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20 post-hardcore bands who took concept albums to the next level
20 post-hardcore bands who took concept albums to the next level
Post-hardcore is especially rich in concept albums. Perhaps that’s because the immense vocal palette—from tender crooning to raw screaming—lends itself to expressing emotions. The music similarly matches. Sure, metalcore can deliver crushing breakdowns, but it rarely gets as intimate as this companion genre. There’s also the...
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...
Here are 10 of the most unexpected collabs to come from 2020
Here are 10 of the most unexpected collabs to come from 2020
What's better than a new track by one of your favorite artists? That's easy: a collaboration between multiple favorites. Despite all odds, 2020 has proven to be the year of collabs. From MGK and Halsey's shared pop-punk debut to FEVER 333 and Run-DMC's "ANIMAL" remix and merch line, we've been consistently surprised by some great team-ups. Re...
19 underrated bands from the 2010s who deserve another listen
19 underrated bands from the 2010s who deserve another listen
The 2010s started with the release of the iPhone 4 and ended with the election of Donald Trump, who one-downed nearly every single global calamity daily with 280 characters on Twitter. On the mainstream music front, one could argue that the 2010s was the birthplace to the second British invasion, with acts such as Adele, Ed Sheeran and One Direction dominating the charts...
19 scene albums from 2005 you probably still have on repeat
19 scene albums from 2005 you probably still have on repeat
In 2005, an unexpected but revolutionary wave of scene music hit the mainstream. It was the year Myspace rose in the online ranks social media and became the most popular of its kind. It gave bands new avenues to introduce their unique sounds to the masses and familiarize the world with the classic scenester selfie pose: brutally teased hair, one eye hidden behind bangs and a kissy face to match..

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