Boston, MA’s Somos released their debut LP, Temple Of Plenty, in March on Tiny Engines and the band has released a video for the song “Domestic.” Hit continue reading to watch the video and download Temple Of Plenty now for only $6.
Back in February, Chicago’s Churchkey released one of the most promising debuts in recent memory, The Great American Challenge. Though the EP is only four songs, the band cover a lot of ground, embracing the loud, Fest-ready hooks of Timeshares and the meandering autumn sounds of American Football. Fresh off a weekend tour of the Midwest, we sat down with singer/guitarist Corey Wichlin at Dimo’s Pizza to talk about Drake tattoos, putting on house shows and why Arby’s is so gross.
Fest 13 has announced the second wave of its lineup for this year. Notable bands include Touché Amoré, Masked Intruder, Modern Baseball, and more. Hot Water Music will also be bringing their 20th anniversary tour to Fest. Hit continue reading to see the full list of lineup additions. Continue reading
With our Pick of The Litter feature, we’re sifting through our submissions, personal libraries, and your recommendations to pick out releases that might have otherwise flown under the radar. This week, enjoy the cathartic melodic hardcore of Arthur, Crying’s sunny chiptune vibes, and Karoshi Boy’s bummed out, 90′s pop-punk jams. Continue reading
Nashville, TN’s Free Throw have signed to Count Your Lucky Stars. The label will be reissuing their excellent Lavender Town EP and releasing their debut full-length this summer. You can preorder the 7″ here and listen to the remastered version of Lavender Town by clicking continue reading! Continue reading
Two Knights’ EP A Lot of Bad Things Happened, But We’re Still Here was a crash course on how to write manic and quirky emo that rightfully earned the band comparisons to both seminal albums and modern classics alike. After a few short months, the Denton, TX two-piece have perfected the lo-fi math-rock aesthetic of their early releases with their first proper album, Shut Up. Continue reading
Washed Up Emo has uncovered a video of Jimmy Eat World playing Warped Tour in Dallas back in 1999. The video features great performances from the band’s Clarity-era and turns the late 90′s vibes up to ten with VCR fuzz and a cut off King of the Hill episode at its intro. Hit continue reading to watch the video and go to Washed Up Emo for interviews with your favorite mid-90′s emo bands. Continue reading