• Sean Bardwell

Listen to this & B well (Disc 3)

This will wrap up the music that I wanted to share from the last 2 weeks of July. I'm going to try to get in a more weekly, regular routine with this post so stay tuned for Disc 4...my picks from the first week of August. Until then, enjoy my picks from the last week of July, or don't. I'm going to keep listening either way!

Goalkeeper - Happy (single)

The vocals sound slightly like Matt Skiba from Alkaline Trio and blink-182 (which is a good thing!) It sounds like a bit grittier blink-182 song.

Throw It Against the Wall - Militant Me (single)

Kind of a metal and punk feel. Definitely makes you want to raise your fist in the air and "throw it against the wall!"

Dead Pony - Sharp Tongues (single)

If the Go-Gos were a bit more punk, they might have put out songs like this. Not too poppy but just enough; with a great female lead.

Be Well - Morning Light (single)

The name of this band was reason enough for me to check them out. I was pleasantly pleased with their somewhat hardcore punk sound. As I was writing this, I discovered that they announced today, they would be releasing their debut full-length album, The Weight and the Coast on August 21. Hence, the first pic of the post. Looking forward to hearing more by these guys!

Raging Nathans - Parole Violation (single)

Good 'ol fashioned punk rawk with a face melting guitar solo thrown in for good measure!

PRXJEK - He Who Sold His Soul (single)

This is what I call Techcore - it's a little industrial, hardcore and punk all rolled into one. Fantastic!

Death by Stereo - California Addiction (single)

The first single in 4 years from Death by Stereo and it comes out swinging! So fing good!

Travis Barker - Forever

It's only a 4 song EP but so good. Travis' drum beats create the perfect hip hop back beat. These callabos never disappoint!

NOFX, Frank Turner - West Coast vs. Wessex

In my opinion, this is the best thing NOFX has put out in years, however, Wessex is the clear winner. Granted I am more familiar with Frank Turner's covers but at the same time I felt he just really made them his own. Scavenger Type is definitely one of the stand outs, again, in my opinion.

Fatlip, Blu, Hemlock Ernst - Good for the Soul (single)

I've been a Fatlip fan since he took us on that "Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde". This is an amazing lyrical single and the Biggie samples are blended perfectly!

Marilyn Manson - WE ARE CHAOS (single)

I love Manson's voice. Not to mention they put on the best live shows; I've seen them a handful of times throughout his career and they never disappoint. I think this is a perfect anthem for our current state of affairs.

"Listen to this & B well"

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