Tag: hangnail

December 28, 2020

December 12, 2020

November 26, 2020

Hangnail Makes Triumphant Return With "Christmas Hymns"

A classic Tooth & Nail pop-punk band, Hangnail, that everyone will claim is an underrated band who definitely should have been “bigger” (whatever that means) in their time is seeing a most triumphant return to the music realm. With hands held high in applause, we welcome these posi-pop-punk gentlemen back and we welcome their brand of uplifting, spiritual punk rock with our arms wide open (cheesy Creed pun, sorry).… Continued →

July 15, 2018

Sef Idle - At Arm's Length (Hangnail Cover)

I really have to draw attention to one of the most excellent acoustic pop-punk “cover” tracks done in recent memory. Sef Idle has been playing for years fronting and playing guitar for bands like uniSEF and False Idle but has recently come forward as a skilled acoustic-punk singer/songwriter. Sef Idle just released “Someday, Today” back in May and it is a fitting reminder of how raw, natural talent can captivate the listener.… Continued →

December 5, 2016

Last Day to Order Indie Vision Music and Band Related Merch - December 14th

The last day to order all your favorite Indie Vision Music designs on Tshirts, Tanks, and Hoodies for Christmas Delivery is December 14th. We also have merch from The Blamed, Dogwood, Hangnail, Slow Coming Day, Craig’s Brother, and Slick Shoes. Tons of stuff!!! You can order as many items as you like all in one shopping cart without having to pay multiple shipping amounts.… Continued →

November 17, 2016

November 8, 2016

November 20, 2008

REVIEW : Curbsquirrels - We Wish We Knew How To Quit This

Artist: Curbsquirrels Album: We Wish We Knew How To Quit This Reviewer: Tyler Hess A few years ago, there were two relatively unknown bands that came together to produce a split CD called “Composition” on the now defunct “DUG Records” Label. One of them, Last Tuesday, went on to sign with Mono Vs Stereo and record two great albums before calling it quits in early 2007, while the other faded into relative obscurity.… Continued →