Every year, The Alternative compiles a list of the 50 best albums of the year. In 2017, A Will Away dazzled with its catchy tunes and cinematic extensions, while Harmony Woods told a heart-warning (and heart-breaking) story of finding one’s footing in a new relationship.
On October 20, Weller released their debut full-length LP, about one month into their U.S. tour with Kississippi and Three Man Cannon. The self-titled record is 23 minutes of pure head-bobbing fun and proves that the trio, made up of Harrison Nantz, Evan Clark Moorehead, and Jeremy Berkin, aren’t just better than they were a year ago — they’re weller.
The latest single from Have A Good Season captures memories of both triumph and defeat.
On their debut LP, Katie Ellen tackle independence and vulnerability in a way that’s poignantly refreshing.
Sorority Noise brought its fuzzy emo rock sounds to the Decker Social Space on Friday, Nov. 18, for the penultimate CUB Alt show of the fall semester.
Just one day after finishing a month-long tour with Brand New and The Front Bottoms, Jacob Ewald and Brendan Lukens of Modern Baseball bared all during an acoustic CUB Alt show that nearly pushed the Library Auditorium past its fire code limit.
“Welcome,” the debut full-length from Slaughter Beach, Dog, is set to be released on Friday, Sept. 30.