CATLICK RECORDS ARTISTS
Pop Rock featuring vocal trade-offs, tangled guitars, intertwining drums and bass
Careers In Modeling fight off the burdens of modern rock glamour with an arsenal of intricate pop-punk anthems
These upbeat songs still ring with Sonic Youth's detached potency, Husker Dü's punky hooks and the Lemonheads' chiming, mumbled melodies.
A collection of 32 songs (2 cds) from bands across the country to raise money for Callum Robbins' care fund.
A perfect complement to their melancholy namesake, the Grey Skies' complex and unpredictable sound pushes hard rock, pop and experimental music in new directions with brooding, mysterious tunes.
Explosive dark and moody pop songs coupled with blasts of distortion that tightly careen over your senses.
A stunning mixture of moody guitar textures, strong melodies, raw emotion and swirling atmospherics.
"McCollum's theremin gives Moon Maan a touch of the spookiness the band's name implies, but his bluesy wail and the foursome's alt-rock attack are Moon Maan's real power." -The Onion
The sound of "Splinter Queen" marries power-pop hooks with Beach Boys inspired vocal harmonies. The dramatic, melancholy songwriting gives the record a seriousness without being precious.
Take hip hop, R&B and soul, infuse it with '70s pop and guitar rock, and you have the defining, distinctive sound of The Spectaculars. A most diggable account of truth, love and the good life.
Loud, stripped down, high energy punk rock.
Highly contagious electro-pop punk rock.