welcome to the new punkaganda press +

welcome to the new punkaganda press +

welcome to the new punkaganda press +

welcome to the new punkaganda press +

welcome to the new punkaganda press +

welcome to the new punkaganda press +

Cheridomingo's 'Peace of Mind': Crafting Cathartic Soundscapes in Emo Rock

Cheridomingo's latest offering, "Peace of Mind, is a testament to the band's ability to craft atmospheric soundscapes that resonate with listeners on a deep, visceral level.
read more

Iowa’s Emo Trio Stars Hollow Return with the Release of the Single “Acne Scars”

the band has finally returned with their newest single “Acne Scars” from their upcoming EP In the Flowerbead, which set to release on April 5th via Acrobat Unstable Records.
read more

"After the Storm": Brigitte Mena's Musical Odyssey Through Life's Turmoils

we’re excited to put Dallas based singer Brigitte Mena in the spotlight who is releasing her third album "After the Storm"
read more

Between You & Me Strikes Emotional Chords with Infectious Anthem 'In the Middle'

With its catchy hooks, heartfelt lyrics, and undeniable energy, this song is a must-listen for fans of the genre and anyone who appreciates music that speaks to the soul.
read more

Groove into the Nightwith LVVRS' Retro EP "Midnight Fantasy"

With their latest EP, “Midnight Fantasy" LVVRS brings forth a refreshing blend of nostalgia and contemporary flair with rock and roll inspiration that captivates listeners from start to finish.
read more

See What We're
Listening To

feature of the month

BANSHEE

On the track, Banshee says: "This song is my artist statement, which is creating beauty and other worlds as a way to heal and thrive. It's inspired by the Michelangelo quote "I saw the angel in the marble, and I carved until I set him free." That's how I've always approached making music--I'm just bringing to life worlds that already exist in my head. I'm also inspired by the Aestheticism movement, which challenged the Victorian idea that art had to have a moral lesson, and celebrated beauty and "art for art's sake."

Listen to "Angel in the Sound" Now