Swedish Pop Punk from Terrible Feelings

We’re running a very rock oriented Thursday it seems, so Sweden’s Terrible Feelings fit right in with that motif. The group recently signed on with Deranged Records to release their album, Shadows, this April.  For my ears, it’s definitely got something going on, beyond stereotypical punk/pop; there’s something in the vocal delivery that harkens back to days before punk was even born, lending itself to sort of a haunting effect.  Sweden seems to think they’re full of angst and darkness, and I see that, but over here in the States, it’s just good old fashioned rock n’ roll–the kind we love here at ATH.

[audio:http://austintownhall.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/2_Intruders.mp3]

Download:Terrible Feelings – Intruders [MP3]

New Punk Jam from Steve Adamyk Band

It’s been a mild week, musically speaking, with nothing really rocking coming my way.  So, when I got this new track from Dirtnap Records about the Steve Adamyk Band, a little bit of joy came across my face. It’s got a classic pop-punk sound, and there’s nothing wrong with that.  For those looking for a little bit of fun, get into this one now.  Sharp guitars, hooks, gang vocals and oh so much more.  If you dig this, you can get your hands on the group’s newest, Forever Won’t Wait, come the end of the year.  Maybe it’s just me, but this definitely made my day.

[audio:http://austintownhall.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Landslide.mp3]

Download: Steve Adamyk Band – Landslide [MP3]

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