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Ryan Key and Derek Sanders want you to ditch cliché workouts– here’s how
Ryan Key and Derek Sanders want you to ditch cliché workouts– here’s how
You may have started the new year with some lofty wellness goals. But was working out alongside Ryan Key and Derek Sanders among them? Maybe it should have been... In a move straight from our wildest dreams, the Mayday Parade and Yellowcard frontmen have partnered with Cardio Sport to co-host and DJ a pop-punk-fueled, emo night-style fitness class...
See Bayside celebrate life’s little moments in acoustic ballad “Light Me Up”
See Bayside celebrate life’s little moments in acoustic ballad “Light Me Up”
New York City pop-punk quartet Bayside are celebrating their 20-year-anniversary and showing love to their fans as they do it. Though they couldn't go on their 20 Years Of Bad Luck tour with Senses Fail, Hawthorne Heights and Can't Swim and share their two decades-worth of discography with listeners, they are offering their followers a special surprise: Acoustic Volume 3...
Hear Senses Fail and Saves The Day take on these Misfits classics
Hear Senses Fail and Saves The Day take on these Misfits classics
Senses Fail and Saves The Day just surprised a lot of fans ahead of the Halloween weekend. The two bands teamed up for the new split Through Being Ghoul that features some reimagined versions of classic Misfits songs. Read more: See Smashing Pumpkins’ spin on a gothic Western love story in “Ramona” It's been a while since we last heard new releases from Senses Fail and Saves The Day. In 2019, Sens
19 scene albums from 2008 you’re probably still blasting in your car
19 scene albums from 2008 you’re probably still blasting in your car
As legendary bands in the scene continued to mature musically and grow away from the genres that they became known for, newly established musicians were creating blends that sparked new categories for scene music. In 2008, Fall Out Boy released their last album before their hiatus, and I Set My Friends On Fire popularized crunkcore...
17 scene albums from 2006 you probably still listen to daily
17 scene albums from 2006 you probably still listen to daily
By 2006, scene culture had grown roots in every mainstream area possible. Myspace took over as the primary mode of social media communication, and bands spread like wildfire once they uploaded music. It was a whirlwind year, as music became more accessible to a larger group of people, Hot Topic brightened its lights and studded belts were an essential accessory...

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