Post Punk

  • Land: “Again” – a modern-day continuation of a classic sound

    For all their synth-laden electronica and 80’s postpunk flavors, Rimini-based Italian band, Land, is not a retro act. They produce relevant, interesting and innovative records, which is proven on their latest EP release “Again”. Land do not simply write songs, they design music with sound and images in mind....
  • Tiny Tree: “The Road” – an immersive listening experience!

    Formed in Muskegon, MI during November of 2017, by, Paul Jensen (Drums, Electronics) and Addison Eilers (Guitar, Bass, Vocals), Tiny Tree is a powerhouse duo who blend heavy metal and post-punk aesthetics with the ambience and tonal exploration of post-rock. On their latest EP release “The Road”, the duo...
  • Dirty Backseat: “GooBad” – a state of musical ecstasy

    Dirty Backseat is a Garage / Post-punk band, based in Cairo, Egypt. The trio is made of Moe Hani (Bass, Guitars, Vocals, Keys), Noha Amin (Guitars, Vocals), and Marwan Wahid (Drums). People who listen to this band would probably describe them differently. The reason people may throw different labels...
  • StereoBird: “Russian Roulette” – a dynamic post-punk instrumental

    Mogwai front-man, Stuart Braithwaite, once stated: “I think most people are not used to having no lyrics to focus on. Lyrics are a real comfort to some people. I guess they like to sing along and when they can’t do that with us they can get a bit upset.”...
  • Sean Dalton: “Yuck” slithers its way into the psyche

    Sean Dalton’s is a college kid out of Minneapolis, who has dropped the single entitled “Yuck”. The track is bravely straightforward and authentic, while, Sean Dalton is an unobtrusive post-punk artist, probably too messy to be enjoyed by those that like their pop clean and explainable. But to anyone...
  • Vivienne the Witch: “Shadowbox” combines many attractive elements

    Vivienne the Witch are Caterina Fuso (drums/backing vocals), Greta Fuso (vocals and bass), and Lucrezia Peppicelli (vocals and guitar). They started playing together as teenagers in a band called Twister. Having taken part in contests and festivals, as well as recording their first Ep, Twister changed its name to...