With so much music available, it’s hard to figure out the top albums of 2015 on the indie-pop-rock scene. Here are Joel Mak’s picks.
Solid set of gender blending punk rockers Protomartyr reviewed.
Protomartyr shows that you don’t have to cater to the Vevo crowd to sing about things that matter.
Protomartyr’s sophomore album is halfway there — and depending on if you are an optimist or a pessimist, you can take that how you want.