The Ogden Theater is the type of place that feels really empty when it’s empty; and really packed when it’s packed. The transition from being empty for Roses Are Red to being jam-packed for Millencolin was so gradual, that it almost went unnoticed until the roar of the crowd for Millencolin became so deafening that […]
Bane has always been a staple in hardcore. They deliver powerful anthems, have a strong work ethic, have established themselves in the underground music scene and are influential to numerous other bands. It comes as no surprise then, that after taking a four-year break, their latest release, The Note, embodies all the aspects that fans […]
It’s almost scary to think that Blusom may not have happened. Coming together in an experimental fashion in 2001, Mike Behrenhausen, previously from Maraca Five-O, and Jme White from Acrobat Down had been collaborating in the proverbial bedroom project. But they never had any intention of the music leaving the room. After circulating songs around […]
The first thing you notice about the new C-Rayz Walz record is all the collabo’s (featuring El-P, Jean Grae, M-1 from Dead Prez, and more). Not knocking the hustle, because the records sound good! And, of all the people that you can have on your album, those are some of the cream…but, C-Rayz is one […]
Not a lot of variety in this pack. Groupthink is a Rhode Island based duo comprised of MC Shawn Waters and producer Zan. The Variety Pack is a discography in part, as it contains the project’s previous LP, Platinum Fangs, a few tracks from their Pocketbook Fetish release and selections from Waters’ side-project, The Catatonics.
“Fuck the biz/ It’s for the kids,” is the chorus of the first track on The High Speed Scene’s self-titled debut; so, of course we’re immediately we’re on board – and grateful that they pointed that out, since their first album was released through a collaboration between Interscope Records and the Neptunes’ Star Trak imprint, […]