Tuesday’s Top Tasty Tracks


Four unique, brilliant songs worth your time.


Pink Snot – Say Anything

…Is A Real Boy, In Defense of the Genre, and the list goes on. Not many bands can have a career of almost 20 years and still crank out good songs. Bemis is a talented writer, showcased on this song that only needs a couple acoustic guitars and a group of people able to clap on beat. This song feels like a return to their early stuff in both the rawness and the energy brought to it. I love the simplicity of the song, and how anybody can sing along with it.

Genre: Alternative Rock


Give a Name To Your Pain (Feat. Lee Acosta-Lewis) – Old Wounds

Old Wounds are finally back after a bit of a hiatus. This band has such a unique metalcore spin on hardcore that makes them stand out in this scene. Vocally, there’s a lot of influence from the goth/emo bands like Aiden and Motionless In White, mixed with mid-2000s post-hardcore like The Used, and Chiodos. It’s an impressive blend with a wide spread of capabilities, and while many don’t like their combination of old and new styles, it makes them wholly unique, for better or worse. They’re worth a shot and a view, if only for originality’s sake.

Genre: Hardcore


Lost My Cool – Stand Atlantic

Stand Atlantic stay winning, and Bonnie continues to prove she’s one of the best vocalists in the genre. This song showcases her range perfectly, captivating her restraint and her ability to belt it out. The overall song is so catchy, and though the break-up song is nothing new, this song (and video) is executed so well that it’s completely forgivable. Extremely likeable and bouncy, this song is perfect for new and old fans alike. In a few years, I expect Stand Atlantic to be running the entire scene, and I am here for it.

Genre: Pop-Punk


Be Kind – Coast To Coast

Coast to Coast’s singer has an original voice, and it blends perfectly with the bands melancholic yet bouncy approach to alternative rock. Pulling some similarities from modern Boston Manor, Coast to Coast still have their own unique aspects shown in this song, from their creativity in the music video to the captivating songwriting. Throughout all of 2018, I came back to this song just to sing out the final two lines: Be Kind, Be kind. It’s so important and far too easy to forget.

Genre: Alternative Rock


Thanks for checking out another post about incredible new music. Remember, it doesn’t matter what you like, as long as you support it.

If you wanna hear more, here’s a Spotify playlist with all the songs I’ve ever featured. Throw it on shuffle and find something new.