kate can wait, a folk musician and Grimalkin Records collective member from Puerto Rico, released her latest haunting and mesmerizing record on Friday, January 24. Veraniegas is beautifully rich, and kate can wait easily fills 11 tracks with woven melodies and vivid lyrics. Though Veraniegas arrives just under a year after kate can wait’s previous record, howl youth, … More Album Review: kate can wait – Veraniegas
Despite using the same two words for the band’s name, their album, and this EP, “Something Else?” is far less “traditional punk” than the Columbus band’s previous full-length. It alternates between acoustic and electrified, and although angsty lyrics run throughout the EP, Something Else utilizes catchy melodies and hypnotic hooks to capture your attention. Opening … More EP Review: Something Else – Something Else?
You may recognize UK-based folk-punk artist Patrick Craig from our recent review of his new album, True Story, out April 29th. This week, check out our interview with Patrick! Later this month, be sure to give his album a listen – it’s great! Indientry: Do you think that the quick production time of this album affected the music? … More Artist Interview – Patrick Craig
True Story, Patrick Craig’s debut album, combines the essence of folk-punk music with evocative lyrics to create an excellent record that’s about “coming to terms” with change and being a new person. It’s almost hard to believe that the album made quickly, recorded for the most part outside of a “traditional” studio. True Story is, in this way … More Album Review: True Story – Patrick Craig