First, Greg Simpson takes a listen to the new EP from Toronto's My Man, 65 Songs:
Read Greg's review of My Man's 65 Songs right here.
My Man, an indie pop/folk punk quartet from Toronto, hit all the right notes for me. Furiously strummed acoustic guitar, up-tempo drums and wispy male/female vocals singing catchy little melodies.
Then, Renaldo Matadeen checks out the new No Sleep Records-released EP from In Between, Still:
Read Renaldo's review of In Between's Still right here.
Still is a great representation of what hardcore punk sounds like when done right, and while it's nothing excessively unique, it still comes off exceptionally fresh.
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