1 year ago | Concerts
Most bands would take not developing much of a fan base over their early years, let alone eight early years, as a sign to throw in the towel. This is certainly not the case for NOFX. What started off as a hardcore punk band in the early ’80s slowl...
2 years ago | Local Wire
The new year means new beginnings, fresh ideas, and more chances to give birth to new projects. In such a populous area, we are privy to a tremendous amount of ambition and diversity when it comes to the local music scene. The area's creative clas...
2 years ago | Americana
It’s surprising how much attention a band can get for playing the music they love. Nashville’s Legendary Shack Shakers are no strangers to this. The southern gothic rockabilly act goes above and beyond much of those genres to throw down their capt...
2 years ago | Interviews
Not many bands survive the passing of time, let alone when members move cross-country. Yet, Fatigo manages to come together amidst breaks, relocations and new projects. If anything, the fact that the band can evolve, taking on new members and styl...
2 years ago | Punk & Hardcore
Bad Religion's first album came out in 1982. That's 35 years ago. They're still pumping out new albums and selling concert tickets nationwide.With this kind of longevity comes a massive catalog of hundreds of songs. Therefore, it's understandable ...
2 years ago | Ska
Not many bands get the privilege of working alongside musicians and producers they love. The Toasters are one such band to have done so (creating record labels Moon Ska Records in the '80s and Megalith in the 2000s), and they've been doing it that...