The former Monotonix guitarist Yonatan Gat presents a bold new idea for what to do with rock: treat your own band noise like other people's samples.
Pioneering trans artist Lenny Zenith reminds listeners that it's about more than "a little surgery and a pronoun change" on "Suddenly Someone".
Clocking in under two minutes, Suzisuzi's "Microphone's Counter Attack" is the stuff punk rock dreams are made of.
Carrying down on their path of destruction, Baptists return with a record that extends their sonic palette, making Beacon of Faith their most complete work yet.
The Sidekicks have made a wonderful power-pop record about the good stuff in life, but they acknowledge the sour stuff as well. It's nostalgia with a smirk.
UK/American power punk merger Sharp/Shock gets new lease on life with energetic second platter.
Avantist's new single "_violence" invokes a sense of paranoia and building rage built in the computer age.
Jeff Rosenstock discusses his new vital album Post-, how he's coping as the anointed savior of rock music, and the power of the youth movements that give us all hope for the future.
This four-CD sequel to 2016's Action Time Vision box set shows that UK punk burned brighter and hotter when it moved underground.
If Alexei Sayle and Rik Mayall represented the Pistols/Clash in-your-face assault and battery side of British punk comedy, Ben Elton was its Elvis Costello, complete with geeky wide-rimmed glasses.