Off With Their Heads - Be Good

Introspective, vulnerable and emotional, Be Good is an incredibly personal release from Off With Their Heads, but despite all of the heavy lyrical content and hard-hitting songwriting, there’s a glimmer of hope in this album that’ll have fans playing it on repeat for months to come.

Sum 41 - Order In Decline

2019 is an admittedly weird year for punk music. During a time when one would assume that punk bands would be dropping angry new music left and right due to the state of the American political climate, there have been a small amount of albums that really speak to these issues in a personal, honest and emotional way. Sum 41’s Order In Decline is thankfully one of those albums.

Punk Goes Acoustic Vol. 3 - Various Artists

Since 2000, the Fearless Records Punk Goes… compilation series has been bringing the “punk” (and emo, screamo, metalcore, pop-punk, etc…) scene a wide variety of cover albums, ranging from the well-known Punk Goes Pop to Punk Goes Christmas and the hilarious 2008 release, Punk Goes Crunk.

Aviary Girl - Nocturnal Phase

Denver indie/emo rock group, Aviary Girl combines the talented forces of some of Colorado’s best local acts (Silver & Gold, Monteneros, and Prepare the Joust) for a timeless and cathartic listen on their newest EP, Nocturnal Phase.

Haley Reinhart - Lo-Fi Soul

In this day and age, the majority of music lovers are constantly looking for something that breaks the mold or stands apart from most modern pop music, and Haley Reinhart delivers just that on her new album, Lo-Fi Soul.

Marianas Trench - Phantoms

Since their inception, Marianas Trench have been known for their ability to write catchy as hell, cinematic pop anthems, and their newest album, Phantoms takes things to a whole new level.

The Japanese House - Good at Falling

The Japanese House has a way of creating otherworldly soundscapes that have the ability to teleport you to a different headspace upon just one listen, and her debut full-length album, Good at Falling is no exception

Emarosa - Peach Club

In 2019, it isn’t unheard of for bands to completely change their sound with a new album, but there are very few that can pull it off with the ease that Emarosa have on their latest release, Peach Club.