March 2021

River City Rebels – No Good, No Time, No Pride

Without missing a beat, River City Rebels released their third album in 2002, again via Victory Records. Entitled No Good,

River City Rebels – Playin’ to Live, Livin’ to Play

Playing to Live, Living to Play is the second album for River City Rebels. Released in 2001 — right off

River City Rebels – Racism, Religion and War

Throughout the entirety of this week, we will be reviewing the discography of punk rock group River City Rebels. The

The Mall – Zone

The Mall is the solo project of Mark Plant. A regular of the St. Louis punk scene, Mark has played

Fews – Dog

FEWS reinvigorates themselves after a difficult shakeup with their latest EP DOG. After a dispute with their former label and

Heads. – Push

Push is the latest album from Berlin/Melbourne based noise-rock trio Heads. It’s a record that’s heavy, dark and visceral but

Julian Drazilov – Gray

Hazy colors and a muted palette envelops the latest EP from emo-inspired indie artist Julian Drazilov. Entitled Gray, this collection

The Obsessives – The Obsessives Deluxe

The Obsessives recently released the deluxe edition of their self-titled LP from 2017 for a whole new reimagining in 2019,

Camp Trash – Downtiming

I’d describe Camp Trash as midwest emo with an overall sunny disposition. If not for their nostalgic lyrics and distinctly