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Ashnikko may not know her genre, but Paramore will always be a go-to
Ashnikko may not know her genre, but Paramore will always be a go-to
There are plenty of adjectives that Ashnikko admittedly avoids when describing her music. It’s not quiet. It’s not soft. And it’s never really been sweet, but she’s working on the vulnerability stuff.  On a personal level, too, it’s almost easier to understand 24-year-old Ashton Nicole Casey by examining how she doesn’t describe herself. She’s not a rising artist with an expir...
Here’s how Dance Gavin Dance became their own hometown heroes
Here’s how Dance Gavin Dance became their own hometown heroes
While Dance Gavin Dance have had to put touring in support of their phenomenal new record Afterburner on hold this year, they’ve managed to find new and creative ways to connect with fans. In lieu of a cross-country headlining tour and their annual Swanfest celebration, the band are giving fans something they’ve been requesting for years with Tree City Sessions Volume 2.  Unlike...
Here’s how 3OH!3 grew as artists after ‘WANT’ for their comeback
Here’s how 3OH!3 grew as artists after ‘WANT’ for their comeback
2020 has been a whirlwind of a year, full of things we couldn’t anticipate in our wildest dreams. One of those was the triumphant return of 3OH!3.  The duo from Boulder, Colorado, made up of Nathaniel Motte and Sean Foreman, have been a staple in the scene since they started making music in the early 2000s, releasing their first self-titled album in 2007. Read mor...
Here’s how Meet Me @ The Altar are changing the landscape of pop-punk
Here’s how Meet Me @ The Altar are changing the landscape of pop-punk
As 2020 prepares to close up shop, no one needs a reminder that it has been one hell of a year. Between COVID-19 and the election alone, it’s been a relentless beast. Bands not being able to tour or perform live was a devastating blow for musicians and fans alike, so when something good happens for these artists during such an adverse time, celebration is vital. F...
iDKHOW aren’t anybody’s lowest common denominator with ‘Razzmatazz’
iDKHOW aren’t anybody’s lowest common denominator with ‘Razzmatazz’
In real life, it is indeed true that time flies when you’re having fun. But sometimes in your head, it runs painfully slow, like medical procedures, governmental policy changes and living in a pandemic. Ever since Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman of I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME landed on the cover of Alternative Press in January 2019 (AP 366), we’ve been wait...hang on.....