Review: A Great Big World’s “Is Anybody Out There?” Jan24

Review: A Great Big ...

It has a bit of a Ben Folds feel, stirred in with some punk rock. It’s the album played when things in life are at their worst, and it’s a prescribed dosage to sulk in the sadness but also to rise above it. A Great Big World’s newest album, “Is Anybody Out There?” featuring the...

Review: Moving Mountains Self-Titled LP Sep16

Review: Moving Mount...

There’s something silencing about the rain. Despite the tapping of water against windows and the car tires bubbling the water as they accelerate http://www.laviagraes.com/prospecto-viagra-100 down the road, the world is at rest, it seems. Similarly, Moving Mountains’ self-titled album...

Review: Balance and Composure “The Things We Think We’re Missing” Sep10

Review: Balance and ...

On their sophomore album, The Things We Think We’re Missing, The Pennsylvania Alternative Rock quintet Balance and Composure have not only avoided the dreaded “sophomore slump” but have successfully expanded upon their original sound, maturing as a group without getting rid of their...

Interview: Chuck Sha...

“Are http://www.laviagraes.com/female-viagra-en-espanol you guys ready to quit your jobs and go fulltime?” That’s a question that most truly passionate musicians would probably love to hear. When members of the Chuck Schaffer Picture Show were asked that after entering the Ernie Ball...

Interview: Reel Big ...

These guys are no first timers, having been a http://www.viagragenericoes24.com/ part of Warped Tour five times prior and being together for 22 years – longer than The Beatles. Reel Big Fish, a ska-punk band based out of California, revisits Warped Tour time and time again to live their...

Interview: Anarbor a...

This year being their second full Warped Tour, the best part for this band remains the same: the fans. It arises opportunity to meet a whole array of people – metal, dance and punk – all bands and fans that Anarbor would never usually tour with. Their performance on the Domo Stage was...

Interview: The Swell...

Originating from Michigan and Canada, they claim the Great Lakes region to be their “place,” and having one of their best-yet performances, The Swellers, needless to say, have been having a productive shift in their record label from Fueled by Ramen to No Sleep Records. Chris Hansen,...

Interview: MC Lars a...

It’s always been cool to, well, be cool, but what about a nerd? Hip-hop artist MC Lars embraces knowledge in his art, making it his own cool-vibe with songs like “Flow Like Poe,” a rap referring to poet Edgar Allan Poe. Rapping about classic literature and not being ashamed? Now that is...

Interview: Motion Ci...

Powering through the exhaustion, Jesse Johnson, keys for Motion City Soundtrack, aims to please both the band’s oldest and newest fans, playing songs from all five of their records, including songs from their newest album “Go.” “(We’re here to) play for people who haven’t seen us...

Vans Warped Tour 2013 Aug05

Vans Warped Tour 201...

Visiting one city at a time, the Vans Warped Tour brings out the people that strive to be different, expressing themselves through their fashion choices, art on their skin and what music they blast through their earbuds. This isn’t a festival where people waste time in the parking lot...

Moving Mountains Announce New Album Aug02

Moving Mountains Ann...

Westchester, NY ambient indie rockers Moving Mountains will release their http://www.laviagraes.com/ 3rd full-length on September 10 via Triple Crown Records. The self-titled effort is the full length follow up to their Triple Crown debut Waves. Since the release of Waves in the...

Show Review: fun. at...

The Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center (most commonly known as CMAC) had no problem filling the seats for double Grammy-winning and recently VMA-nominated Fun. The group is in the middle of headlining the Most Nights tour, supported by the identical twin sisters of indie...

CUSSES Kickstart Second Studio Album Jul10

CUSSES Kickstart Sec...

Fresh off their U.S. tour, avant-garde indie rock trio CUSSES have launched a Kickstarter campaign, asking help from fans to raise funds for their second full-length studio album. The forthcoming album follows their recently released and critically praised self-titled debut, which came out...

Topshelf Records and Diamond Youth Launch Free Sticker Campaign Jul01

Topshelf Records and...

Topshelf Records and Baltimore, MD Alternative rock quartet, Diamond Youth are inviting fans to Paint The Town Orange with a new sticker campaign in which one lucky fan will win a test pressing of the band’s critically lauded Orange EP, which was released earlier this year. Fans can...

Stream: “Take You Back” By Steve Layman Jun21

Stream: “Take You Back” By Steve Layma...

Summer in upstate New York almost has a romantic quality. The landscape transforms to a lush green. You can finally escape the cold pessimism of winter. And it’s the perfect time to roll down the windows in your heap of a car and blast some new punk tunes through your tin-can speakers. Listening to upstart folk-punker Steve Layman’s new track “Take You Back” is the perfect catharsis song for these summer road trips. The track kicks off with a driving punk foundation and builds with winding mini-guitar solos layered behind Layman’s passionate vocals. The song is off the the Rochester-based artist’s upcoming...