PUP: If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You & DVP (live)

PUP has had a standout two years after the release of their debut album. The band plays fast and loud punk rock that is a breath of fresh air in today’s repetitive styles. The Canadian band released their second album “The Dream Is Over” and it surpasses its predecessor as the band has matured.

“If This Tour Doesn’t Kill You” is a hilarious song with its funny lyrics and features a stellar chord transitions. “DVP” is pure punk rock with its intense speed and brash sound. Check it out above.


Fabolous: For The Summer

As the weather finally begins to feel like summer it is only fitting that I post this Fabolous track. Fabolous has always been one of my favorite rappers especially on mixtapes and freestyles. His albums always seem sub par to his mixtapes where he is truly in his lane.

“For the Summer” features an acoustic guitar riff with a beat that has Fabolous killin’ the track with his rhymes. Check it out above.

The National – Mistaken For Strangers

I have been re-listening to The National’s discography the past few days and I still consider them my favorite indie rock band. As melancholy and somber as their sound may be it is also quite absorbing and mesmerizing. Vocalist Matt Berninger’s voice digs right into your soul and stays there.

“Mistaken For Strangers” is one of The National’s best songs with its complex lyrics and excellent guitar work. Check it out above.

Minor Victories: Breaking My Light

Minor Victories is a supergroup featuring Rachel Goswell of Slowdive, and Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai and Justin Lockey of Editors. The group is releasing their debut new album this year and “Breaking My Light” is track from that record. It features Goswell’s ethereal vocals and a shoegaze sound. Check it out above.