Photo and Article Credit: L. Paul Mann The second annual Arroyo Seco music festival took place on the third longest day of the year, Saturday, June 23rd, bringing in the […]
When the surviving members of Sublime decided to start touring and recording together under the Sublime name again, they did so with a talented singer/songwriter by the name of Rome. […]
Proving once and for all that the spirit of punk rock is alive and well, co-founders Kevin Lyman, John Reese and Live Nation’s Rich Best have announced details for It’s […]
As a whole, punk rock’s golden era of cultural prevalence the late 70s, to the early 90s is a period held such high influential regard, that at any given moment there is always somebody naively attempting to breathe life into the genre’s mainstream relevance.
With a new album out to critical acclaim and commercial success (in punk rock terms), Lagwagon can with firm resolution claim that they are back and better than ever. The band kicked off the Hang tour in California this past week with label mates and fellow elder statesmen of the punk scene Swingin’ Utters. With both of these legendary bands, as well as a handful of great opening acts, you’d be a fool to be a punk fan and miss these shows. And you’ll have plenty of opportunity as the tour will wind through not only the United States, but across Canada as well.
Your post holiday doldrums will have to be put on hold come January, as Reel Big Fish just announced a winter co-headline tour with Less Than Jake and special guests […]
Tim Armstrong’s Hellcat label (a subsidiary of Epitaph) has slowed in its releases the last few years, releasing only a couple records a year. But there was a time when they were one of punk’s heaviest hitting labels, releasing records by the likes of Rancid, Dropkick Murphys, Dis-tillers, U.S. Bombs and Aggrolites. Nowadays their roster of bands is still impressive, but it’s the lesser known bands that are the most impressive on the team.