An Interview with Citizen: Heaven Sent

Toledo, Ohio-based quintet Citizen are back on the road in support of the Vans Warped Tour for the first time since 2013. Around that time, the band received an overwhelming amount of praise in the pop punk community immediately after the release of their debut full-length, Youth.

Not only …

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An Interview with Say Anything: Talk About Deja Vu

Around this time last year, Los Angeles, CA-based rock outlet Say Anything were in the middle of a North American tour, celebrating the release of their sixth studio album, Hebrews. This full-length introduced listeners to a 12-song masterpiece that traded the band’s core electric guitar elements with string quartet …

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An Interview with Ceremony: Life Of The L-Shaped Man

There is no question that the musical direction of Ceremony’s sound has been the initial topic of many conversations throughout their long tenure as a band. After releasing critically acclaimed albums like Violence, Violence (2006) and Still Nothing Moves You (2008), the California-based punk quintet was praised for their intensified …

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An Interview with The Movielife: It’s Go Time!

At a time when albums like Lifetime’s Jersey’s Best Dancers, Jawbreaker’s Dear You and Saves The Days’ Through Being Cool were on a constant loop for many bus-rides to school and introspective afternoons spent staring out of my bedroom window watching the sun set, Long Island pop punk veterans …

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Jessi Mechanic: Wandering In Roam

Emerging as a refreshing act based out of the New York City indie rock scene, singer-songwriter Jessi Mechanic definitely made an immediate impression with a favorable sound that passionately embraces every single aspect of the city life through the colorful representation of her work. With an eccentric list of influences …

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Interview with Superheaven: Welcome To Earth

There is no question that the Doylestown, PA-based quartet Superheaven is still the same band as they were since being asked to no longer play under the name Daylight around this time last year. With the release to their sophomore studio effort, Ours Is Chrome, the band continues to …

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Wasted On The Dream: An Interview with JEFF The Brotherhood

JEFF The Brotherhood is a Nashville-based outlet that relentlessly presents an explosive delivery of face-melting charisma that incorporates elements of psychedelic rock, grunge and punk into their highly-charged sound. Led by the tag team stylings of brothers (guitarist and vocalist) Jake and (drummer) Jamin Orrall, the band gained a huge …

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An Interview with Dawes: Things Happen For A Reason

This week, the North Hills, California-based folk quartet Dawes released their fourth studio album, All Your Favorite Bands, an indicative record that conveys serene and insightful message that reassures to devoted fans and listeners alike a blissful sense of prosperity through the power of music. As the record’s title-track, …

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A Will Away: Bliss

The word “bliss” is one that I have personally thrown around many times whenever I heavily connect the welcoming embrace of fond, long-lasting memories with the simplicities of finding internal peace. Whether it may involve scenarios of which I’d find myself clinging onto a song esthetically and musically to complement …

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An Interview with Tigers Jaw: The Hum Of Electric Heat

While there were numerous misinterpretations regarding Tigers Jaw’s future after 3/5 of the band parted ways in 2013, the band, however, never officially disbanded or broke up by any means. After releasing their highly-anticipated full-length, Charmer, on Run For Cover Records last summer, their remaining members—guitarist and vocalist Ben …

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