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Exclusive Premiere: Watch The Small Calamities’ New Video for “Waste My Time”

By: Staff – Emerging LA-based indie rock band The Small Calamities is back with a new video for “Waste My Time”, which you can watch exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. On the single, lead vocalist Charlie Wolf shares, “I was thinking about how sometimes people get older without really maturing or learning which led to this song – ‘I’m not … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Moni Grace’s Debut Album “Safer Under the Covers”

By: Staff – Rising pop-punk soul singer-songwriter Moni Grace has released her debut album, Safer Under the Covers,, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. The album includes 16 tracks, including her latest single “Coffee Table,” and features music and lyrics by Grace, guitar by Grace, Rachel Moon,  Cisco V, and Nathan Wright, bass by Jesse Coutu … Continue reading

Motion City Soundtrack’s Justin Courtney Pierre Announces New EP, Shares “Dying To Know”

By: Staff – Motion City Soundtrack frontman Justin Courtney Pierre has announced the release of a new EP titled, An Anthologist on Mars, on March 12th via Epitaph.  Produced by Brett Gurewitz, listen to the first track from the EP “Dying to Know” below. In a statement from Pierre said: My obsession with Debbie Reynolds started at a … Continue reading

Exclusive Premiere: Stream Frontside’s New Single “Einstein Killed Me”

By: Staff – North Carolina-based progressive pop-punk band Frontside is back with their new single “Einstein Killed Me”, which you can stream exclusively via Aesthetic Magazine below. Walter Stanley of Frontside shares about the single: “’Einstein Killed Me’ is about the conflicting feelings one goes through knowing that you need to break things off with a significant … Continue reading

Dashboard Confessional Announces Long-Awaited Vinyl Reissue of “The Swiss Army Romance”

By: Staff – Dashboard Confessional have announced that the second installment of their vinyl reissue series, The Early Days, will be the long-awaited vinyl re-release of their seminal 2000 debut album, The Swiss Army Romance. The series, which continues this year’s DC20 20th anniversary celebration, spotlights the albums and EPs that defined the band’s formative … Continue reading

Seaway Announces New Album “Big Vibe”

By: Staff – Seaway will release their new album Big Vibe on October 16th via Pure Noise. A guitar-driven collection of songs with big hooks and a bigger attitude, Big Vibe will feature the title track, which you can watch the video for below. “We can’t wait to introduce the new era of Seaway. Big Vibe is … Continue reading

Watch PUP’s New Video for “Anaphylaxis”

By: Staff – Toronto’s PUP released the massive Morbid Stuff last year to critical acclaim, earning countless year-end nods, their late-night debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers, and a largely sold-out world tour that had them on the road for a solid 9 months. Now the band returns with “Anaphylaxis,” their first new material … Continue reading

Album Review: The Used – “Heartwork”

By: Jessica Nakamoto –     “I sung of chaos and eternal night,” John Milton proclaimed as he put ink to paper nearly three and a half centuries ago. Remembered as the author of the greatest English epic poem of all time, Milton demonstrated that detailing the fall of humanity wasn’t necessarily a light tale to … Continue reading

Watch A Day To Remember’s New Video for “Mindreader”

By: Staff – A Day To Remember have released their brand new single “Mindreader”. Check out the music video, animated by Awesome, Inc. [Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Squidbillies], below. Meeting an overwhelming demand from fans for new music, A Day To Remember has decided to reveal the track off their forthcoming full-length, You’re Welcome. About … Continue reading

Jimmy Eat World Announce 2020 “Criminal Energy Tour”

By: Staff – Jimmy Eat World have announce their 2020 “Criminal Energy Tour”. The 20 date summer run will start in Atlanta, GA on August 6th and culminate in a hometown gig in Phoenix, AZ, Labor Day Weekend, on September 5th. New Jersey based The Front Bottoms will join the tour as direct support with Turnover … Continue reading