Everything We’ve Been Waiting For: Hayden

Canadian indie musician Hayden will be releasing a remastered Everything I Long For vinyl in celebration of the album’s 20th anniversary. Although Hayden has released several albums after his debut in 1995, this one still seems to be the one that resonates the most with fans. It was recently certified …

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NOFX: First Ditch Effort

For the last 30 years, punk rock legends, NOFX, remained in the spotlight by pushing the boundaries of music and of the times. They were formed in 1983, but did not find much success until the release of their fifth studio album, Punk In Drublic, in 1994. The band …

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Good Charlotte: Youth Authority

Pop punk superstars, Good Charlotte, are back after their nearly five-year break. The band announced the end of their hiatus late last year and shortly after released their single “Makeshift Love.” Last November, the group played their first show since 2009 at The Troubadour in West Hollywood. The band released …

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Heaven Knows You Won’t Want To Miss This: The Pretty Reckless

You may know her as little Jenny Humphrey from Gossip Girl, but Taylor Momsen, the frontwoman in rock band The Pretty Reckless, isn’t so little anymore. The group released the single “Take Me Down” from their upcoming album in August, and once again hit the top spot on …

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Carry On For 40 More: Kansas

Kansas, the American rock band known for hits such as “Carry On My Wayward Son” and “Dust In The Wind,” is currently on their 40th anniversary tour for Leftoverture. The band just released a highly anticipated studio album in September entitled The Prelude Implicit, and they will …

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Something You Won’t Want To Forget: Too Close To Touch

Lexington, Kentucky-based band, Too Close To Touch, released their second album, Haven’t Been Myself, through Epitaph late in September and have received nothing but positive feedback. The album came out at #3 Alternative Album and #133 on Billboard’s Top 200 Current Album Charts. This alt-rock quintet features …

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An Interview With Night Riots: Something Personal

Night Riots are an on the rise alt-rock band hailing from a small town in Southern California. The bandmates—Travis Hawley, Nick Fotinakes, Matt DePauw, Rico Rodriguez, and Mikel van Kranenburg—started playing together in their garages while they were still in high school and are currently touring all over the United …

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Beware The Bowery: Lorraine Leckie & Her Demons

In the early 2000s, Lorraine Leckie got her start in the Lower East Side open mic scene. Since her beginning, she has performed all over the U.S. and Europe and has released five albums. Leckie’s next album is set to be released in 2017 and is a rock record recorded …

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Fighting Gravity: Against The Current

Pop rock trio, Against The Current, released their first full-length studio album, In Our Bones, last spring. The band, from Poughkeepsie, NY, gained their fame after posting covers of songs by a variety of different artists on YouTube. After extreme popularity on the website, the group released their …

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It’s Something In The Water: Hannah Gill & The Hours

Hannah Gill & The Hours is an American band that combines classic rock with blues to create catchy, soulful songs. Led by 18-year-old lead singer and songwriter, Hannah, the band produces heartfelt tunes, each telling its own personal story. Hannah moved to New York from North Carolina last year after …

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