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Summer of '92 - Long Kesh (release date: July 28th 2012)
Punk / Singer-Songwriter / Indie / Alt-Country / Irish Rebel from Canada (RIYL: Leatherface, Hot Water Music, Chuck Ragan, New Model Army, (Young) Pioneers, Neil Young, Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, CCR, The Pogues and on and on)
Good Luck Varsity - Mountains (release date: December 22, 2012)
Rock / Pop Punk from Michigan
The Instigation - The Instigation (release date: Nov.1st)
Old School / Hardcore Punk from Shanghai, China (RIYL: Dean Dirg, NXD, Career Suicide, Social Circkle, Rot Shit, Regulations)
San Pedro - Ambitions (release date: September 2011)
Alternative Rock from Israel
Carl Kavorkian - Track Ops: Beataliation (release date: 12/25/12)
Hip Hop from PA (RIYL: Instrumental Hip Hop. Call of Duty, Video Games)
Jason Kaminski - Odd, Peculiar Brain (release date: 1/22/13)
Indie Folk from Ohio (RIYL: Elliott Smith, Defiance, Ohio, Death Cab for Cutie)
T. S. Idiot - Brightnite Heir (release date: 11/7/12)
Alternative Rock from California
The Aquatic Ruin - Aquatic Ruin (Release Date - October 18th 2012)
Rock / Alternative / Pop-Punk from Brick Township, New Jersey (RIYL - Weezer, Brand New, Saves The Day, Taking Back Sunday)
Altadore - Golden Hills (release date: December 28, 2012)
Indie Rock from Oregon (RIYL: The National, Kings of Leon, Young the Giant)
Gianna's Sweet Debut - North to the Future (release date: 12.12.12)
Piano Rock from NJ (RIYL: Jack's Mannequin, Mae, Jimmy Eat World, and Something Corporate)
Come Out Swinging - Banned from the In-Crowd (release date: January 2013)
Pop-Punk / Melodic Hardcore from Wyandotte, Michigan
The Escatones - Out of Sight (release date: January 2013)
Surf Punk from Texas
Thundering Asteroids! - Tomorrow's Yesterdays Today! (release date: 12/21/2012)
Punk from Portland, OR
Trufam - Thrill (release date: 12/27/12)
Hip-Hop / Pop from New Jersey
No Frontiers - Blowing the Dust Away (Release date: December 21st, 2012)
Rock / Punk-Rock / Pop-Punk from Italy
The Pelvis Douglas - The Pelvis Douglas (release date: 01 December 2012)
Punk from France
Trust Fall - Work Hard, Play Weird, Stay Kvlt (release date December 18th, 2012)
Emo from Virginia (RIYL: Cap'n Jazz, The Promise Ring and Burzum)
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As quoted on FuckYeahPopPunk:
"From Canton, MI. If you like Secret Lives Of The Freemasons, The Forecast, mixed with Jimmy Eat World and The Wonder Years, you’ll like Good Luck Varsity. In a world where every band is trying to jump on the more “indie” pop-punk/melodic hardcore bandwagon, it’s nice to come across something that makes me nostalgic for 2006. Check this band out now if you know what’s good for you."
MTNS is just a 3-song EP, but it is an EP that strays from stereotypical pop-punk. It's strong in melody and harmony and features 3 lead singers, not unlike The Receiving End of Sirens. We'll be touring the East Coast and Midwest in January and February. If you're into it, make sure you stop by the Facebook or Twitter and say hello. We promise we're not too cool - or really cool at all.
That Good Luck Varsity EP is short but sweet.
found a bunch of my favorite albums of the year on these lists,
haven't found an interesting band in weeks though :-(
As a musician, I can dig San Pedro. They sort of remind me of Happy Body Slow Brain.
Hey everyone, Chase destierro from Gianna's Sweet Debut. It took us a couple years to get our debut album out, so we would really appreciate a review! If you like Jack's Mannequin, Mae, or Jimmy Eat World, you'd probably enjoy our record! Thanks.
good luck varsity is dope.
so good that they should find an east-jersey date for the weekend of the 22nd.
All I got was this lousy future.
For any one interested in reviewing Altadore's Golden Hills, here is a direct link to the whole record on SoundCloud...
Hey guys this is brad form the aquatic ruin. Any comments on our EP listed here are greatly appreciated, we're a new band trying to start getting on some more shows here in the local scene, so any feedback is :-). Also thanks to AP for listing us here! very cool.:wave:
More info for the Thundering Asteroids! album:
1. All I Got Was This Lousy Future
2. Scott Pilgrim Vs My Heart
3. I've Got a Thing for the Goblin King
4. Frak Off
5. Cobra Kai Fight Song
6. He Never Played Atari
7. Swallow Your Soul
Female-fronted nerd punk from Portland, OR.