Great Minds Vibe Alike: An Interview With Two Tongues

It’s not too often we are blessed with the opportunity to see our favorite musicians collaborate with one another on such spontaneous occasions. However, there is one dynamic duo within the pop punk and emo community who not only aims to please their devoted audiences, but they also feed off …

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Shedding New Light: An Interview With Balance And Composure

Since releasing their heavy-hitting sophomore effort, The Things We Think We’re Missing, Balance And Composure spent a lot of personal time off following their co-headlining tour with Title Fight in the fall of 2013, along with making limited tour appearances since then. This past summer, the beloved Pennsylvania-based act …

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All The Colors Of The Dark: An Interview With Marissa Nadler

Marissa Nadler was one of the first musicians that I discovered early on when I began my journey as a contributing writer for The Aquarian Weekly. When I came across her sixth studio album, July in the winter of 2014, I was immediately floored by her work. Conveying a …

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An Interview with Touché Amore: Softer Spoken

California post-hardcore outlet, Touché Amore, returns with Stage Four, the band’s first proper full-length since releasing the existentially driven, Is Survived By, back in 2013. Not only does the record’s title alone carry a lot of significance as their fourth studio album, but Stage Four is also a …

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An Interview With The Dillinger Escape Plan: Calculating Infinity

With a monstrous career that lasted for almost two decades, The Dillinger Escape Plan was a group that boldly persevered without any rules to abide by. Raising the bar with their pure intensity, the band received countless notoriety throughout their career, mostly for their energetic feats and unpredictable live performances.…

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An Interview With Brian Fallon: We Sing With Our Heroes

After an eventful summer filled with various festival appearances here and there, Garden State’s beloved singer-songwriter, Brian Fallon, is back on the road once again to begin another supporting tour to celebrate his latest studio effort, Painkillers. Since the record’s release this past spring, Painkillers received great praise from …

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An Interview With Bayside: Pretty Vacant

A year after celebrating their 15th anniversary milestone as an active touring group, New York-based pop punk heroes Bayside return to celebrate the release of their seventh studio full-length, Vacancy, with a month-long tour alongside The Menzingers and Sorority Noise to close out the summer on a strong note.…

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An Interview With The Menzingers: The Party’s Here

Normally around this time of year, we would usually see a lot of touring activity from Philadelphia punk heartthrobs, The Menzingers. However, after headlining a few intimate Jersey-based gigs earlier in the year at The Boneyard in Atlantic City, and at Crossroads in Garwood, the band took a short break …

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An Interview with Moose Blood: Making Me Blush

This time last year, English-based quartet Moose Blood spent their summer traveling across the sea as a supporting group on the Vans Warped Tour. Gaining initial momentum from their No Sleep Records debut, I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time, in 2014, the band delivers serene musicianship …

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An Interview with Nothing: Tired Of Tomorrow

To follow-up their stellar debut, Guilty Of Everything, Philadelphia-based quartet Nothing was originally set to put out Tired Of Tomorrow, their highly-anticipated sophomore effort through Geoff Rickly’s independent label, Collect Records. As news began to spread nationally of former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO, Martin Shkreli, this past fall—who increased the …

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