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Basslines and Protest Signs is Brett Callwood’s column looking at the intersection of music and politics. This week talks about artists’ opinions on getting the COVID-19 vaccine.
All Time Low is headlining the run accompanied by The Maine, The Story So Far, Movements, Grayscale, Yours Truly, and Destroy Boys.
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 […]
The Maine have announced The Mirror Tour this fall, an “immersive audio and visual experience unlike anything The Maine has done before.”
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 […]
Congratulations to our winner, Taylor Dionne from Maine, who’s about to take the best summer vacation ever! Rock with them at Sad Summer Fest in Anaheim, CA. Thanks to everyone who entered the #Sad4Summer contest! Win tickets to the Sad Summer Fest featuring State Champs, Mayday Parade, The Maine, Mom Jeans, Stand Atlantic, + Just […]