Spring has sprung. The sun shines, the flowers bloom, the birds and the bees do their thing. Life, uh, finds a way, or whatever. But even as nature emerges from hibernation, Moderate Rock, you might have noticed, has slowed down to almost a stop. It’s not permanent, it never is, but things might be quiet around here for a couple more months to come.

While I haven’t found much time to write about music though, I haven’t stopped listening. Never will. And the #ModerateRockMixtape will continue to be updated.

Last month it featured the best punk rock song of the year so far, a band with a single song to their name, and a band with 30 years behind them.

This month, I hope you find something to love.

  • DRUG CHURCH- ‘Myopic’
  • CITRUS- ‘Corduroy’
  • SEMAPHORE- ‘Nothing’
  • HELLO MARY- ‘Evicted’
  • WAKELEE- ‘Tug of War’
  • SUPERCHUNK- ‘Everything Hurts’
  • LONG DISTANCES- ‘Lovesong for an Apocalypse’
  • BLEACH LAB- ‘Indigo’
  • THUS LOVE- ‘Centerfield’
  • LOW COAST– ‘Hard to Believe’
  • KEATON HENSON- ‘The Meeting Place’
  • GIVE UP TO FAILURE- ‘Weakness’
  • LIA KOHL- ‘Sit on the Floor and Wait for Storms’
  • BACKSTEP- ‘Shadows’
  • SPACESHIPS- ‘Spillt’

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