December 28, 2011
255's, Be My Doppelganger, best of 2011, Billy Raygun, Caffiends, Candy Hearts, Criminal Culture, Dear Landlord, Direct Hit!, Dopamines, Geoff Useless, iron chic, jetty boys, Killtime, Lipstick Homicide, music, No Intention, Pacer, Prozacs, Rock N Roll Television, rumspringer, Run Forever, Shang-A-Lang, sister kisser, Spraynard, sundials, Teenage Gluesniffers, The Queers, THE WILD, Tit Patrol, top of 2011, unwelcome guests, Wax Phantom
I love split records, you get two bands for the price of one. There’s a lot of really great records on this list.
- Jetty Boys/Be My Doppelganger
- Direct Hit/Tit Patrol
- Candy Hearts/Sister Kisser
- Billy Raygun/Lipstick Homicide
- Iron Chic/Pacer
- Dopamines/Dear Landlord
- The Queers & Killtime
- Caffiends/Rock N Roll Television
- Prozacs/No Intention
- The Wild/Run, Forever
- Wax Phantom/Criminal Culture
- Unwelcome Guests/255’s
- Teenage Gluesniffers/Geoff Useless
December 5, 2011
Indie, Music, Pop Punk, Punk, Reviews, Rock
music, Orphan Choir, punk, records, review, Reviews, Salinas Records, unwelcome guests
Salinas Records is here to give us a dose of Unwelcome Guests with an added bonus of Orphan Choir. The two sides of this record just three songs but you get two bands out of it. I know that’s a lot of numbers but it all adds up pretty well. The Unwelcome Guests side is the better side here but they have the unfair advantage of having two songs to Orphan Choir’s one. But don’t sell Orphan Choir short, they bring plenty to the table, if you like either of these bands or melodic punk in general feel safe picking this one up.
‘I Wanna Be Inspired’ Unwelcome Guests give us one of their melodic punk songs here, vaguely reminds me of a slowed down Hot Water Music, without the raspy dual vocals.
‘I Wanna Get Drunk Tonight’ A rock song, about getting drunk. What more do you really want? Sounds like a great idea to me.
‘Burning Ash Again’ The Melodic punk continues with this side, just one song but it fits the record perfectly. A slow heavy song that I’ll be listening to a lot.
1. I Wanna Be Inspired (Unwelcome Guests)
2. I Wanna Get Drunk Tonight (Unwelcome Guests)
3. Burning Ash Again (Orphan Choir)
September 19, 2011
Country, Folk, Indie, Music, Pop, Pop Punk, Punk, Reviews, Rock
Annie Saunders, Art of the Underground, Country, folk, Indie, music, pop punk, poppunk, punk, records, review, Reviews, unwelcome guests
Art of the Underground is here to hook up with a pretty rad split from Unwelcome Guests and Annie Saunders. The Unwelcome Guests side of things is, as always, great. I can’t get enough of listening to them now a days, they do everything great.
‘Stumbling Onto The Truth’ A fucking great pop rock song from the Unwelcome Guests open things up here, this song is so good I’m not sure if it was good to open with, it may be hard to top this.
‘Just Around The Corner’ Well how do you follow up a melodic pop rock song? Unwelcome Guests do it with a fast loud almost country song. This will rock your face all and make you wanna drink whiskey while you pick it up off the floor.
‘Awww Shit’ An acoustic song that rules pretty fucking hard.
‘I Ain’t Marching Anymore’ More acoustic good stuff. This song is a little less rock and a little more folk but still really good.
- Stumbling Onto The Truth (Unwelcome Guests)
- Just Around The Corner (Unwelcome Guests)
- Awww Shit (Annie Saunders)
- I Ain’t Marching Anymore (Phil Ochs) (Annie Saunders)
Get Annie Sanders / Unwelcome Guests from Amazon HERE