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Gabriella Cohen

Album Review: Gabriella Cohen – Full Closure And No Details

So now that it’s fall the leaves are finally starting to change and the weather is slowly growing colder. You decide to leave your scarf hanging up on the hook near the door but grab your worn-in denim jacket because [...]

October 18, 2016 New Music, Reviews

SIMGE Stream: The Seshen – Flames & Figures

So it’s a pretty special day today for a number of reasons. By virtue of my relationship with Makeunder, I have come to know the great Bay Area-based R&B/synth-pop/electronic fusion group The Seshen. Back in February, I got to spend [...]

October 14, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Doe – Some Things Last Longer Than You

London three-piece Doe spit fire with words. On their debut full-length each song packs a punch with snarky lyrics and heated vibes, delivered with feeling by vocalist Nicola Leel. Some Things Last Longer Than You is intense and insanely hooky [...]

October 14, 2016 New Music, Reviews
Best Regards

SIMGE Stream: Best Regards – Something Better

With a Facebook page that only dates back to early July, newly minted band Best Regards are carrying the baton of their tri-state pop-punk forbears. Their debut EP, Something Better, runs the gamut of the urgent styles and emotions and [...]

October 10, 2016 New Music, Reviews

SIMGE Stream: Grasser – College Dropout(s)

It’s Saturday morning (well technically afternoon but morning for me) and I’m just being your typical sitting cliche click-clacking away with my iced coffee here at Bushwick Public House. Sorting through the inbox, I stumbled across a Facebook post from [...]

October 8, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: NOTS – Cosmetic

Photo Credit: Don PerryNot only is Cosmetic loud and fast, it inspires you to attempt picking up an instrument and a pen. The second album from Memphis punks NOTS sets itself apart from its previous attempts. Catchy sensibilities, roaring guitars [...]

September 26, 2016 New Music, Reviews

SIMGE Stream: School Drugs – Demo

Having been in business since 2014 ripping up the floorboards in venues all over NJ, hardcore punk-rockers School Drugs recently dropped their first bits of officially released music in the form of a Demo. The blistering, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it six song set [...]

September 23, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Beach Slang – A Loud Bash Of Teenage Feelings

Photo Credit: Chris Rotolo It’s said that a person’s taste in music develops and grows from ages 14 to 24. Think back to when you first discovered music you liked. It was exhilarating. Picking out your first record, fiddling around [...]

September 23, 2016 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Pamphleteers – The Ghost That Follows

Stream an exclusive first listen of Pamphleteers’ “L.A. L.A.” below. One word to sum up The Ghost That Follows, the full-length debut by Chicago trio The Pamphleteers? Raw. The band has been exercising its post-punk sound since releasing a split [...]

September 22, 2016 New Music, Reviews

EP Review: Goon – Dusk of Punk

Goon‘s Dusk of Punk is a lo-fi garden, brimming with a plethora of cloudy guitar, elegant cello, dark drums, and smoldering vocals. The album—lovingly spun under an overcast sky—will wrap itself around the pleasure centers in your brain and cause [...]

September 20, 2016 New Music, Reviews