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Fall Out Boy, Paul Wall All Smiles; Civic Tour Under Way

Fall Out Boy’s headlining stint on this year’s Honda Civic Tour had a rough beginning last month. In fact, the trek didn’t start at all. In April, two weeks before they were slated to hit the road, FOB announced that the 43-city North American run would be delayed a month due to “health concerns.” Now the tour is finally under way – it began Friday in Denver . But at the kickoff, it was another artist on the bill who was drawing a lot of the attention: Paul Wall. The People’s Champ is the only hip-hop artist on a bill… Read more »


Dayseeker Issue Emotionally-Charged “Homesick” Music Video

Following the release of their fifth studio album Dark Sun last fall, Dayseeker has continued to captivate audiences with their latest music video for their ballad “Homesick.” Directed by Orie McGinness, the video showcases the band performing against a neon-hued backdrop, creating a stunning visual representation of the song’s poignant lyrics. While the video may appear simple at first glance, it effortlessly captures the raw intensity and emotional depth that Dayseeker is known for. The band’s frontman, Rory Rodriguez, delivers the lyrics with a passionate and vulnerable performance, layering his vocals over the band’s dynamic instrumentation to create a compelling… Read more »


Toursick wreaks havoc on Los Angeles

For the thousands of eager hardcore fans who gathered under the glittering florescent marquée, there was no doubt that The Wiltern Theatre at the corner of Wilshire and Western boulevards was the place to be Friday night.


The Return of Say Anything: The Brand New Single “Psyche!” Is Out NOW

Say Anything are back together and have released a brand new track, “Psyche!” Today. They are a band that have always done things differently than everyone else. They stuck out like a sore thumb in the scene since their inception in a beautifully unique and transparently broken way. Max Bemis is a genius to say the least and you won’t find another project quite like his. Hell, their first full-length album, …Is A Real Boy, was intended to be a performative musical that transformed into a two-part melodic odyssey. With spoken word interludes, triumphant and drastic sonic changes within each… Read more »

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