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PHOTOS: Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Rivals, Sunday at Noon, After the Calm – Scottsdale, AZ

In the wake of the release of their new album, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus hit the road for a multi-city tour with Los Angeles based band, Rivals. The Arizona stop also featured local acts Sunday At Noon and After the Calm. Check out photos below and purchase tickets for the rest of Red Jumpsuit Apparatus’ tour here. Also check out the social media for every band that performed at the Arizona show. Red Jumpsuit Apparatus: Facebook – Instagram – Twitter – Youtube Rivals: Facebook – Instagram – Twitter – Youtube Sunday…

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LIVE REVIEW: Innings Festival

The best part about music festivals is the wide variety of bands you get to see in one spot. Innings Festival was no exception. This was the first year for this festival in Tempe, Arizona and it could not have been more perfect. For those that have never been to Arizona in March, it is baseball fan heaven. Between the sporting events and the great weather, it is truly a destination for anyone looking to enjoy the outdoors. Day one was a great introduction to the vibe the weekend would…

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The Rubens Roll Into SF

The Rubens are in their Junior Year since debuting back in 2013 with their self-titled album. And like all Juniors, there is an air of confidence among them that helps lift their situation no matter where they roam. The Rubens, a band from Australia, are far from their hometown of Menangle, New South Wales, as they embark on their “Million Man” march across the US, Canada, and half of Europe! In all, the band will visit 20 cities in 7 countries and be back in Oz by mid-April. They’ll hit…

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PHOTO REVIEW: Self Help Fest Orlando

Over the weekend, Self Help Fest made a stop in Florida for the very first time. The festival, presented by A Day To Remember, brings together bands from multiple genres whose music and messages reflect positivity. The lineup for the Orlando date included the festival hosts, Underoath, Less Than Jake, The Story So Far, Streetlight Manifesto, Real Friends, Dance Gavin Dance, Bad Omens, State Champs, Attila, Moose Blood, Wage War, and The Plot In You.  The next date for Self Help will be October 7 in Detroit, Michigan. Headliners for the day include Rise Against, Pierce The Veil, and, of course, A Day To Remember. To see…

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REVIEW: Boston Calling Makes Debut at Harvard Athletic Complex

In its inaugural kickoff at Harvard’s Athletic Complex, Boston Calling has gone from Boston’s best known little festival to a massive event. This year’s festivities took on a new life and a totally new vibe due to the location switch—which is what we’ll be focusing on for the majority of the review. Because come on, you already know the music is amazing. You’ve seen the lineup. But more on that later. Getting there The walk from Harvard Sq to the festival grounds (about 15 min to actually get inside) isn’t bad, but it…

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Live Review & Photos: Bush at REBEL, Toronto

May 18 will forever be scarred by the tragic loss of one of the greatest grunge (and overall rock n’ roll) singers of all time, Chris Cornell. On that day of shock and sadness there was a positive caveat for fans to come together and enjoy music of the same era as Bush passed through the Toronto’s Rebel Nightclub while on tour for their latest album Black and White Rainbows. After opening their 105-minute set with their very first single dating back to 1994, “Everything Zen,” frontman Gavin Rossdale commented…

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Live Review & Photos: Needtobreathe & Colony House at The Danforth Music Hall, Toronto

In a period that is so currently bogged down with political anxiety, it’s nice to come together as a unit to enjoy some good music and good times. That was exactly what happened Thursday night when southern rock band, Needtobreathe, brought their All The Feels Tour to Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall and shared with us their sixth studio album, Hard Love. Starting the night off were Tennessee indie rockers, Colony House. A band which features two sons of renowned Christian pop singer Steven Curtis Chapman. Their energy and enthusiasm radiated…

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SHOW REVIEW: Architects, Stray From The Path, Make Them Suffer

In a world with deeply heated political events and a host of other issues, music has become an outlet for many. Casual listeners and diehard fans alike find their purpose at concerts. From the front row mosher to the headlining vocalist, having an outlet for feelings has never been more poignant. This holds especially true for Brighton, England’s Architects. The group, already well-informed and against injustice, experienced a major shift that could turn a lesser band upside down. Architects – and the metal community as a whole – felt a…

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LIVE REVIEW: To Write Love On Her Arms – Heavy & Light 2017

To Write Love On Her Arms is an organization that has been around for over a decade, and in that amount of time, they have helped countless people who have struggled with depression, addiction, and suicide find the resources they need. Each year, the organization has dedicated one night to songs, conversation, and hope in an event called Heavy and Light. This event, held in Orlando, Florida, brings together people from all walks of life from all over the world to hear the words, whether through song, testimony, or poetry,…

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LIVE REVIEW: Arkells + Frank Turner Sold Out Performance in Hamilton, ON

There’s something so special about being witness to a band’s hometown show. When I learned that I’d be in Toronto for Arkells‘ hometown show in Hamilton, ON, just an hour away, I knew I had to be there. I’d been following the band for only a few years, but after being blown away by their performances at SXSW, I knew that they provided an intense energy and stage presence that was only set to amplify when they were back home. Please follow and like us:

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