY MARLEY’S band (who plays keys …

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CHIP & THE CHARGEUPS Release Mind-Blowing Green Day/Poison Mashup, “Good Riddance, Fallen Angel”

Pittsburgh, PA based Power-Pop band CHIP & THE CHARGEUPS has released a creative music video for their Green Day/Poison Mashup, “Good Riddance, Fallen Angel.” Directed by Marcus Morelli of Skene 19 Films, the video recreates scenes from the original songs’ videos, combining the two seemingly unrelated storylines into a unified and entertaining narrative. “I think we …

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