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5 Disney Princess Songs That Could Transform Into Pop-Punk Anthems

When you think about your favorite childhood films, it is likely that a Disney Princess or two come to mind. If you grew up in the late 90s or early 2000s, you were probably obsessed with singing songs from each soundtrack with your parents. Something is to be said about how this music made us feel as kids. With today’s diverse and inclusive lineup of characters, how this music makes us feel today.  The current catalog of Disney Princess songs features a wide range of genres and cultural influences. From the shimmering sounds of Middle Eastern guitars in ‘Aladdin,’ to… Read more »


9 Moments You May Have Missed At When We Were Young Fest 2023

This past weekend’s When We Were Young Fest sizzled under the scorching sun in Las Vegas, NV, as it kicked off on Saturday, October 21, and emerged as the ultimate pop-punk playground for fans of all generations. In contrast to last year’s weather-related cancellation on the first day, this year’s festival ran seamlessly, cementing its place in the annals of pop-punk history as a spirited showcase of pop-punk prowess. Read more: Green Day Announces New Album ‘Saviors,’ Releases New Single Featuring a riveting lineup that ranged from rising stars such as Beach Bunny, KennyHoopla, and Jean Dawson to seasoned pop-punk… Read more »


Taylor Acorn Is Anything But A ‘Certified Depressant’ On New EP

Now more than ever, we need female role models in rock music. That is, women who raise their voices onstage and off to give the next generation of artists the confidence to stay true to who they are and write songs that reflect that. The road can sometimes feel rocky, and there will always be criticism, hate comments, comparisons, and misperceptions. But it’s about turning those challenges into something honest and beautiful that will help break the glass ceiling.  Nashville-based pop-punk songstress Taylor Acorn is cutting out the noise and writing about her journey as a female artist on her… Read more »


We Need To Revive Lilith Fair: The All-Female Music Festival

“Did you know there was an all female music festival back in the 90’s?” My mother asked me this question a few weeks ago as we were getting ready to go out to dinner. Standing side by side in my hall bathroom, making some last minute touches to our hair and outfits, Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) blasted from the living room speakers. My mom has always been my go-to when it comes to women in music, exposing me to an endless slew of amazing female artists as I grew up. The conversation started as we praised Taylor Swift for the… Read more »


9 blink-182 Covers That Rival The Original Version

Over the past three decades, blink-182 has carved an everlasting niche in the hearts of their fans through their extensive discography, electrifying live performances, and their unapologetic live-while-you’re-young attitude. As an inseparable part of the pop-punk/punk-rock community, the trio has left an indelible mark through their music and antics. While the unmistakable sound of blink-182 is deeply ingrained in our collective consciousness, numerous artists and bands have dared to take on the challenge of covering their iconic tracks. With each cover, they breathe new life into the songs, traversing genres and showcasing their own creative flair. From the punk princess… Read more »

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