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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

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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

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

Dan Bowyer · Features

Album Review: Senses Fail — If There is Light, It Will Find You

After 16+ years, Senses Fail is still amazing.  Their seventh studio album, If There Is Light, It Will Find You, due for release on February 16th, 2018 via Pure Noise Records serves as definitive proof. Despite numerous member changes over the years, Senses Fail show no signs of slowing down.  Lead single “Double Cross” would… Continue reading Album Review: Senses Fail — If There is Light, It Will Find You

Exclusives · Features · Maggie Schneider

Q&A with melodic-punk band, Turnspit

Punk music is taking over the music scene once again these days. With more punk bands breaking into this market, and well-known bands like Say Anything and The Menzingers going on sold-out tours, it’s impossible to ignore this genre and all that it stands for. To me, punk music is all about making commentaries on… Continue reading Q&A with melodic-punk band, Turnspit

Dan Bowyer · Features

Album Review: Stuck Out — You Won’t Come Home

It is a travesty that Melbourne, Australia’s Stuck Out are one of the best kept secrets in the scene.  Hopefully their forthcoming EP You Won’t Come Home being released on February 9th via Greyscale Records will change that. You Won’t Come Home is a very strong collection of pop-punk tracks that build on the energy… Continue reading Album Review: Stuck Out — You Won’t Come Home

Features · Skylar Cleland

Concert Review: Neck Deep and special guests

Last Friday Speak Low if You Speak Love, Creeper, Seaway, and Neck Deep came to Atlanta, Georgia. I had the privilege of attending and photographing the show. Speak Low If You Speak Love Speak Low kicked things off and it was my first time seeing this band play live. I was expecting their performance to be… Continue reading Concert Review: Neck Deep and special guests