Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by Iago, Apr 21, 2016.
Hoffman Manor by State Lines was also released in 2011
That's a band I haven't remembered in a long time. Solid pick.
One more for ya: The Smith Street Band - No One Gets Lost Anymore
And the damn Joyce Manor S/T was 2011 too?! Jesus
I forgot Crucial Dudes. I'm from South Jersey and am a piece of shit.
Good for me is by far the worst Swellers album.
But still a great album so it's fine
you know the state lines singer is the oso oso person, haha.
Good for Me is incredible, get that hate out of here
2011 also had Mansions - Dig Up The Dead and Thursday - No Devolucion, two of the most important records to me at that time
and western teleport but that was a later discovery
Also the 2011 GOAT
Bomb The Music Industry! - Vacation
2011 was probably my favorite and most important year for music easily
2011 was the year I found AP.net, mainly through a lot of those albums hahaha. That summer was transformational for me musically.
They always said that they were just going on a hiatus.
i think its time.
Seahaven released Winter Forever btw!
Damn honestly so much good music that year
I'll make a Spotify / Apple Music playlist of these (or maybe just 1 song each) when I get some free time. I'll be sure to share it with the thread.
Seen them at FEST last year which was strange but awesome at the same time! They where like a last minute addition also.
this is too much for me
But for real, I can't seem to connect with any of the music coming out of that scene in the last few years. I think I can certainly chalk it up to the fact that I just don't enjoy (and therefore don't seek out) this type of music anymore, but from what I have heard lately, it does nothing for me.
Curiously though, despite being aware of my different musical tastes now, these albums that I used to love (shout out to Gospel/OCL, Ups and Downsizing, Avalanche United, L&F and Chasing Hamburg/CBGP) still hit me as hard as they used to. I guess that's all easily explained as being heard through the rose-coloured filter of nostalgia, even subconsciously, but I find it fascinating nonetheless.
I still tear up almost every time during the bridge of "Ups and Downsizing".
"It's looking up."
Good for me is the best swellers album by a lot
good for me is my favorite swellers too. first two songs are rippers along with best i ever had. i liked the more rock vibe with big production.
is anything good coming out of this scene lately? the only thing i kind of like is state champs, havent heard a single newer pop punk band i like in a long time.
The Gospel Youth released quite a good album almost two weeks ago or so, should def check it out. Also Jeff Rosenstock's album Worry if you haven't listened already, not particularly pop punk but he's always had a few songs from there that leans towards pop punk/indie punk/folk punk
oh yeah Jeff is awesome. saw him open for the menzingers a couple months ago, such a cool dude. ill check out gospel youth, thanks.