Tag: Easycore

October 23, 2021

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Homeplate Drops an Explosive, Yet Melodic and Entirely Poppy, New Punk Track

Holy Batman that was a long post title. Let’s get to the point, Homeplate makes explosive, melodic, and heavy pop-punk sure to bring a smile to any pop-punk purist and fanboy/fangirl at heart. Emotionally charging and altogether charming new music from this Kentucky based based pop-punk band. Check out the new song titled “Pastimes” below and give it a solid listen.… Continued →

July 24, 2021

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August 21, 2020

Homeplate - I Need Grace

Homeplate dropped their debut ep “Derby City” last Friday and it seems to be garnering quite some interest. Check out another song off this Ep titled “I Need Grace” which is a lot more straight forward than other relationship type faith innuendo tracks. The Simple Plan meets old Hawk Nelson sound of this song and acoustic guitar strumming beginning is sure to make a fan out of any pop-punk follower of the early 00’s.… Continued →

August 18, 2020

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May 31, 2020

INTERVIEW : Light The Way

For the first time ever on IVM, Light The Way gets the interview treatment. Check out my questions and answers with Andrew (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Christian Moore (Guitar), and Christian Appel (Drums) [Evan is missing in action, sorry pal] from Light The Way, below. About the song “Hope”: “For me, Hope is a birds eye view of how sinful we as a human race really are, and at the end of the day, the only thing that really gives me hope that reaches beyond “just living a good life,” is that Jesus forgave me for all of it.Continued →

April 4, 2020

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February 13, 2018

REVIEW : Young Poet - Thrive in a Modern Era

Punk rock and pizza are similar in more ways than one. While the two can complement each other quite well, music – like food – requires a recipe. Unfortunately, Young Poet’s Thrive in a Modern Era tastes more like a dubious experiment than a well-made pizza pie. Opening song “Alizaren,” catches me completely by surprise with the spoken word akin to Being As An Ocean or Listener.… Continued →

December 11, 2017

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June 27, 2017

Indie Vision Music to Bring You "Punk Never Surrenders" in September

I am excited to announce the release of a special NEW Indie Vision Music compilation titled “Punk Never Surrenders” due out in September. This will be an exclusive CD/Tape release (through the IVM store and at Uprise Fest) with digital distribution through all outlets. The band list is currently top secret and under wraps for a little bit until all the BIG ones can be locked in.… Continued →

June 20, 2017