São Paulo punks Futuro
Preview two tracks from the upcoming Futuro II album.
Party Jail – Ed Schrader's Music Beat
The Baltimore post-punk trio craft little utopias imprisoned in a minimalist template.
SLAVVE, “Pity Party”
Announcing a singing to Bloodmoss Records.
Protomartyr Eats Brunch: Bloody Marys and bleak world views
Find out how they like their eggs.
Stream: Beth Israel, Dental Denial
The Austin three-piece see nothing wrong with invoking Chris Farley and Maya Angelou in song.
The Debauchees, “Rancid Dancin'”
A little number for the non-dancing introverts to live by.
Stream: Flaamingos' self-titled LP
The catchiest of shoegazey, post-punk to be taken at face value.
Walking Bicycles, “Badada”
Post-punk building tension towards the smooth center and ellipses.
The Mallard, “Crystals & Candles”
Another swan song from their sophomore record.
Former Weird Wives, turned Brooklyn dwellers unite for a post-hardcore assault system.
Pharmakon & Vår, “Passing The Space Inbetween” mix
Two Sacred Bones artists share the responsibility of selector.
Stream: Creative Adult's Bulls In The Yard EP
The North Bay punk outfit oscillate between two posts: hardcore and punk.
Stream: Screature, Screature LP
A Sacramento goth-post-punk record produced by Chris Woodhouse.
E S S, “Sugar Engine”
A harrowing soliloquy from a doomy Sacramento post-punk outfit.
Eat Skull, “Where'd You Go”
The Portland band sheds some of their scuzz and asks us not to say that.