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Jimmy Eat World, Pinkshift and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Jimmy Eat World, Pinkshift and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Check out The Latest — for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now. Pistol packs a punch This week, Danny Boyle’s much-anticipated Sex Pistols miniseries, Pistol, arrived on Hulu. Told through the eyes of guitarist Steve Jones, the six-episode retelling of the Sex Pistols’ story hits just as hard as their music. Read our review ...
10 best emo albums of 2011, from Taking Back Sunday to Sleeping With Sirens
10 best emo albums of 2011, from Taking Back Sunday to Sleeping With Sirens
To properly dissect the best emo albums from 2011, one must not be afraid to use the term “emo” broadly, as this style of music can take shape across multiple genres. In 2011, emo was arguably at its lowest point commercially, as the mid-to-late 2000s boom had slowly faded away at the turn of the decade, followed by the genre’s dip into happier and more neon territory. However, due to ... Read Mor
The Maine release “Loved You A Little” live performance video—watch
The Maine release “Loved You A Little” live performance video—watch
The Maine have released a live performance video of "Loved You A Little." The visual was filmed at Webster Hall in New York City during their tour. The live recording of "Loved You A Little" features special guests Adam Lazzara (Taking Back Sunday) and Charlotte Sands, who both appear on the studio version of the song...
The Maine and AltPress team up for limited-edition heart-shaped flexi disc
The Maine and AltPress team up for limited-edition heart-shaped flexi disc
Being a band for 15 years is no small feat. The Maine, however, have planned out the legacy they’ll leave behind since their inception. We’re ecstatic to announce that the five-piece are on the cover of our April issue (#405), featured alongside Denzel Curry, Stand Atlantic, Orville Peck, Bloc Party, Ghost and many more. Check out ...
Waterparks, Limp Bizkit and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Waterparks, Limp Bizkit and 8 other things you need to check out this week
Check out The Latest – for all the essential new music, tickets and livestreams you need right now.   Waterparks and Neck Deep unite for Sad Summer   …and they’re bringing Mayday Parade, The Summer Set, Against The Current, State Champs and more along for the ride, too. These shows are going to be a lo...
My Chemical Romance announce epic tour dates with over a dozen special guests
My Chemical Romance announce epic tour dates with over a dozen special guests
My Chemical Romance have announced additional North American tour dates featuring a truly epic roster of artists. The band revealed 14 new tour dates and also released additional tickets for already sold-out events. During their run, the band will be joined by a massive roster of special guests, including Waterparks, Badflower, Thursday, Turnstile, Surfbort, and Taking Back Sunday...
How Blind Barber created a barbershop-meets-cocktail lounge experience
How Blind Barber created a barbershop-meets-cocktail lounge experience
With locations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia, Blind Barber is hands down the most definitive barbershop experience in the U.S. Not only are guests treated to top-notch services, world-class hair products and a complimentary cocktail, but once the service is complete, you can simply walk through the door in the back and be transported to a retro-inspired and exceptionally desig
The Maine team up with Charlotte Sands, Adam Lazzara on “Loved You A Little”
The Maine team up with Charlotte Sands, Adam Lazzara on “Loved You A Little”
The Maine have released a new song "Loved You A Little" featuring Charlotte Sands and Taking Back Sunday's Adam Lazzara. The track, accompanied by a music video, is a break-up anthem —arriving just in time for Valentine's Day. Singer John O'Callaghan, Lazzara and Sands all spoke about the song in a press release. “...
When We Were Young festival announces second date with same lineup
When We Were Young festival announces second date with same lineup
After destroying the internet with hype and nostalgia, When We Were Young festival has already sold out. Live Nation has added a second date to the touted festival, Oct. 23, due to high demand. Read more: Artists and fans react to When We Were Young festival's epic announcement The When We Were Young festival will now take place at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on Saturday, Oct...

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