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Today, there are so many genres and subcategories of Rock ‘n Roll it’s impossible to keep them all straight anymore. Just recently I stumbled upon a new offering by a band that simply stopped me in my tracks. The New Roses, who hail from Wiesbaden, Germany are one of the…
Dear Reader, I know what the title says. I wrote it. But I’m going to ask you to treat these words not as a review, but as a prescription for medicine you didn’t know you needed. You see, my dear Reader, you are sick! Your soul is dying, my friend—and…
Reel Big Fish and Bowling for Soup each elicit a certain kind of energy when it’s their turn to take the stage. On July 28th, 2019 in Los Angeles, California, they called forth that all-too-familiar energy and hurled it out into The Mayan Theater at full force. Although both bands…
Long Beach California’s Picturesque Rainbow Lagoon was the backdrop for it’s annual Crawfish Festival this past Sunday. Hundreds of Cajun food lovers braved the humidity to indulge in a huge variety of Louisiana cuisine, including all the crawfish you can handle. Accompanying the traditional food and drink was an assortment…
The Offspring once said, “The Kids Aren’t Alright”. Not long after they made that statement, a sound, a style, and a message would [re]emerge in music. This scene was for the kids. Not marketed to them. Not focus-group tested, strategically curated, or manufactured. This scene was a response. Someone needed…
I think it's safe to say that the Sad Summer Fest might be the festival that will go on to replace the beloved Vans Warped Tour. Debuting here in Dallas, TX, the Sad Summer Fest was 8 hours of pure music mayhem featuring 8 killer bands on one incredible stage…
Strangelove - The Depeche Mode Experience, is considered by many to be the premier Depeche Mode tribute on the planet today. They have systematically recreated what I would consider the classic Depeche Mode sound and refined it over the years into a truly unique performance that is truly worthy of…
It’s not every day that a festival lives up to the hype we see on TV, radio, or in print. Most promoters promise the moon and stars to potential attendees and then fall flat on their face when the rubber hits the road. In many cases this can be attributed…
Bronson Wisconsin's debut album, Like A Storm, is a multi-layered blend of Indie rock, Latin, Alt-country, Surf, Americana, Folk and Classic Rock. At first blush, that might seem like a lot of ground to cover for an initial release. However, these diverse genres are pulled together masterfully by Bronson Taalbi…
I had the distinct pleasure of covering The Wild Feathers last week at Joe’s on Weed Street in Chicago. I’ve been a fan of this band for quite some time and was excited to finally get a chance to see them in my own backyard. As this was my first…
The bay area may be known for thrash metal legends like Metallica and Exodus, but it's also home to another heavy hitting band from Oakland called Hatriot. Partnering with Massacre Records, Hatriot is set to release their latest album on July 26th and fans are excited for this highly anticipated…
I consider myself a bit of modern age rap connoisseur. That being said, I was pleasantly surprised when I got the opportunity to review up and coming rapper, Maez301’s new EP. This project, titled “A,” is the second four-track installment of a four-part series which spells his name, M, A,…
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