We were all awaiting the return of our favourite masked metalheads, and 2019 made our wishes come true. America’s faceless heroes Slipknot have returned to the stage and airwaves this year, finally … [Read more...] about Album Review: Slipknot – We Are Not Your Kind
Live Well Nose Dive August 2, 2019 The Bowery Electric New York City, NY Live Well, an emo punk band from Yonkers, headlined The Bowery Electric this past Friday night. A quaint basement space, … [Read more...] about Show Review: Live Well, Nose Dive – The Bowery Electric
The sad lo-fi punk band formerly known as Kamikaze Girls are soon releasing a new 10-track album under the updated moniker Cultdreams. Slated for August 16 on Big Scary Monsters, Things That Hurt … [Read more...] about Album Review: Cultdreams – Things That Hurt
The cover art for Sudden Sky, the newest album from Texas metalcore band Crown The Empire, depicts the group's four members as digitally rendered 3-D models. They are posed to match the emotions each … [Read more...] about Album Review: Crown the Empire – Sudden Sky
Indie-pop music has been on something of a retro kick these days. With bands such as The 1975 asserting dominance, it seems the new wave sounds and styles of the 80s are finding their way back onto … [Read more...] about Album Review: HUNNY – Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, there was speculation that punk was prime for a comeback. In theory, it’s in the most dire of political landscapes that political music hits its stride. … [Read more...] about Album Review: Sum 41 – Order in Decline
Chase Atlantic Lauren Sanderson July 23, 2019 Webster Hall New York City, NY Review and photos by Blair Levinger The teenage girl on the VIP balcony wore an oversized black t-shirt, baggy … [Read more...] about Show Review: Chase Atlantic – Webster Hall
Pop music is full of narratives of artists waiting for the moment when they’re finally fully embraced into the mainstream. Alt-pop artist Banks has been steadily building herself up these past few … [Read more...] about Album Review: Banks – III