You were bound to have missed some cool stuff at this year’s Alternative Press Expo, but fear not, here’s a list of some of the raddest creators that may have flown under your radar.
Retro pop-rock marauders A B & The Sea are a fresh continuation in that long legacy of creatives minds called to the Golden State.
Hit the road and head for cover.
Its not every day you read a comic with the phrase “F**k you Virgil! I read your book and it sucks.”
Louisiana rockers responsible for cured hangovers and lost underpants.
An intricate unison of folksy melody and warmth.
Food politics, urban blight, and the new trendy eco pseudo-revolution in San Francisco are the main highlights in this mini comic.
A weakened four-chord songwriter’s attempt, Sundowner takes a swing at folk.
Don’t ask me what’s up with the title, I still haven’t figured it out…
Enjoy their reckless youth—you can tell they are.
“Trailercore” punk band fails to leave their stain…er…mark on this listener.
A spunky lil’ zine with enough party hardy attitude to last a week full of all-nighters.
Get sucked into a dark and dreamy hole of sonic thrashings. Thralls rockets into a super nova of sound.
There’s a lot more to Oregon than just Portland.
The group reveals much more depth than one would typically attribute to a punk band, as the years of refinement and development have paid off for these guys.
“We rented a Ford 15-passenger van with a much higher rollover risk to make the tour more exciting.”
It’s like an acid trip you can read.
These three dudes know how to lay down the kind of goods stoners, hessians, and burnouts alike can hangout and headbang to.
Miss Potter is a frustrated pro-choice Christian-raised graduate student with a misconceived Impostor Complex.
Just in time summer, Ashcan Magazine’s latest print edition has hit stands!
“Photography is like any art. There are many paths to take, but there is no formula, or ‘right’ way to do it.”