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19 of the best debut albums to come out of the scene
19 of the best debut albums to come out of the scene
They say you have your entire life to create your debut album, but they’re usually pretty terrible. However, these scene acts went above and beyond the call of duty, making bona fide masterpieces from the very start. There’s hardly any filler on these records, and many of the albums mentioned here are fan favorites to this day, many years and albums later. Just don’t...
These are 19 of the best music videos to come out of the scene
These are 19 of the best music videos to come out of the scene
MTV launched Aug. 1, 1981, and eventually took over the planet as a youth authority and a music video jukebox that had the power to catapult an artist’s career to the stratosphere. As YouTube and other streaming platforms took flight in 2005, MTV slowly started becoming more obsolete and less meaningful as a video network, and other stations suffered as well. Some...
9 times ‘Glee’ gave alternative songs an unforgettable spin
9 times ‘Glee’ gave alternative songs an unforgettable spin
Glee wasn’t just your typical 2010s teenage drama series, and any former “gleek” will proudly tell that to you.  The show soundtracked an era, as well as brought a lot of representation to primetime TV. There were complex characters, some who you loved and hated at the same time, and it was filled with show-stopping musical numbers with dancing, singing and more.  Read more: Smash Mo...
Here’s 20 iconic guitar riffs from the 2000s you’ll recognize immediately
Here’s 20 iconic guitar riffs from the 2000s you’ll recognize immediately
What's that old saying? "What goes around comes around?" All we're saying is that plenty of new things grow out of old soil. We saw how the '90s grunge scene killed the hair-farming aspects of '80s metal. So it was inevitable that the next gen of rockers would marry sick riffs with expanded guitar shredding...
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..
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...
10 scene songs that got you through your first breakup
10 scene songs that got you through your first breakup
We’ve all experienced heartbreak in one way or another over the years, but none compare to your first breakup and the scene songs that helped you through it.  Picture it: It's the 2000s, and you’re sitting at your family’s computer spilling your heart out to all of your friends on AOL Instant Messenger about your first breakup. You log on to Myspace...
The All-American Rejects get rebellious with “Gen Why? (DGAF)” video
The All-American Rejects get rebellious with “Gen Why? (DGAF)” video
The All-American Rejects have dropped a video for their track “Gen Why? (DGAF)” that’s an amazing throwback sing-a-long.  The video shows kids running from the cops and generally just being rebellious. Read more: Marilyn Manson joins ‘American Gods’ season 3 as death metal singer The video itself has an old-school vibe with the graphics and special effects, as it's even in black and white at some
Warped Tour closes the book with YUNGBLUD, NOFX, Sum 41 and more
Warped Tour closes the book with YUNGBLUD, NOFX, Sum 41 and more
The day has finally come and went, Vans Warped Tour is officially over. While we will be forever hoping for another reunion, the last day was a fitting end to the only tour that mattered. The final show featured electrifying sets from the All-American Rejects, Andy Black, Atreyu, Circa Survive, Dance Gavin Dance, Juliet Simms, Machine Gun Kelly, NOFX, Sleeping With Sirens, Sum 41, the Story So Far

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