Harking back to the days of skate-punk’s golden era, Double Feature have stamped their name on the genre’s long-awaited rebirth. The Chicago-natives take bubblegum punk and unapologetically drive it head-first into the world of dark, technical song structures to create a sound all their own. Composed of 4, the group is made up of Dominick Del Vecchio and Dan Winter on guitars and vocals, while the groups soon-to-be AARP members, Marty Madera and David Spearman take on bass and drums, respectively. With a full-length and split EP under their belt, the 4-piece is ramping up to release their 2nd full-length in the coming months.
Drones are a Minneapolis pop punk band that are an unholy curse from the beast we call The Desolate One. Pop punk and satanism go together like peas and carrots. Remember to eat your vegetables.
Hailing from the "farm belt" that rolls across Southern Michigan, we don't have an elaborate agenda for Bike Tuff. We have beards because we can't always afford razors, we play fast because half the dudes are from Jersey, and we love playing in basements because there's no stage for us to fall off of.
In 1972 a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire Krayola.
Formed in the sweat and indulgence of the summer of '17, Boardinghouse Reach dials the clock back to the tone and spirit of 90's punk that simultaneously elicits Americana and aggression. Warm tones, rattling rhythm and howling words are the life line for a sound heavily inspired by Avail, Kid Dynamite and Jawbreaker.