the jazz june
Nineties emo outfit the Jazz June has broken a 12-year silent streak with the release of Over Underground, an indie-punk track with easily traceable basement-in-nowheresville roots. They haven’t lost their sense of spite since they began nearly 20 years ago, but the straightforward rhythm and song structure demonstrate that the band isn’t looking to completely relive those youthful and angst-filled days of yore. Over Under will appear on a split 7-inch with Dikembe due out May 27 via Tiny Engines and Topshelf. Give it a listen below.