People of Riot Fest 2022

Every year, one of the highlights of Riot Fest is not only the artists, but the people. This year’s Riot Fest was no different. We saw a hell of a turnout, with fans of all ages dressed to the nines and ready to party. We even got a visit from Continue Reading

My Chemical Romance // Detroit, MI // 9.13.22

My Chemical Romance Little Caesar’s Arena Detroit, MI September 13, 2022 Words by Elle Howard (+ Nina Tadic) Edited for clarity by Nina Tadic Photos by Nina Tadic A tour years in the making, fans who have waited a decade (or more) to see their favorite band, a night that Continue Reading

CONCERT REVIEW: You, Me, and Everyone We Know Album Release Show // Chicago, IL // 10.09.21

Words by Tony Smith Concert poster courtesy of Reybee, Inc. and You, Me, and Everyone We Know The last time You, Me, and Everyone We Know played in Chicago was their “farewell” show right before Valentine’s Day in 2017 at REGGIE’S. This was a bittersweet holiday for their fans. I Continue Reading

People of Riot Fest

Something everyone always takes note of at music festivals is obviously none other than the people who attend the fest. Riot Fest is no different, and this year, we went out of our way to do a little people-watching. These are the People of Riot Fest, 2021.

Riot Fest 2021 – Sunday in Photos

There’s truly no better way to tie out the weekend than with Riot Fest’s 2021 Sunday lineup. We managed to catch Pet Symmetry, 3OH!3, K. Flay, Body Count, Fever 333, Thursday, Knuckle Puck, The Ghost Inside, and Machine Gun Kelly, all of whom pulled quite a crowd and put on Continue Reading

Riot Fest 2021 – Saturday in Photos

This year’s Riot Fest was the perfect way to end the summer, and we were lucky enough to attend the entire weekend. On Saturday, we got the pleasure of checking out sets from Citizen, State Champs, Bayside, Vic Mensa and Rise Against. See full galleries of each set below! Citizen Continue Reading

Riot Fest 2021 – Friday in Photos

At this year’s Riot Fest, we got to check out a plethora of artists and bands, both old and new! Friday we got the chance to catch Meet Me at the Altar, Meg Myers, Circa Survive, Thrice, and The Smashing Pumpkins. Check out the full galleries of each set below! Continue Reading

Riot Fest Rewind: Day by Day Recap + Photo Highlights

Thursday Night Preview Party As Riot Fest’s Twitter-er said yesterday…  Remember when I used to joke about “Day 4” of Riot Fest hahaha so funny like some kind of fucking idiot and then Riot Mike decides Riot Fest should be 4 days this year? LOL can’t wait for Day 5 Continue Reading

Phoebe Bridgers + Muna // Indianapolis, IN // 09.08.21

Phoebe Bridgers Reunion Tour w/ MUNA FCU Amphitheater at White River State Park Indianapolis, IN September 08, 2021 In the past year, Phoebe Bridgers has been the talk of the town – collaborating with artists like The 1975, Maggie Rogers, Kid Cudi, and Christian Lee Hutson, as well as making Continue Reading

Kississippi & Insignificant Other // New York City, NY // 8.19.21

Kississippi with Insignificant Other Elsewhere Rooftop New York City August 19th, 2021   Words + Photos by Brooke Morgenstein Following the release of her sophomore album, Mood Ring, Philadelphia based emo-pop solo artist, Kississippi (Zoe Reynolds) is playing her first ever headlining tour with Alabama power pop band, Insignificant Other. Continue Reading

Review: Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR debut is fierce, fun, and cuts like a knife

California native Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR is the youth-filled, energetic, emotional bedroom album that every teenage girl at heart has been longing for forever, and it is truly spotless. The album starts off with a treat for anyone who ever wished Freaky Friday’s Pink Slip was real. “Brutal,” an upbeat track Continue Reading

Taylor Swift’s “evermore” feels effortlessly refined, showcases growth as an artist

For most artists, releasing new music during a pandemic would be next to impossible, and terribly daunting. For Taylor Swift, it appears a breeze, as she has now released not one, but two quarantine albums this year.  Swift’s ninth album, evermore, was announced in the early hours of Thursday, December Continue Reading