Kung Fu Overdrive

Bringing out the best of the Indianapolis rock and punk scene, Kung Fu Overdrive launches with their debut album and upcoming Punk Rock Night premiere Link: Facebook Under a canopy of bright orange and yellow hues, the walls of The Pop Machine bear witness to stories. The Indianapolis recording studio … Read More ›


Starcrawler – I Need To Know

Starcrawler gives the Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers song a revitalized edginess. Link: Starcrawler Starcrawler has teamed up with Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers’s guitarist Mike Campbell to release a cover of “I Need To Know” for the seventieth birthday anniversary of Tom Petty that live-streamed in October. The band … Read More ›

The Lost Songs Album Cover by Dokken

Dokken—The Lost Songs 1978–1981

Dokken takes us back to the beginning with this collection of prehistoric tracks Dokken The Lost Songs 1978–1981 Silver Linings Records Links: Official Site | Facebook | Instagram Breaking the Chains was a “flop,” at least according to Elektra Records. And this was after the band went back in, cleaned off … Read More ›

The Archaeas

Quick Takes: The Archaeas – Self-Titled

The Archaeas melt fire-eyed rock with punk to make an album that is loud as hell. The Archaeas Archaeas Goner Records Fueling their primal behavior, The Archaeas’ self-titled is chock full of deafening rock bearing down on you like a weighty blanket trying to snuff out punk rock but the … Read More ›

Mrs. Piss

Mrs. Piss—Self-Surgery

Mrs. Piss Self-Surgery Sargent House Links: Instagram | Sargent House If The Bacchae had a soundtrack, this would be it—powerful, frightening, ritualistic. Conjuring the chaos, Mrs. Piss’s debut album is an out-of-body experience of delusion and dirt, fueled by two prominent indie rockers. Teaming up with a background of punk, … Read More ›


Cup Finds New Sound In New Album

Cup Nothing Could Be Wrong Aagoo Records Links: Official Website | Aagoo Records Cup is a band who can easily churn out album after album of solid and gritty rock. The brainchild of Tym Wojcik, you can easily lose yourself in the volume and velocity of the music. For Nothing … Read More ›