Tag: nostalgia

March 25, 2022

Nate Parrish - Nostalgia (Official Lyric Video)

Nate Parrish is about to unleash album #2 in just 2 short weeks from today. On April 8th 2022, the album “Soul Surgery” will be unveiled and soon following will be much acclaim and admiration for Nate’s work. I’m about to dive in to the album as of this writing so I’ll let you know what I think in the next week or so. From the 2 songs revealed thus far and all the song clips, this just might be one of my favorite albums of 2022, and it’s still early in the year!.… Continued →

August 14, 2021

Radical Radical to Release Debut Full Length August 27th

One of my most anticipated albums of 2021 from a highly recommended new band by the name of Radical Radical, drops on August 27th. This emo driven pop-punk album is sure to impress just about anyone who gives it a chance and the nostalgia dripping from your stereo will be enough to overwhelm the senses in a most powerful way. Get into the new record by watching the teaser below and make sure to mark August 27th on your (digital) calendars for the release of Radical Radical “I Feel Like I Want To”.… Continued →

February 12, 2020

Huge Indie Rock and Emo Show to Ignite the Senses and Wash You Over With Nostalgic Bliss

A huge show (Chain Fest) just got announced for the Five Point Amphitheater in Irvine, CA. on May 23rd 2020. Featuring bands like Jimmy Eat World, Taking Back Sunday, Circa Survive, Saves The Day, Cartel, Glassjaw, and our friends in Anberlin, as well as Acceptance. This is a must see event and I would advise you get tickets when they go on sale. I hope to make it as well. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10am.… Continued →

August 8, 2019

July 18, 2018

MxPx - Rolling Strong

Remember that one time MxPx said some naughty words and got busted by the cops? No? Well watch the punk rock legends MxPx get themselves into trouble (both literally and figuratively) in this fun throwback video to those old timey pop-punk classics. So far, what new song is your favorite – “Rolling Strong” or “Let’s Ride”?… Continued →

January 19, 2018

Scene and Unseen: Flyer Art For The Lansing Underground

A really great new book has been released titled “Scene and Unseen: Flyer Art For The Lansing Underground” written by Alex Delavan. The book chronicles the many shows that took place at The Lansing Underground (Michigan) from the late 90’s until 2003 when the venue held their last event. A lot of bands you may recognize as having played this venue as well as a bunch of indie acts that probably should have gotten more notice.… Continued →