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What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Mayday Parade, Matt and Kim, Jimmy Eat World, and more.
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from Good Charlotte, Moose Blood, Marianas Trench, and more.
idobi photographer Lindsey Blane covered the Jimmy Eat World show at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC.
Itâ€™s easy around this time of year to bury yourself in comfort food and sad songs, but you can only do that for so long before you need a change of pace. Once youâ€™ve gotten your fill of indulging your winter blues (which we talked about in last weekâ€™s Tuesday Ten), itâ€™s time to move on to curing themâ€”and weâ€™ve got the perfect playlist for that, too.
Jimmy Eat World just kicked off the Futures ten-year anniversary tour this past weekend in California, and idobi photographer Lindsey Blane made the trek out to Sacremento to chronicle the evening.
It’s easy to close a song by repeating the chorus or slowly fading the music out, but every once in a while a song comes along whose ending takes you somewhere completely unexpected.
It’s a struggle most of us have experienced with our families, at least to some degree â€” the parents think the kids’ music is unlistenable garbage, and the kids think their parents’ music was recorded by the first dinosaurs to ever hold guitars. But when you find those rare few bands that occupy the middle ground between everyone’s tastes, it’s a special moment that brings the family together way better than getting a pet fish ever could.
Jimmy Eat World have announced a 10 year anniversary tour this fall for their album Futures, as well as vinyl reissues of Static Prevails, Clarity, and Futures.
Itâ€™s no question that late night drives are best accompanied by great music, but sometimes choosing the playlist to fit the mood youâ€™re in when youâ€™re alone with your thoughts can be difficult. This week weâ€™ve compiled some of our favorite albums to play on those long, nighttime drives when youâ€™re feeling especially introspective.