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Sprues & Runners offer an emo treasure in new EP "Trips To The Caribbean"

Emo music seems a rarity in the days of overproduced dream-pop hits, and so an EP like Sprues & RunnersTrips To The Caribbean takes on the form of a treasure chest found in a cove breezy with 2003 winds. The furious pace of “Red Teeth,” with its serrated screams and eruptive drums, comes after a curious serenity where surf-rock influences sway you gently, and then ultimately swing you violently. “The Opening” lets the instruments fly, and embraces that thin film of garage comradery that also propelled emo to the top of the charts oh not so long ago. There is no doubt that there are still treasures to be found out there in the sonic isles of the modern world, here is one that Providence’s Sprues & Runners are offering a clear map to. Listen to the euphoric breakdown in “Cactus” streaming below. - Rene Cobar

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Kali Masi "Square Pegs"

Kali Masi recently released a collection of demos, covers, voice memos, and bedroom recordings called "Square Pegs". This is the first new release from the group since their acclaimed 2017 album Wind Instrument.

This is the Math Rock of John Garrison (Drums), Sam Porter (Guitar and Vocals), Wes Moore (Guitar and Vocals), and Anthony Elliot (Bass and Vocals).

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Lights Over Bridgeport "Morning In Chicago"

Lights Over Bridgeport has released the opening track and lead single, "Morning In Chicago", from their forthcoming album, Better This Way, which is due out May 22nd.

This is the Pop Punk of John Hamlin (Guitar and Vocals), Kevin Jamroz (Drums), Miko Ramirez (Guitar), and Kurt Miller (Bass).

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New Myths' polished punk shines on "Bad Connection"

Mixing a health dose of early 00s alternative and riot grrrl energy (with a raucous electronic bent), Brooklyn’s New Myths return with new track “Bad Connection,” a scorching, take-no-prisoners ride. Lyrically marked by free associative imagery that evokes the general restlessness at the track’s core (descriptions of television static and disease abound), Bad Myths instrumentally charge forward, offsetting their often grunge-y subject matter with sunburnt power chords, dynamic vocal gymnastics, and pervasive synth arpeggios. Such contrast allows the band to truly hone their strengths, primarily their ability to create rock that’s both crusty and glitzy, channeling a punk subject matter in a way that’s more polished than most (while maintaining that indefatigable spirit). Recommended for fans of groups like Sleater Kinney and the B-52s, stream the single below, and keep an eye out for the group’s forthcoming EP “All the Shiny Things” out later this year. Original photo by Andrew Segreti

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Dead Rest "III"

Punk Trio Dead Rest has released their third EP, "III", and first since 2018. The group formed in 2018 and release their first two EP's that year. This third EP, a collection of three songs, is well worth the wait.

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