Following the release of her debut solo single, Jen Razavi, the co-frontwoman of The Bombpops, has issued the accompanying music video for “Saw In Half.” Razavi‘s debut track, produced by Will Yip (known for his work with Circa Survive, Turnstile, and La Dispute), is a hauntingly atmospheric showcase that beautifully draws out her tenderness and vulnerability. Further cementing the line, “Lovely assistant to the stage/Here’s a trick, we call it heartbreak,” the cinematic visual for “Saw In Half” metaphorically analyzes a failing relationship comparing it to the toxic one-sideness between a magician and their assistant. Razavi is acting as the… Read more »
Having made a name for herself in punk rock with her group The Bombpops, and touring alongside genre titans such as Descendents, Bad Religion, and Against Me!, vocalist/guitarist Jen Razavi (Jen Pop) has launched her debut solo track, “Saw In Half.” The Will Yip-produced (Circa Survive, Turnstile, La Dispute) single is hauntingly, atmospheric showcasing Razavi’s tenderness and vulnerability. Where there were once fast, driving rhythms, distorted guitar riffs, and melodic hooks, Razavi has traded in for a more stripped-back, delicate approach. Detailing a failed relationship that’s left the narrator feeling broken and alone, “Saw In Half” is an introspective and… Read more »
Part 2 of Darrin’s chat with Jen Razavi, guitarist-singer for The Bombpops as TS and Darrin enjoy Sailor Jerry (Sailor Jerry month).
Part 1 of Darrin’s chat with pal Jen Razavi guitarist, singer for The Bombpops as TS and Darrin enjoy Sailor Jerry (Sailor Jerry month).
Canadian alt-rockers, The Beaches have dropped a brand new single today, “Blame Brett” and announced their forthcoming sophomore LP Blame My Ex due out September 15th. The new track is extremely cheeky to say the least. The Beaches give a new perspective to the break-up anthem by being equally parts funny, mournful, and scathing. They sing “So sorry in advance / Before you take off your pants / I wouldn’t let me meet your friends / I wouldn’t let me near your dad”. They continue with the line “Don’t blame me, blame Brett / Blame my ex”. Pretty hilarious right?… Read more »
Just one week out from the glorious return of Bamboozle Festival after a 10-year hiatus, the festival has announced its decision to cancel the May 5-7 event. This year’s 2023 fest would mark Bamboozle Festival’s 20th anniversary and had scheduled performances from some of the largest names across an array of genres. Today the festival deleted their twitter account, along with all posts on their Instagram. In regards to the cancellation, they quickly uploaded a statement to instagram. Read it below: “After extensive discussions, we have made the heartbreaking decision to cancel Bamboozle 2023. An incredible amount of time, dedication,… Read more »
Our love for Against The Current runs strong and we’re going to be replaying their new music video over and over again. We’ve been in love with “good guy” since the band dropped the new single last week. Their tour kicked off immediately after the single’s release and we are itching to hear “good guy” live. Now we have the next best thing because the music video for “good guy” is officially here. The entire video is full of aesthetically pleasing red fabric flowing, butterflies, and plenty of middle fingers. Chrissy Costanza is truly captivating. It’s as if she’s singing… Read more »