Lost Like Lions fights back in new EP ‘Fear of Letting Go’

If you’re like me, you’ve given up on trying to go through life with any kind of grace. I’ve moved through my existence kicking and screaming at every turn at the various forces set upon me, fueled only by a ridiculously bass-boosted playlist, caffeine, and spite. I’m not saying it’s the right way to go

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Upon Your Dead Body Revitalize 2000s Nostalgia in “You’re My Favorite”

Like any self-respecting (or is it disrespecting?) goth-wannabe, I’ve got a bit of an inclination toward the dramatic. Once upon a time, it manifested in jet black eyeliner and meticulous wardrobe styling. But ever since the quarantine routine proved that #aesthetic moments could be effectively restricted to “proof of life” Instagram posts, I’ve had to

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11 New Alternative Music Releases That Made March Worth Remembering

Is it cliché to say that we can’t believe it’s April already? It’s almost like time is a cruel and relentless construct, marching steadily forward and mounting distance between us and our most cherished moments… Something to that effect… On a much more critical note, it also means we’re due for a round-up of our

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Cheer Up Dusty Shed The Angst with “Everybody Hates Me”

All The Alt Things sat down with Brayan M., guitarist of Philly punk rock band Cheer Up Dusty, to discuss their latest single, “Everybody Hates Me.” The song, which dropped on March 4, 2022, packs a real pop-punk punch full of angst. Often a music video band, releasing funny skits reminiscent of early 2000s acts

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Take a Chance on Able Faces’ New Single, “3AM”

This week, I got a chance to hang out with brothers Jack and Mark McNeilage AKA Able Faces from Glasgow, Scotland to discuss their new single “3AM” which dropped today. Not only are these cheery guys pleasant to chat with, they’re consistently hard at work creating new music and collaborating with other artists and DJs

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We Could All Fall for Sleeplore’s New Single, “As We Grow”

We could all fall for “As We Grow,” the latest single by Sleeplore, which delves into heavy themes of loss and trauma, underlined by hope. “We could all fall” are the final, haunting words that punctuate the acoustic track. They leave you with the ache of loss, along with the sense that you’re not alone

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Ghost Reach New Heights in New Album, ‘Impera’

If you’re a rock fan and you’ve somehow managed to avoid the band Ghost since their last record Prequelle hit stores in 2018, I congratulate you on your impressive aversion to anything remotely mainstream. The band have been dominating the rock charts with songs like “Rats,” “Square Hammer,” and “Dance Macabre.” It’s clear that Ghost’s new

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Bloom Detail Unique Recording Process Behind “Sink Into The Soil”

Bloom’s emotive, powerful music and lyrics put them on my radar when they initially debuted back in 2017 with their first single “Cold.” Hailing from Sydney, Australia, the band has been making a huge name for themselves in their local music scene and beyond with the release of their 2020 sophomore EP In Passing. Fast

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