There’s something inherently off-putting about clowns—the creepy over-exaggerated smiles, the unnatural make-up—but they’re generally supposed to be a sign of fun and happiness. Which is why indie band Circa Waves decided clowns would be the perfect symbol for their upcoming release Sad Happy. “A clown was always an image we thought represented [the album] quite […]
A lot can change in ten years: personalities, tastes, relationships. For Mayday Parade the last ten years have been a chance to grow as a band, explore new ways to entertain, and to connect with their fans. Which is why—almost exactly a decade after seeing them live for the first time—I’m sitting on a tour […]
Picture this: It’s a humid 90 degrees and you’re on a rooftop in New York City with 3000 other people. On one side is the Manhattan skyline; on the other Brooklyn. Everyone is turned toward a stage—the Brooklyn Bridge visible just behind it. On it, a band dressed in pink stands. One of the members […]
Opening for a legendary artist like Mike Shinoda is no small feat but the four guys in Don Broco are not easily daunted.
Don Broco is a band that doesn’t play by the rules, but their funky poppy rock music is making waves across North America.
In part two of our interview with Biffy Clyro, the band talks subconscious nerves and being joined at the hip.
Simon Neil talks about the differences between American and European audiences in part one of our interview with Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro.
Hannah Hines spoke with Take This To Heart Records owner Joe Urban to outline his journey and get some great insider advice, and give you song recommendations from the label.
New Jersey’s Chasing Down Sunset is introducing the world to Post Emo Sadcore and with their new EP, “A Proper Introduction”, they’re just getting started.