Westwood’s Darrow Chemical Company add to the historic Jersey punk scene with Plastic Smile, an album that proves to be an energetic, highly-listenable release.
Five-piece indie darlings Owel don’t cut any corners in trying to convey the extremely dynamic heart of this self titled album to their audience.
The Mongoloids entered an indefinite hiatus following their last show in August, so until further notice Mongo Life is the band’s final musical mark left on the hardcore scene.
Thank You Scientist, the seven-piece musical physics formula hailing from Rochelle Park, may classify themselves under the progressive rock genre, but it’s almost as if there is a bit of alchemy going on beneath the surface of their latest record, Maps of Non-Existence Places.
Bloom & Breathe is a towering post-rock monument of vocal and lyrical intensity, staggering under the weight of its own emotion.