Wavves – Culture Abuse // New York, NY 11.09.17

Wavves with Culture Abuse Brooklyn Steel Brooklyn, NY November 9th, 2017 Words and Photos by Jess Williams With the kind of music that I listen to, I’m telling you that I was meant to be in a garage, jamming out for the rest of my life — listening specifically to Continue Reading

Judah & the Lion – The Academic – Tyson Motsenbocker // New York, NY 10.18.17

Judah & the Lion with The Academic, Tyson Motsenbocker Irving Plaza October 18th, 2017 New York, NY Words and Photos by Jess Williams It’s a Wednesday evening. I’m standing outside of Irving Plaza. The weather isn’t the best but the line the enter the venue bends around the block. I’m Continue Reading

Flint Eastwood – Lights – PVRIS // New York, NY 10.10.17

PVRIS Lights Flint Eastwood Terminal 5 New York, NY October 10th, 2017 Words and Photos by Jess Williams My job is to go to concerts, take pictures, and then write about my experience at the show. Due to the high volume of shows I attend for my job, there comes Continue Reading

Self Help Festival // Philadelphia, PA // 9.10.17

Self Help Festival The Festival Pier at Penns Landing Philadelphia, PA 9.10.2017 Microwave, Bad Omens, Angel Du$t, The Plot In You, Stray From The Path, Can’t Swim, Silverstein, Real Friends, Wage War, Moose Blood, Falling In Reverse, Underoath, A Day To Remember Words and Photos by Jess Williams For those Continue Reading

Album Review: Together Pangea “Bulls and Roosters”

California has been known for pumping out their own breed of bands over the years and have come to create a genre of music that is inherently “Californian”. For those of you who don’t know what I’m talking about, take a listen to Wavves, FIDLAR, SWMRS, The Frights, King Shelter Continue Reading

Behind the Lens with Joshua Halling

After his great uncle left him with a heap of analog photography supplies, Brighton, UK based photographer, Joshua Halling fell in love with the art. He got his start by shooting film photography at a local show at his University, where he took an interest in light and shadow. Joshua has Continue Reading

Album Review: Neck Deep “The Peace and The Panic”

Wrexham, UK based band Neck Deep are no strangers to the pop-punk industry. In fact, over the last couple of years since their previous release the band has climbed their way to fame, recently completing a headline world tour that took them through 15 countries and sold over 52,000 tickets. Continue Reading