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MY FIRST TIME: Face Value Features My First Time 

MY FIRST TIME: Face Value

Our first split was with emo/acoustic artist, Chris Swartz, in the winter of 2015. He came to us with the idea of doing an acoustic split and we thought it would be a killer idea, being something we hadn’t done at the time. Plus there’s something warm and inviting about an acoustic song, especially in the dead cold of winter in Maryland.

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The Front Bottoms Announce Short Summer Tour Indie News 

The Front Bottoms Announce Short Summer Tour

The Front Bottoms have announced a short run of tour stops scheduled for this June. The stops are scheduled around their stop at Bunbury Music Fest. The band will be playing Bunbury Music Festival on June 7 in Cincinnati, Ohio. They will play shows in Somerville, Massachusetts and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 4 and 5 respectfully. After the music festival, the group will play in Lakewood, Ohio and Baltimore, Maryland. You can check out the complete tour schedule below the jump. Tickets go on sale to the public on Wednesday, May…

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Interview: Stacked Like Pancakes Alternative Interviews News Rock 

Interview: Stacked Like Pancakes

Infectious Magazine’s Owen Paterline recently had the opportunity to chat with Stacked Like Pancakes to discuss Launch Music Festival, Brass Rock, Kevin Lyman and more. Check it out after the break. Don’t forget to get your tickets to their upcoming show at Ram’s Head Live! and merch here, and to help support their second album here.  

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STREAM: Kevin Devine “Talking Freddie Gray Blues” Indie News Rock 

STREAM: Kevin Devine “Talking Freddie Gray Blues”

In response to the tragic events that happened earlier this week in Baltimore, Maryland, Kevin Devine used his music to try and get his message across. Devine released a song titled “Talking Freddie Gray Blues,” in honor of, you guessed it, Freddie Gray. You can stream the song and read the lyrics below the jump. The power and emotion in this song hit me hard me and I was reminded of how powerful music can be in times of social unrest. Less than a minute into the song, I had goosebumps all…

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PRODUCT REVIEW: The Music Box – November Alternative Features Indie News Pop Pop Punk Reviews Rock 

PRODUCT REVIEW: The Music Box – November

Another month means another glorious Music Box to rant and rave about. This month was a bit different from last. I received less, but the quality was just the same, if not better. You can read about all the goodies I got after the jump. To subscribe to the Music Box, for only $10 per month, click here. Also, another cool thing they have started doing is offering what they call The Music Envelope. Instead of receiving a box each month filled with CDs, stickers, wristbands, etc., you will receive…

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FEATURE: What It’s Really Like At A Meet And Greet Features Indie News Pop Punk Rock 

FEATURE: What It’s Really Like At A Meet And Greet

Last Spring Stages and Stereos headlined the Live Free Die Young Tour. I bought my meet and greet ticket as soon as I could, knowing it would be great to see the guys again. I should say at this point I have met and photographed the band a couple times so they know who I am, but I never actually got to hang out with them before a show. That changed with this meet and greet.

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WATCH: All Time Low Cover Jimmy Eat World ‘Hear You Me’ News Pop Punk 

WATCH: All Time Low Cover Jimmy Eat World ‘Hear You Me’

All Time Low performed a cover of Jimmy Eat World’s “Hear You Me” at a benefit show in their hometown of Baltimore, Maryland recently.

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Photos: All Time Low Baltimore, MD News Photos Pop Punk 

Photos: All Time Low Baltimore, MD

Go look at the full online photo gallery from All Time Low’s hometown show date on May 3rd after the jump and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Photos by: Owen Paterline          

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