SIMPLE PLAN // NO PADS, NO HELMETS… JUST BALLS TOUR

Celebrating the 15th anniversary of No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls, Simple Plan have been selling out venues and arenas in the US and Canada for the better part of 2017. Delivering a fun, action-packed performance every night, Simple Plan have proven why they’re still…

September 28, 2017

COURAGE MY LOVE // NO PADS, NO HELMETS… JUST BALLS TOUR

After releasing their first full-length, Synesthesia, Courage My Love have been touring Canada, Europe, and the US seemingly nonstop for the last six months. Upon completing a full run on this summer’s Vans Warped Tour, the trio once again wowed crowds throughout North America…

September 28, 2017

FEATURE // CAN’T SWIM

Getting a foot in the music industry can be something many musicians spend years of their careers doing, all the while putting out music, playing shows, and trying to cultivate a following. For Can’t Swim, however, that journey wasn’t a lengthy one, as their…

September 25, 2017

MANCHESTER ORCHESTRA // TAMPA, FL

Earlier this summer, Manchester Orchestra announced the July release for their highly-anticipated fifth full-length album, A Black Mile To The Surface. At the same time, they announced an album release tour with support from Foxing and Tigers Jaw, making this a super diverse tour…

September 18, 2017

FEATURE // SIR

“French girls, power female directors, and lots of champagne and smoke bombs… An amazing shoot.” If you haven’t seen the music video for SIR’s “So Cold” just yet, you’re going to want to after reading that. SIR is vocalist Sarah Angela, bassist Kim O’Hara,…

September 15, 2017

REVOLUTION RADIO TOUR // TAMPA, FL

To celebrate their most recent full-length release, punk rock legends Green Day embarked on the Revolution Radio tour back in September of 2016, hitting 120 dates all over the world in order to share both older and newer songs with millions of music lovers.…

September 12, 2017

SELF HELP FESTIVAL

What A Day To Remember started in 2014 as a way to promote positivity in the scene has turned into one of the year’s most anticipated festivals, four years in a row. Self Help Festival is right around the corner once again, hitting Philadelphia, Detroit,…

September 1, 2017

ISSUE 16 // POTTY MOUTH

Unfortunately, in 2017, it’s still rare to go to a show and see a lot of women on stage. Despite how it may seem at first glance, there are plenty of amazing, talented women making music and rocking out. With this issue, we wanted…

August 14, 2017

ALBUM REVIEW // OH, YUCK BY SO MUCH LIGHT

No one likes to hear the same story twice, and, for many, listening to the same Chainsmokers hit four times in one day becomes a drag. The electronic music scene is going through an identity crisis where everything and anything new starts to feel…

August 9, 2017

LOCAL SPOTLIGHT // THE RIGS

If you watch HBO, you’ve probably already heard The Rigs’ music. You might just not know it yet. Their unique, swampy, southern rock has appeared on a variety of gritty dramas, including True Blood and Sons of Anarchy, as well as on primetime series…

August 2, 2017