5 feisty singles 700

Carly Schorman brings us 5 Feisty Singles featuring Whispering Wires, Poster Parents, AC DEATHSTRIKE, The Linecutters, + sparks fly from a kiss…Read More →

4th wave ska 500

by Mark Anderson – No other music but Ska I feel quite has the power to evoke either pure nostalgic memories and/or fury intent on inciting riots at the same time. For those of us that danced into the depths of a skanking pit, we might look back to aRead More →

Fairy Bones “No One Can Suffer Like I Can” All-Night Visitors “Animal Mind” Whispering Wires “No Buddies” The Linecutters “Anxiety” The Dead-On “Lovesick” Zipheads “No 2 Ways About It” Welshly Arms “Legendary”Read More →

punk title

Lenguas Largas  Come On In Tucson’s Lenguas Largas released Come On In through L.A.’s Recess Records back in August. It was the perfect addition to our summer listening and we kept right on at it through the rest of the year. According to the band’s Facebook page, “[Lenguas Largas] hope to oneRead More →

punk title

The Linecutters Pirates of Suburbia There I was, totally stoked when I came across “#Yolocaust” all those months ago and then the album came out in June and I totally dropped the ball. Pirates of Suburbia proves you can make seriously pro music before you graduate from high school. This album is head-banging,Read More →

downtown boys

By Meghan Herring Contributing Writer “You guys should’ve came with me to the show I went to last night,” I chuckled. “There was this crazy-cool band that had two saxophone players, and another was this band with just three guys doing, like, a mix of thrash-punk-ska.” “Where did you go?”Read More →

The Linecutters “Yolocaust” This three-piece thrash outfit is making waves before the members are old enough to drink to their successes. The Linecutters just released their first single in anticipation of their forthcoming EP, The Pirates of Suburbia. If “Yolocaust” speaks authentically for what’s to come from The Linecutters, their EPRead More →