Dan Bowyer

Concert Review: Fossil Youth, Coldfront, and Rarity

As part of their recent tour with Fossil Youth, Hamilton, Canada’s Rarity headlined Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto on February 16th, 2018. Fossil Youth Oklahoma isn’t the first place that comes to mind when thinking of post-hardcore music.  That said, Fossil Youth are making a name for themselves in the genre.  On the penultimate day of… Continue reading Concert Review: Fossil Youth, Coldfront, and Rarity


New Music Friday: February 23, 2018

Happy Friday! All your hard work throughout the week is about to pay off. Reward yourself with some incredible new albums from these amazing bands: Milestones — Red Lights We Were Sharks — Lost Touch Turnstile — Time & Space Secrets — Secrets What are your thoughts on the new music that dropped today? Did we miss any albums or… Continue reading New Music Friday: February 23, 2018

Skylar Cleland

Concert Review: Asking Alexandria

Crown the Empire, Asking Alexandria, and Black Veil Brides came through Atlanta on the “Resurrection Tour” last week and I had the absolute pleasure of attending and photographing the show. Crown the Empire Crown the Empire was first on this packed lineup and as soon as they came out on stage, they had everyone on… Continue reading Concert Review: Asking Alexandria


Exclusive interview with Household

Minneapolis trio Household is set to drop Everything A River Should Be tomorrow, February 23, 2018 via Equal Vision Records. The 11 tracks featured on this dynamic full-length are driving, feel alive, and possess a magnetism that is absolutely attractive. We got a chance to talk to the band about the release and more: ST: Household is… Continue reading Exclusive interview with Household

Dan Bowyer

Album Review: We Were Sharks — Lost Touch

After coming together in 2011, years of grinding has paid off for Ottawa, Canada’s We Were Sharks, as they recently inked a deal with Chicago-based Victory Records.  The Canadian sextet is about to release their debut full-length effort for the label entitled Lost Touch which is due for release on February 23rd, 2018. Lost Touch is a… Continue reading Album Review: We Were Sharks — Lost Touch

Angela Rose

Concert Review: Walk the Moon

I’m convinced that Walk the Moon is from a different, magical dimension. Their songs, stage performance, and personalities just radiate love and good vibes. The moment they announced their “Press Restart Tour,” I instantly sent my best friend a text and told her that we were going. Since the show was going to be in… Continue reading Concert Review: Walk the Moon

Features · Taylor Wells

Album Review: Secrets — Self-titled

Let’s start by saying I originally didn’t plan on doing a review for this album. I know of Secrets and have seen them multiple times over the past couple years between opening for bands I went to see or even seeing them at Vans Warped Tour. I was a huge fan of the album Fragile… Continue reading Album Review: Secrets — Self-titled