Young and Heartless (Hopeless Records)
Young and Heartless is a band from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Conceived in 2011, and solidifying their lineup the following year, the group is composed of Jeremy Henninger (vocals/guitar), Bryan Tricarico (guitar), Jake Lepley (drums), and Britain Weyant (bass). The quartet have spent countless months on the road touring throughout North America, supporting the release of two EPs- 2012's Strange World, 2013's Death in Color (KatKat Records), and one full-length LP entitled The Pull of Gravity (2014 Mayfly Records, reissue 2015 Hopeless Records). The band released a new full-length LP on Hopeless Records in 2016 and went on to tour North America.
Kississippi (Soft Speak Records)
In August of 2014, Zoë Allaire Reynolds put out a 5-song EP under the moniker Kississippi, and later that month, Colin James Kupson moved to Philadelphia to attend The University of the Arts (for Music Technology). The two began collaborating on music together after meeting on Tinder(!) They honed their output, and went in to the Drexel studios in January 2015 with Jake Ewald. The record, named after a friend whom scrawled "we have no future, we're all doomed" across a class picture of Zoë and themselves, is a 6-song exploration into what the duo were capable of. What comes of the creative foray is a magnetic, multi-faceted output that sees the marriage of the two's musical backgrounds; featuring Beach House-like synth harmonies, syncopated beat manipulation, and Drop C basslines. After playing many months of shows as a 2-piece, they decided to approach friends to help flesh the performances out, creating a weighted and significant live show, which exemplarily demonstrate the duo's goal to create "amp worshipping pop/popviolence," or an amalgamation of heavy energy and theatrics with pop hooks and dreamy haze.
Museum Mouth (Equal Vision Records)
Museum Mouth is a band that originated in Southport, NC in 2009. It consists of three members: Graham High (guitar), Karl Kuehn (drums, vocals), and Kory Urban (bass). Originally, Savannah Levin played bass and provided vocals but left the band in September 2010. Their musical genres include pop punk and rock. Most of their music is downloadable for free from Bandcamp.
"Tears In My Beer", "Sexy But Not Happy", and "Alex I Am Nothing" received four-star reviews from Punknews.org.
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