Reviews

Slaves Stuns with New Album “Beautiful Death” (Album Review)

Beautiful Death, Slaves’ third studio album was released on February 16th, 2018 (via SBG Records). Prior to the release of the album, the band released three singles which were “True Colors”, “I’d Rather See Your Star Explode”, and “Patience is the Virtue”. Despite some setbacks with their lineup and being dropped …

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Neck Deep, Seaway, and Creeper Brings the Panic to Kansas City

There was no peace and plenty of panic in this raucous pop punk affair Love was in the air, the evening was just right, and Neck Deep brought their brand of polished yet rowdy pop punk to local venue newbie, The Truman in Kansas City, Missouri. Valentine’s Day is an …

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The Plot in You Amazes with New Album “Dispose” (Album Review)

The Plot in You is an Ohio-based band formed in 2010. The guys aren’t strangers to being signed by some of the biggest labels such as InVogue Records, Rise Records, and Stay Sick Recordings. In Summer 2017, the guys parted with Stay Sick and made a fitting addition to Fearless …

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NF Brings Powerful, Emotionally Charged Sold Out Perception Tour to Philadelphia

NF (a.k.a. Nathan Feuerstein) brought his sold out Perception World Tour to The Fillmore Philadelphia for an emotionally charged powerful performance in support of his chart topping album, Perception, which shot straight to No. 1 during its first week on the charts, scoring NF his first No. 1 album. We would …

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Don Broco Fascinates with New Album, ‘Technology’ (Album Review)

Don Broco is a British rock band formed in 2008. The band has previously supported bands such as Bring Me the Horizon, 5 Seconds of Summer, and You Me at Six prior to playing their first (and biggest) sold out show in London on November 2017. The band made an …

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Too Close to Touch Blows Away with New Single “Burn” (Song Review)

Too Close to Touch released “Burn” on January 30th. It is the third and final song of their song series. The trilogy began with “Leave You Lonely” followed by “Before I cave in, which were both released in 2017 via Epitaph Records. The three songs, seamlessly stitched together, revolve around …

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Justin Timberlake Wows Fans with New Album Man Of The Woods (Album Review)

Five years after releasing his last album, The 20/20 Experience Justin Timberlake releases his fifth studio album, Man of the Woods (via RCA Records) on February 2nd, 2018. Fans got some teasers beforehand with songs like “Filthy”, “Supplies” and “Say Something” that were released alongside some very invigorating music videos. …

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Kailee Morgue Stuns with Debut EP, ‘Medusa’ (Album Review)

Kailee Morgue (Kailee Moore) is a nineteen year old singer, songwriter, and Youtube video blogger. She released her first singles “June” and “Signs” back in mid 2016. Kailee’s charming voice makes a perfect fit for Republic Records, which picked up the singer in June of 2017. Morgue’s label mates include …

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Blue October’s Justin Furstenfeld Brought his Intimate Open Book Tour to SOLD OUT World Cafe Live

Blue October’s frontman Justin Furstenfeld brought ‘The Open Book Tour’, An Acoustic Evening with Justin Furstenfeld to the Sold Out World Cafe Live in Philadelphia, PA lastnight (Jan. 26th). The evening brought a unique way for Furstenfeld to break down the barrier between him and his fans to connect with …

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Chase Rice Roars Through Philadelphia on ‘Lambs And Lions’ Tour

Chase Rice brought his ‘Lambs And Lions‘ Tour to Philadelphia on January 20th for a loud, rowdy, rockin’ evening of music, blending his smash hits with his soon to be smash hits from his latest record Lambs And Lions. This making for an incredible 90-minute 17 song set. Launching the evening …

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