Every once in a while, there’s a band that pops up in the music universe that reminds you of bands you already like, with a special twist; You End Me is one of these bands! If Simple Plan, Hedley and Faber Drive had a rebel kid who loves rock and punk music, these guys would be the result. A few […]Read more ›
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After reviewing the EP ‘Do What’s Best For You’ from Cincinnati based pop rock band BoyMeetsWorld and falling in love with it. I jumped at the chance to interview them as well! I spoke with vocalist Craig Sulken about the EP and the band’s future plans! CONFRONT: For anyone who isn’t familiar with BoyMeetsWorld can you give us a short […]Read more ›
In a recent article on MTV Hive, Mumford and Sons’ lead vocalist Marcus Mumford showed some love to long-time Punk band Blink-182. In the interview on MTV, he said “Ben and I went to Blink 182 last weekend, and it was amaaaaaazing”. Marcus grew up on Blink-182 so it’s no surprise that he’s a big fan, but nonetheless Mark Hoppus […]Read more ›
On August 21st, Adam Young (better known as Owl City) released his latest record ‘The Midsummer Station’. This is his fourth full length album; most recently the artist hit the airwaves with the duet ‘Good Time’ with Carly Rae Jepsen in late June. You can purchase ‘The Midsummer Station’ on iTunes for 9.99$. It features the song with Carly Rae […]Read more ›
Blink-182 have decided to celebrate 20 years of their existence (although that could really be debatable if you consider their few hiatus years, no?) by releasing an anniversary poster that will be on-sale sometime today. The poster was designed by Brandon Heart, an artist who has also done work for Blink. He was also a big part of Zombie Licorice, […]Read more ›
August 30th week: Beirut – ‘The Rip Tide’ – ‘The Rip Tide’ is the third studio album by indie folk band Beirut, released in August 2011. After recording, Beirut toured throughout Europe and the US, playing several songs that would appear on the album, including, “Vagabond,” “Santa Fe,” and “Port of Call.”. In June of 2011, the band released The […]Read more ›