Make Do and Mend, Cheap Girls

Make Do and Mend

Adamantly earnest and unwaveringly driven, New England's Make Do and Mend has spent the past four years gaining footholds and garnering attention in every corner of today's music landscape. Building off the steam of two previous E.P. releases, a widely acclaimed split 7" with Los Angeles' Touche Amore, and years of relentless touring, the four piece raised the bar for melodic post-hardcore with the 2010 release of their debut LP "End Measured Mile." The follow up to their well-received EPs We're All Just Living and Bodies Of Water, End Measured Mile finds Make Do And Mend building on their gruff brand of punk rock, blending passion and intensity with melody and sincerity. Heralded as one of the best punk records of the year, End Measured Mile has been racking in critical praise, with Alternative Press commenting, "Frontman James Carroll, bearing a gruff bark... guides the band through catchy, texturally dynamic romps," while the band's hometown paper the Hartford Courant says the album "is a collection of volatile songs stuffed full of serrated power chords, battering ram drums and leathery bellowing from singer James Carroll... The mood on End Measured Mile rarely feels less than life-or-death intense."A driving cohesive accomplishment from band that has earned a solid following through rigorous touring and an honest approach to their music and fans, End Measured Mile has only just begun to turn heads. Out of all of the fan fare,Punknews sums it up best: "Simply put,(End Measured Mile is) the most impressive debut full-length of the year."2011 will see MDAM continuing to tour full force, sharing a passionate and unyielding live show, honed in sweaty basements, and proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that hard work and passion are far from dead in music today.

Cheap Girls

Hi, we're Cheap Girls. We're a rock band from Lansing, Michigan.

Our first record, "Find Me A Drink Home," was released April 22nd on the CD (Bermuda Mohawk) and Vinyl (Los Diaper) formats and was released digitally (Quote Unquote Records) for free, with optional donation, on Friday, July 11th, 2008. Our split 7" with Buffalo, New York's Failures' Union came out to coincide with our March, 2009 tour. Around the same time, we did a 7" for Art of the Underground's Singles Series.

In May, 2009, our first LP, "Find Me A Drink Home," was remastered and rereleased by Paper + Plastick Records and is available now.

Our new record MY ROARING 20s was released in early October, 2009 on Paper + Plastick.

Diamond Youth

Diamond Youth. alt/pop/rock from baltimore and chicago and richmond.

Captain We're Sinking

Captain, We're Sinking is a punk band from Scranton, PA, featuring guitarist/vocalists Bobby Barnett and Leo Vergnetti, bass player Zach "Rug Nasty", and drummer Bill "Squid" Oreander (their combined force results in what is known as "Rhythm Section" that is said to be absolutely unstoppable. Wake ass Dj's and conrny sounding MC's alike should proceed with caution and should under no circumstances get theses dudes started).

With one stellar album and one unbelievably brilliant-but-heartbreaking EP under their collective belt, CWS has played the Fest in Gainesville, FL twice now, and undertaken a few small tours, generally around the northeast. They are expected to release a new album sometime in late 2010/early 2011, and a split 7" with the band Timeshares is due soon as well. It should be noted that Bobby Barnett is in fact the brother of Greg Barnett, of Scranton's latest explosive export, The Menzingers. Bobby also doesn't like Cheese Wiz on his cheesteaks. What a freak.

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