When We Were Young Fest is the place to be to revive your inner emo kid with nostalgic pop-punk and alternative hits, all while hearing new tracks from your favorite artists and meeting fellow Warped Tour lovers. This year’s lineup boasts an array of rock ‘n’ roll legends, including headliners Green Day and blink-182. Plus, attendees will have the chance to see the likes of 5 Seconds Of Summer, Motion City Soundtrack, Turnover, Gym Class Heroes, The Veronicas, and many more iconic acts. Lucky ticket holders also get to see reunions from bands returning from hiatus or artists who only… Read more »
Yellowcard celebrated the 20th anniversary of their iconic album Ocean Avenue with a sold out show at New York’s Pier 17, and it was life-affirming, emotional and so wonderful.
The time is here! Yellowcard have shared “Childhood Eyes”, their first new music since 2016, and it is so good to have them back.
Whether it’s the soothing melodies that offer solace in moments of sadness or the empowering lyrics that ignite a fire within, the Songs That Saved My Life compilations tell a unique story of personal triumph and resilience. The idobi team has teamed up with Hopeless Records to mark this year’s Mental Health Awareness Month. From rock staples such as Good Charlotte’s “The Anthem” to punk-rock classics such as Green Day’s “When I Come Around,” the diverse range of musical genres represented in our personal Songs That Saved My Life reflects the universal nature of human emotions and struggles. Today, we’re… Read more »
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 »
You cannot miss the opportunity to hear Amy Lee sing “Save me” in chorus with a packed arena.
Radio Uprising showcases the greatest bands and artists that tomorrow has to offer, including: Snake Eyes, Fake Names, Ragers, and Dead Lakes
Dear Journal, It’s that time again: new year, new me! (Yeah, I know I’m super late but I’ve been busy.) Like I’ve done for the past few years, on December 31 I queued up a song on Spotify, ready to hit play as soon as midnight rolled around to make sure I started the year off with the right vibe. This year’s winner? The Maine with “Dirty, Pretty, Beautiful”, naturally. Obviously, you know I gotta rep my boys in The Maine always. But as I was scrolling through the artists I follow, I started thinking about what was missing from… Read more »
My Chemical Romance is back.
Today we talk about the POC: Punks of Color exhibit in Georgia, upcoming tours, and Angelina Jolie’s humanitarian work in Yemen. POC: Punks of Color Exhibit Photographer Arvin Temkar teamed up with Punk Black in 2019 to capture pictures of people of color who are in the punk community. Now his work is being shown off in the exhibit “POC: Punks of Color”, as part of the “Georgia FENCE” project in Georgia. In an interview with WABE he said, “I had this experience for much of my life going to punk shows in the states, being one of the only… Read more »