Over the last few years, the Baltimore band Turnstile have risen to the top of the word-of-mouth-driven DIY hardcore scene, packing shows everywhere and developing their own melodic, groove-driven sound. And now they’ve made a big leap. Later this week, Turnstile will release Time & Space, their first album for the big indie Roadrunner Records. More »
Next month, Baltimore hardcore marauders Turnstile will complete their leap out of the DIY universe when they release Time & Space, their Roadrunner Records debut. And after sharing the early tracks “Real Thing” and “Generator,” they’ve got a video for new song “Moon,” a searching and melodic two-minute energy burst. Bassist … More »
The question “what would Diplo do?” might best be rephrased as “what is Diplo doing;” the electronic virtuoso’s next step ever unpredictable. Diplo has quickly shifted gears from his recent photoshoot with L’Uomo Vogue to earn a production credit on “Right To Be,” a track expected to appear on Turnstile’s LP Time & Space, due out on February 23.
The accreditation adds “hardcore” to the extensive list of genres with which Diplo has been involved over the course of his career. Given that Diplo boasts quite a star studded list of previous productions for artists ranging from Die Antwoord to Big Sean, however unexpected Diplo’s work with hardcore style arrives, his influence on the forthcoming Turnstile track can only be expected to be advantageous for the punk crew.
Baltimore hardcore warriors Turnstile have risen through the DIY ranks, and now they’re out here working with Diplo and shit. The band recently signed a deal with the massive metal-leaning label Roadrunner, and now they’ve announced that they’ll follow up last year’s Move Thru Me EP with a new album called Time & Space. More »
Baltimore hardcore shit-stompers Turnstile have made the leap from the DIY underground to Roadrunner Records, and now they’ve followed up last year’s Move Thru Me EP with a new single called “Real Thing.” The song is both tough and melodic, and it’s got a serious crunch working for it. In the video, we see … More »
Baltimore face-wreckers Turnstile might be the single biggest DIY hardcore band in the country, and they’ve now gotten too big for the DIY scene. The band has signed on with the giant metal indie Roadrunner Records. But before they get started with that label, they’ll release a new four-song, eight-minute 7″ EP on their own … More »
Right now, the biggest band in hardcore might be Turnstile, the fast and vicious but deceptively tuneful Baltimore crew whose members also play in bands like Angel Du$t and Praise. Last year, the band released the brawl-starting Nonstop Feeling album, and they’ve since inked a deal with the giant metal label Roadrunner. But before … More »