Canadian rock artist Keith Mosfet grew up playing in punk bands around the Brantford and Hamilton, Ontario areas, before using this new release to showcase his solo talents. The new album titled "Superficial Hypocrite" features ten tracks that display Keith's playful songwriting, surrounded by an addictive, indie-pop melody. The opening title-track "Superficial Hypocrite" carries that addictive chorus, which makes you stop caring about what everyone else thinks. The tempo picks up with the British-sounding vibe of "Where Love Will Grow," right before an influencial cover of The Kinks' "I'm Not Like Everyone Else." Keith desperately pleads to "Set Me Free" on the growing alt-pop song, along with the fun, upbeat melody of "Let Me Go" overtakes the song's dark, obsessive lyrics. To find out more about Keith Mosfet and his latest release "Superficial Hypocrite," please visit .
Canadian punk/alternative rock band, Pink Leather Jackets recently released a new six-song EP titled "Good Love." It helps solidify the band's party attitude with the wildly energetic opening track "Shed." They dive into the nostalgic tone of the title song "Good Love," which features buzzing guitars, along with a garage rock vibe. Before you know it, Pink Leather Jackets wrap up their new album with the reckless, fun punk rock attack of "Call You When I'm Drunk" and the rough, acoustic run-through of "Evening Medicine." To find out more about Pink Leather Jackets and their latest release "Good Love," please visit facebook.com/PinkLeatherJackets.