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Jawbreaker announce tour celebrating 25th anniversary of ‘Dear You’
Jawbreaker announce tour celebrating 25th anniversary of ‘Dear You’
Jawbreaker have announced a tour celebrating the 25th anniversary of their classic album Dear You. The run is set to kick off March 18. Read more: 9 bands we wish would come back to make another full-length album Jawbreaker have invited Built to Spill, Descendents, Jawbox, Face to Face, Best Coast, Team Dresch and the Linda Linda’s to support on select shows. Jawbre...
Riot Fest postpones until 2021 and reveals the first wave of the lineup
Riot Fest postpones until 2021 and reveals the first wave of the lineup
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Riot Fest 2020 has been postponed until 2021. The festival announced the new dates and first lineup announcement on June 16. The Chicago-based festival follows a long list of other festivals that have been postponed this year including Lollapalooza, Glastonbury, Coachella and Reading and Leeds...
Jawbreaker song “Bivouac” gets indiest cello rework you’ve ever heard
Jawbreaker song “Bivouac” gets indiest cello rework you’ve ever heard
When the members of emo-punks Jawbreaker finally chose to reconvene for 2017’s Riot Fest in Chicago, it seemed like several generations of indie rockers caused the planet’s global warming problem to spike several degrees. With an appearance scheduled at Riot Fest 2019, there are some other ’breaker activities coming to light. Earlier this ...
Jawbox ‘My Scrapbook Of Fatal Accidents’ reissue befits the strength of their influence (review)
Jawbox ‘My Scrapbook Of Fatal Accidents’ reissue befits the strength of their influence (review)
Jawbox My Scrapbook Of Fatal Accidents Hard to believe, considering that Washington, D.C., post-hardcore legends Jawbox came up in an era where vinyl was king, but this marks the first time the band’s posthumous 1998 singles collection, My Scrapbook Of Fatal Accidents, is getting the vinyl treatment. And, ...
“The rise and fall of the post-Nirvana boom I don’t care about”—J. Robbins hits the road
“The rise and fall of the post-Nirvana boom I don’t care about”—J. Robbins hits the road
This week, J. ROBBINS, the vocalist/guitarist from such respected outfits as Jawbox, Burning Airlines and Office Of Future Plans goes out for a string of seven shows, along with Jonah Matranga (Far, New End Original, onelinedrawing). The dates are a great opportunity for fans to hear Robbins and his cohorts from Office Of Future Plans—cellist Gordon Withers and bassist Brooks Harlan on keyboards—a
12 ’90s Emo Bands That Need To Reunite Already
12 ’90s Emo Bands That Need To Reunite Already
 It’s all the rage nowadays: All the punk and emo bands the current generation of music fans didn’t get to see in their prime are being pulled out of retirement. Some do a full tour or two (Mineral, Sunny Day Real Estate); others play shows here and there (Refused, At The Drive-In, Cap’n Jazz, the Promise Ring, Knapsack, Quicksand) and reissue their catalog with bonus cuts (American Football, Texa
Worn In Red – Banshees
Worn In Red – Banshees
Worn In Red Banshees Worn In Red have been one of the Southeast region's best-kept secrets of the last few years. Perhaps it's because they only tour a few months out of the year, but nonetheless, they've been churning out brash, moody punk with post-hardcore angularity, emotional hardcore aggression and melodic restraint since 2007. While thei ...
Office Of Future Plans – Office Of Future Plans
Office Of Future Plans – Office Of Future Plans
Office Of Future Plans Office Of Future Plans This review originally ran in AP 281. Vocalist/guitarist/producer J. Robbins would probably laugh out loud at the notion of having “icon” status in the underground. Though he may not have coined the term “straight edge” or had a problem selling merch at Burning Airlines shows, Robbins has always remained a forward-thinking spirit. His new outfit, O