Derek Smith aka Mod Sun has stood the test of time. His early beginnings in music started in hardcore bands Four Letter Lie and Scary Kids Scaring Kids. He later went solo and showed us he could not … [Read more...] about Album Review: Mod Sun – Internet Killed The Rockstar
Trying to navigate your life at 17 can be a difficult task. When you’re a 17-year-old megastar and have won a Grammy in all four major categories including Album of the Year, it’s even harder. In … [Read more...] about Film Review: Billie Eilish – The World’s a Little Blurry
The sophomore record can be a true test of any band or artist’s worth or longevity and has gone on to define many a career. For UK alt-rock indie band Pale Waves, the group showcased immense potential … [Read more...] about Album Review: Pale Waves – Who Am I?
What does or doesn’t define punk rock has and will continue to be an ongoing discussion in the music industry. When discussing its future, however, no conversation is complete without the … [Read more...] about Album Review: The Sonder Bombs – Clothbound
Self-reflection is something we’re always exploring in one form or another these days. For many musicians, this has resulted in looking inward and presenting some of their most personal, vulnerable, … [Read more...] about Album Review: Hayley Williams – FLOWERS for VASES / descansos
Genre: Pop Punk / Alternative Band Members: Steve - Vocals, Brian - Guitar / Vocals, Nick - Bass, Jake - Drums / Backup Vocals / Piano, Chris - Guitar Location: Westland (Metro Detroit), … [Read more...] about Almost Famous: Aim Lower
At some point, we collectively decided that the whole early 2010s, mega-chugging, sad-boy pop-punk thing was good, actually - probably as the kids who made it popular in the first place grew old … [Read more...] about Album Review: You Me At Six – SUCKAPUNCH
Welcome back to The Mise(ry)-en-Scene, where I’m taking a look at the history of the emo subculture and the Warped Tour scene by discussing a significant album from each year, beginning in 1994 with … [Read more...] about The Mise(ry)-en-Scene: No Doubt – Tragic Kingdom