Ahhh, Boxing Day… Well, stuff that noise for a minute. Let’s forget the crowds and last night’s massive family dinner and get back to some good old pop-punk courtesy of The Region and their new EP Everything I’ve Got!
Want to time travel back to 2007 and relive all the hardcore, punk, metalcore and emo glory of the Canadian “scene”? Well, too bad, that shit don’t fly. Instead, join us for our inaugural Snapshot article to rundown the bands, films, and threads that defined the scene.
2019 was an amazing year for new music. And the global PureGrainAudio staff have assembled an extensive list of what we believe to be the best albums of the past twelve months.
Feeling a little kitschy today? Well, we have something that may appeal to you. Cleveland group Kitschy are debuting their new music video for the tasty single “Burnt Meringue” off their debut record Cupcake. Yum!
Jimmy Eat World made a stop in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania at The Capitol Room at HMAC, along with Pronoun, and their hardcore fans turned out in droves to support one of the most popular alternative rock groups of the 2000s.
Bayside hit The Paramount in Huntington, New York on November 17th with Sainthood Reps, Sincere Engineer, and Incendiary, providing a fun and ear-pleasing experience to those in attendance.
Released in 2007 by Broken English Records, Crashing Into Consciousness stands out as perhaps the definitive release in alt-emo band I Am The Pilot’s lenghty career. We are honoured to premiere the album’s re-issued version via Manic Kat Records.
Cory Wells is set to release his new album The Way We Are (Pure Noise Records) on November 15th and joins us for a new edition of Stereo Six to list the records shaped the new album, including The Used, Dashboard Confessional, and Johnny Cash.
Celebrating their milestone 20th anniversary with a massive world tour, Taking Back Sunday hit the stage hard recently at the House of Blues in Orlando, Florida, along with Red City Radio, leaving fans in attendance all sweaty and satisfied.
If you’re sad to see summer go, peruse our Top 10 misery-loves-company emo tunes to mark summer’s soon to be official end – four days and counting – featuring classics like American Football and The Promise Ring, and newer acts such as Modern Baseball and Mom Jeans.
Indie songwriter Oso Oso releases his new album Basking In The Glow today so we got him to take us on a tour of his local scene in Long Island, New York.
Much-missed Welsh rockers Funeral For A Friend have announced they are to reform for two benefit shows in October. Get more information from the band here.
New Jersey’s rock quartet Feeny will release a new full-length album in September but are now beginning to tease the music by debuting the lead single “Are You Leaving?”