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Jersey City, NJ
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Vine House mainman Mark Stancato understands power pop in a way few can match. The ability to carry off an entire disc of top-notch music of this caliber is near-impossible. The Sweet's Desolation Boulevard slew charts with its finesse, as did The Knack's debut, and Vine House has aced the feat as well, sliding some Kinks in while doing so. --

The guitars and vocals shimmer, the songs pay homage and still sound fresh - Vine House's Young Regret was my welcome-to-summer wake-up call. Give it a listen on your own back porch, beach trip, or top-down drive. -- Muse's Muse

The jangle and thrum of twin guitars against the rumble and crash of a 4/4 backbeat. Harmony vocals punching up the sing-along choruses. Quick, stabbing solos, expansive flourishes and crescendos, total sweaty commitment to each and every song. Young Regret is an album that gains impact with each listen, but whose appeal remains essentially visceral -- drums and guitars and harmonies ringing out for the greater glory of rock and roll. -- The Daily Vault

There is plenty of variety throughout the album and something for almost everyone. Impossible to forget and easy to love, Young Regret has been the perfect addition to my summer soundtrack. -- Indie Music Stop

"Killer on the Road" is a track that skillfully blends together a doo-wop sound with a contemporary approach to rock. The vocals are the pinnacle on what is already a solid step forward; where the vocals provide listeners with a hooky set of melodies, they also are more intricate than one would hear at first blush. -- NeuFuture Magazine