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Snarls – ‘Burst’ album review


New Take This to Heart Records signing Snarls have just released new album ‘Burst’ and it’s one that is sure to delight fans of mathy art pop in the vein of Hop Along or Dutch Uncles. The Columbus, Ohio four-piece describes the band’s sound as ‘glitter emo alt rock’ and if that doesn’t sell them,…

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Jetty Bones – ‘-‘ EP review (hyphen)


Hailing from Ohio, Jetty Bones have toured extensively with the likes of The Early November and Hot Mulligan and now they’re set to release their second EP ‘-‘ (hyphen) via Take This to Heart Records on 22 February. Opening with the Tigers Jaw-indie pop of ‘Better’, the EP finds Kelc Galluzo celebrating being there for…

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McCafferty – ‘Finally’ stream


‘Finally’ features on Take This to Heart Records signings McCafferty‘s new split EP with Triple Crown’s Heart Attack Man. The pop-rock song is described by the Ohio band as a celebration of their love of alternative music and opens with some melodic guitars and a singalong burst of ‘Wa-oh, wa-oh, wa-oh-oh-oh-ohs’. Singer Nick Harktop opens…

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Future Teens – ‘Sleep Schedule’ Soundcloud stream


Formed initially as a joke, Boston’s Future Teens are anything but now. The two-minute slab of pop-punk that is ‘Sleep Schedule’ combines the more emotive tendencies of Blink-182 (think ‘Stay Together for the Kids’) with the addictive and fist-punching nature of Guided by Voices. It starts with singer Radin lamenting the fact that ‘It’s not…