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

ALBUM REVIEW: Replica of a Strange Love, by Wristmeetrazor – It Can’t Make You Stay, But It Won’t Let You Leave

Wristmeetrazor. A name like that clearly illustrates what they are: A modern take on an early 2000s metalcore sound with an emo twist. If their name alone doesn’t draw you in, surely their team of powerhouses will. With Justin Fornof (ex-Molotov Solution) as the lead vocalist and bassist, Jonah Thorne Continue Reading

EP REVIEW: A Sure Disaster, by SeeYouSpaceCowboy & If I Die First – Worlds Literally Collide in a Chaotic Emo Masterpiece

SeeYouSpaceCowboy are a hardcore/metalcore band coming out of San Diego, California. They`ve quickly become a staple in the community, having played in the ever-growing LDB Fest, and soon playing the anticipated return of Furnace Fest. Their members range all corners of the scene, in bands such as Wristmeetrazor and Buriedbutstillbreathing. Continue Reading

Another Perfect Set From Chris Farren!

This tour is loaded with potential- New York’s Macseal is an indie/emo revival powerhouse. They released their debut full-length Super Enthusiast in late 2019. Songs like Always Hazy, Lucky For Some, and Graduating Steps capture the melancholy of being in your twenties faced with the realities of adulthood while trying Continue Reading

Grayscale and Hot Mulligan Turn The Observatory Upside-Down

WSTR brought their British take on power pop to sunny California and played an opening set that really amplified the energy in the spacious venue. Vocalist Sammy Clifford led the crowd through fist-pumping anthems of individuality and non-conformity. Sammy held their values of lifting each other up very literally when Continue Reading

Saves The Day // Toronto, ON 11.06.18

Saves The Day The Opera House Toronto, ON November 6th, 2018 Words and Photos by Joanna Glezakos Pop-punk outfit Saves The Day performed at Toronto’s  Opera House on November 6th with openers Kevin Devine and An Horse. The band kicked off their tour earlier this month in celebration of their Continue Reading

Gerard Way returns with new single “Baby You’re a Haunted House”

Gerard Way has made a return with his new single “Baby You’re a Haunted House,” which is his first release since 2016’s Hesitant Alien Record Store Day b-sides. Way put out a statement about the song yesterday on his Facebook, saying “So glad that people are enjoying the song, here is a Continue Reading

CommonWealth Release Video for New Single “Fear”

Orange County alternative rock group CommonWealth have released a music video for their current single, “Fear,” as a hint of what’s to come with their forthcoming album. Founded in 2016 by ex-members of Movements and Hotel Books, it is no secret that CommonWealth can describe themselves as “honest music for Continue Reading

Album Review: Casey “Where I Go When I Am Sleeping”

Words by Nina Tadic Where I Go When I Am Sleeping, Casey’s highly anticipated sophomore record, has been released for less than a day, and in that time has made waves. On the band’s 2016 release, Love Is Not Enough, the band did an good job of establishing their style, both sonically and Continue Reading