Meet Baby (Ansel Elgort), a young getaway driver who is paying off a debt to crime kingpin Doc (Kevin Spacey before they were cutting him out of everything). Doc is the planner. He finds criminals like Buddy (Jon Hamm), Darling (Eiza Gonzalez) and Bats (Jamie Foxx) to execute his heists and then gets Baby as the driver. Because Baby can drive. Like French Connection style. But then Baby meets a waitress named Deborah (Lily James) and decides it is about time to get out of the life.
A Vulture Wake is a new band featuring Chad Price (ALL/Drag The River), Joe Raposo (RKL/Lagwagon), Sean Sellers (Good Riddance/Real McKenzies) and Brandon D. Landelius (The Mag Seven).
AVW recorded their first 10-song full-length album in January 2017 at the infamous Blasting Room in Fort Collins, Colorado. The album, 'The Appropriate Level of Outrage,' will be released January 31st via Bird Attack Records (88 Fingers Louie, Guttermouth, Belvedere, Such Gold, Authority Zero), with the EP to follow in Spring 2018.
The Dangerous Summer have announced a release date and details for their highly anticipated and long awaited new full-length. The self-titled album, which was produced by James Paul Wisner (Underoath, Dashboard Confessional, Paramore), will be released on January 26th, 2018 through Hopeless Records.
Marmozets have announced details of their hugely anticipated new album. Knowing What You Know Now arrives January 26th through Roadrunner Records.
“The ‘Furies’ are the ancient Greek Gods of vengeance and violence,” says Mark Ryan of the title of his latest album. “The Furies were tamed,” he continues, “but in my story, they are waking up and the ancient chaotic ways are resurfacing.” Ryan (The Marked Men, High Tension Wires, Radioactivity), alongside Peter Salisbury (Baptist Generals) on synth and Mike Throneberry (The Marked Men) on drums, lead this modernistic, machine-like and cinematic version of the story of the Furies and have churned out something furious in return; this is their most electronic album yet.
Ottawa pop-punks We Were Sharks have announced that they will release their new album Lost Touch on February 23, 2018 through Victory Records.
They have released a music video for their new song “Beyond Repair.”
- Beyond Repair
- Drop The Act
- Hotel Beds
- Late Bloomer (Feat. Ollie Baxxter)
- Never Looked Better
- Always You
Rock and roll for the black hole - reimagined rippers, for the misfits that 2017 couldn't kill to blast under the shadow of the big boot and beyond the glow of the chemical horizon. This is driving music, and you're the designated shotgun rider - get in!
Next year, Andrew W.K. will release his first new album since 2009. 'You’re Not Alone' will arrive March 2 via RED/Sony.
This past September, W.K. said of the album: “I’m going for the sound of pure, unadulterated power; every emotion, every thought, every experience, every sensation, every fear, every joy, every clarity, every confusion, every up, every down... all extruded and concentrated into one thick syrup of super life-force feeling, and then psychically amplified by the celebratory spirit of glorious partying.”
Following a 25th anniversary reissue of Let Me Come Over and shows across the UK and US, Buffalo Tom have announced their first album in 6 years, Quiet and Peace. The album will be released March 2nd 2018 via Scrawny/Schoolkids Records, listen to the first track All Be Gone below.
The album was mixed by John Agnello (Kurt Vile, Sonic Youth, The Hold Steady) and produced by fellow Boston alt-rock legend David Minehan, renowned ex-leader of the Neighborhoods.
Lily Mastrodimos has been recording songs as Long Neck since 2014, first as a solo project while she was a member of Jawbreaker Reunion and now as a fully realized rock band, with drums and electric guitars and everything. Mastrodimos writes the kind of personal, introspective songs that might be expected of someone who recorded her first album “Heights” alone in her room with a single mic and an MBox. The strength of her voice and her convictions lend Mastrodimos’s songs an urgency and energy that is only amplified by the addition of, well, amplifiers.