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New Found Glory – Makes Me Sick – New Album Review

Forming back in 1997 and having just released their 9th studio album, Makes Me Sick, New Found Glory is a pop punk band we grew up loving. With having just celebrated their 20th anniversary as a band, they wanted to challenge themselves with this new

Emo Nite LA Invades NYC

Emo Nite LA is coming to NYC and taking over ALL three floors of Webster Hall! What is Emo Nite LA? It  is a monthly event that brings together people who share the love of emo rock music from the 90’s, 2000’s, and today. Different notable musicians from

“Patience is a Virtue That Should be Exercised Liberally”- Interview with Tom Weaver of Casey

This alternative band from South Wales, UK is taking the music scene by storm. Having just released their debut full length, Love Is Not Enough, Casey is eager for the reactions on this very personal album. With the attention to detail and love of the

The Friday Night Boys Reuniting?! + Interview with Andrew Goldstein

There’s nothing more exciting to a fan than a band getting back together.  That’s exactly what this band is doing, well for one show at least.  For the first time with the complete original line up since breaking up back in October of 2010.  The

“Effort Doesn’t Necessarily Mean Success”- Interview with Nick Ghanbarian of Bayside

Seventeen years and seven albums released, Bayside has and continues to touch the lives of their dedicated fans with their music.  Bayside is comprised of Anthony Raneri- vocals/guitar, Jack O’Shea- lead guitar, Nick Ghanbarian- bass, and Chris Gugliemo- drums.  Approaching the two decade mark as

“No One is Going to Work Harder For Your Band Than You”- Interview with Mariel Loveland of Candy Hearts

Candy Hearts can be described as an indie/pop-punk band comprised of three New York, New Jersey natives. This east coast band includes singer/guitarist Mariel Loveland, drummer Mathew Ferraro, and bassist John Clifford. Throughout the years, the band has put out three albums and four EP’s.

Interview with Ryan Dunson of Rookie of the Year

With a total of three records already released, this North Carolina band has only bigger and better things in store for us in 2017.  Rookie of the Year has a kinda indie-pop-rock vibe, as described by singer Ryan Dunson. In the very beginning Rookie of

Interview with Buddy Nielsen of Senses Fail

Forming back in 2002, the New Jersey band, Senses Fail has used the last 15 years to put out one EP and six albums.  Breaking into the music scene with the release of their EP From the Depths of Dreams, in 2002, which originally started

Interview with Thieves

Born out of Austin, TX. Thieves are an aggressive pop punk band revered for their vigorous live shows and reflective lyrics.  Delivering powerful guitar riffs paralleled by atmospheric leads. Their sound challenges and aims to advance the pop punk genre.  The band formed back in