Tacocat – This Mess Is A Place  🏠

”Tacocat’s fourth full-length album This Mess is a Place is their first release on Sub Pop, and full of feminist pop-punk that will have you dancing into the Spring. ” – The Spill Magazine

Young & Sick – Size of Relief 💌

”With its crystalline production, pumped-up rhythms, and dreamy loops of synths and keys, it’s tailor-made for clubs, bike rides, or for any time you need a pick-me-up or an excuse to take off and drive. Ultimately, it’s the product of a mind that’s clearly enamored with its own ability to distill color and sound into shapes and tunes.” – Pop Dust

Bad Religion – Age of Unreason 🙏🏻

”Bad Religion is playing the same fast, crunchy punk they always do, with Graffin’s angry but melodic, harmony-laden vocals coasting over the top. And those vocals are full of lyrics that skewer, howl, and rage about the state of the United States. But the band is very good at what they do, and Graffin’s erudite, clever takes on various issues makes the album significantly more entertaining than reading, say, your progressive-leaning aunt’s Twitter feed.” – Pop Matters

MorMor – Some Place Else ⛅️

”The new EP continues to show off MorMor’s very unique sound, which touches on everything from art rock to soul to driving indie rock to dream pop to singer/songwriter type stuff and more.” – Brooklyn Vegan


”Swinging between sensitive pop-rock songs destined for the charts, such as the punchy and empathic Break Free, and experimental electronic songs, he lays out all the elements of his life that define him.” – Irish Times