ALBUM REVIEW // BLOOM BY SEPARATIONS

Though many people define themselves by their place in the punk-rock world, there are definitely new stylistic variations branching out of that overarching genre. Experimental sounds often ebb and flow, with some fading away and some developing to be wildly popular. At the moment,…

June 22, 2017

FEATURE // EDISON

“My heart is sprinkled all over the country after so much touring,” vocalist Sarah Slaton laughs. Edison, a three-part indie folk band from Denver, Colorado, has a timeless sound and an impressive work ethic. After forming in late 2014 in what was initially a…

June 20, 2017

ALBUM REVIEW // WOODSTOCK BY PORTUGAL. THE MAN

Ever since release of single “Feel It Still,” Portugal. The Man fans have been at the edge of their seats awaiting the release of Woodstock. Packed with an earful of groovy sounds and vocals, the album is full of experiences rather than just songs.…

June 13, 2017

ALBUM REVIEW // DIFFERENT ANIMALS BY VOLUMES

With the departure of Michael Barr and the introduction of vocalist Myke Terry, Volumes’ upcoming release has been on the radar for metalcore fans for quite some time. When a band goes through major lineup changes, fans often worry that they won’t stay true…

June 8, 2017

HAIL THE SUN, CAPSIZE, EIDOLA, LIMBS

Equal Vision Records has some of the best bands in the scene right now, and this tour is proof of that. With a stacked lineup comprised of Hail The Sun, Capsize, Eidola, and LIMBS, Orlando was treated to an insane show they’ll probably still be…

June 4, 2017

ALBUM REVIEW // HEAVEN EP BY THE BAND CAMINO

The very first time I heard The Band Camino, I was convinced I was listening to the American version of The 1975. Not only does this band make you want to move your body, but their upbeat tunes and love story lyrics will make…

May 31, 2017

ALBUM REVIEW // TWO PARTS VIPER BY ’68

Two Parts Viper, the latest release from ’68, is hard to describe, which is exactly what the duo hoped to achieve. They have never been ones to conform or take the easy way out, and Josh Scogin and Michael McClennan have once again proven that…

May 29, 2017

SAY ANYTHING // NYC

Surprisingly enough, this was my first time seeing Say Anything. If you’ve seen them before, you probably already expect what I’m going to say next: I was most definitely not disappointed. Although they didn’t close out the night in NYC, the band still delivered while…

May 26, 2017

’68 + EVERY TIME I DIE // CHICAGO, IL

Whenever ’68 or Every Time I Die play a show, all you can really expect is the unexpected. And when there’s a show with both of these bands on the bill, you know it’s going to get wild. Together, ’68 and Every Time I…

May 23, 2017

DISCOVER // DADDY ISSUES

Not too often do you find a band like Daddy Issues. The Nashville trio embodies girl power similar to that of the Riot Grrrl days. Although it started as a joke group in 2013, with none of the members actually knowing how to play…

May 19, 2017