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Photos: William Ryan Key @ Sneaky Dee’s

Photos by: Justin Roth – Pop-Punk singer-songwriter William Ryan Key, who is best known as the former frontman of pop-punk band Yellowcard, and who released a pair of solo EPs in 2018 titled Thirteen, and Virtue, performed at Sneaky Dee’s in Toronto last night (March 5th). Advertisements

Taking Back Sunday Announces Second Leg of 2019 North American Tour

By: Staff – Throughout 2019, Taking Back Sunday is celebrating their 20th anniversary with a year-long celebration, including an extensive worldwide tour, paying tribute to their catalog – and their fans – with full album performances, plus a 21-song career-spanning compilation (featuring two new songs), titled Twenty, available now on Craft Recordings. Today (2/26), the band has announced the second leg of … Continue reading

Interview: Marianas Trench Talks “Phantoms”, Stage Design, and Edgar Allan Poe

By: Jessica Nakamoto – Thanks to Vancouver-based pop-rockers, Marianas Trench, 2019 is about to get real. Known for taking fans on cinematic deep dives through the honesty of love, loss, and real-world relationships via a slew of soaring ballads and catchy guitar riffs, the inspiring multi-platinum and Juno award-winning quartet is back once more with yet … Continue reading

Warped Tour Announces 25th Anniversary Concerts

By: Staff – Following the announcement that 2018 would be its final cross-country run, the Vans Warped Tour headed out for a final summer of music, philanthropy, and community. Looking back on it now, founder Kevin Lyman shares, “It was truly an honor to do a final cross-country run of Warped in 2018; to see fans from all … Continue reading

Photos: Real Friends, Boston Manor @ Mod Club

Photos by: Morgan Harris – Pop-Punk band Real Friends, who released their third album, Composure, on July 13th, 2018, which featured the singles “Get By”, and “From the Outside”, performed at the Mod Club in Toronto last night (Nov. 20th) with UK pop-punk band Boston Manor, who released their second album, Welcome to the Neighbourhood, on September 7th, 2018 via … Continue reading

Photos: Tonight Alive @ Manchester Club Academy

Photos by: Harris Tomlinson-Spence – Australian pop-punk band Tonight Alive, who released their fourth album, Underworld, on January 12th, 2018 via Hopeless, performed at Manchester Club Academy in Manchester, UK last night (Nov 13th).

Interview: Good Charlotte Talks “Generation Rx”, Lil Peep, & the Opioid Crisis

By: Lucy Sky – The millennial generation has seen tragedy in many ways, but the opioid crisis has become the biggest catalyst in inducing tragic events that it has seen so far. Through their nearly two-decade-long career, Good Charlotte has focused on depression, suicide, mental health, and many more heavy topics in their music. Their latest album however, was directly … Continue reading

Photos: Joyce Manor @ The Opera House

Photos by: Morgan Harris – Pop-Punk band Joyce Manor, who released their fifth album, Million Dollars to Kill Me, on September 21st, 2018 via Epitaph, performed at the Opera House in Toronto last night (Oct. 18th).

Former Blink-182 Singer Tom Delonge’s UFO Company is $37 Million in Debt

By: Curtis Sindrey – Former Blink-182 singer-guitarist Tom Delonge’s academy for UFO research has racked up a debt of over $37 million. The “To The Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences”, which Delonge founded in 2015, aims to “understand phenomena [that] has always been suffocated by mainstream ideology and bureaucratic constraint”, according to the company’s website. The company claims that … Continue reading

Photos: 311, The Offspring @ Budweiser Stage

Photos by: Stephan Ordonez – Reggae Rock band 311, who released their twelfth album, Mosaic, on June 23rd, 2017 via BMG, which featured the singles “Too Much to Think”, and “‘Til The City’s On Fire”, and was co-produced by John Feldmann (Blink-182, Mayday Parade, The Struts), performed at Budweiser Stage in Toronto last night (Aug. 28th) with  California-based punk … Continue reading

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