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20 scene closing album tracks that you should always skip to first
20 scene closing album tracks that you should always skip to first
Sometimes you have to finish before you start. While streaming and playlists have killed the album experience for some, there are plenty of other music fans who still clamor for the full record. The bands below found creative and inspiring ways to end their LPs with a song so strong, it remains the perfect closing statement to their batch of standout tracks...
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...
Warped Tour: The only tour that mattered since 1995
Warped Tour: The only tour that mattered since 1995
Starting June 29-30 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the Vans Warped Tour will hold its final high-decibel celebrations of punk rock and youth culture. Once the traveling roadshow returns to Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, July 20 and 21, founder Kevin Lyman’s great touring experiment will become a part of rock ’n’ roll history, much like how Grateful Dead tours were for the hipp
Sierra Kay and hardcore dudes are Neaux—exclusive premiere
Sierra Kay and hardcore dudes are Neaux—exclusive premiere
Neaux is the story of an unlikely pairing exploring new sounds, specifically the duo of singer Sierra Kay (VersaEmerge, VERSA) and guitarist/songwriter Nick Fit (Loss Leader, Trash Talk). They're joined by bassist Ryan Briggs (Have Heart, Raindance) and drummer Chris Peters for their eight-song debut, Fell Off The Deep End, an immersive body where bits of alt, shoegaze and grungy punk are made pre
Ex-VersaEmerge, Decoder vocalist returns on first song with new band, Makari—listen (exclusive)
Ex-VersaEmerge, Decoder vocalist returns on first song with new band, Makari—listen (exclusive)
Tampa-based Makari are premiering their new song "Melt," taken from their EP set to drop this fall. The track is the first to feature their new lead vocalist, Spencer Pearson (formerly VersaEmerge and Decoder), and is about the feeling of being in love—and the emotions that go along with it. Check it ...

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