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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Charlotte Sands: Headed for Superstardom

It is easy to dismiss people that get famous on social media apps, but occasionally, you will find a gem that will make a lasting impact on the music scene. Charlotte Sands seems well on her way to doing just that. It is time to put down TikTok and start listening to the music. The

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Joyful. strikes the heart in new single “Miles Away”

Joyful.‘s new single, “Miles Away,” is lyrically honest in a way that crushes the heart and reminds us of a time when we could feel so much more deeply than our adult selves may allow. It shows a rawness and aggression that fits the lyrical theme. The song is a lamentation of a breakup after

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Kulick Finds Catharsis Through Creation in ‘Everyone I Know Will Die’

“Am I the only one who doesn’t wanna live forever, ’cause forever’s not enough?”  Kulick begs a haunting question in the title track of his newly released, sophomore album, Everyone I Know Will Die. For many, the sentiment—bound at the junction of anxiety and a clear-eyed fixation of one’s own reality—is likely all-too-familiar. But it’s

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13 New Alternative Bands You Need to Know in 2022

With the menagerie of musical acts that are all over the place in this day of instant gratification, it can be hard to find something new and interesting.  Having Spotify, Apple Music and countless other streaming services at the tips of our fingers is a blessing in some ways and a curse in others.  After

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