The Mazlows debut full-length Community Locker updates turn-of-the-century pop-punk with the strength and precision the genre has since adapted.

Across 14 tracks, the Denver band conjure up the light-hearted, high-octane energy of Blink-182, though without all the comic relief, and embed it with pumping guitars and in-your-face vocals.

“The meaning around the title Community Locker bends around our nostalgia for our younger selves and coming to terms with adulthood,” says vocalist/guitarist Nate Hout. “In high school, we had the notorious ‘Community Locker’ that anyone could open. I would call it half senior prank, half social experiment.”

Listen to Community Locker on Bandcamp and Spotify.


Cameron Carr's writing has appeared in New Noise Magazine, Tuned Up, Susbtream Magazine, and The Deli, among other publications.

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