There are times at the crossroads of life when an act pops out of nowhere and is the living…
As we have just hit the half-way mark of 2019, we thought that it would be the perfect time to toss up a #THROWBACKTHURSDAY and reflect upon some of the incredible music which captivated our team in 2018. From Boss Keloid and Parkway Drive to Fever 333 and Johnny Cash, there’s stuff on here for everyone.
Nothing have revealed their latest music video for “I Hate Flowers,” another new track off of their latest record, Dance On The Blacktop.
Rock band AFI just wrapped up a spree of dates with Nothing and Souvenirs on June 22 in Portland, Maine before a packed venue at Aura.
Philadelphia’s Nothing has shared a new song called “Spell” from the recording sessions of their second album Tired of Tomorrow.
The night started with, of course, filling our bellies, and our choice of arena of which to do so was at To-Ne sushi. After that, we were pummeled with some damn fine heavy music courtesy of Nothing, Wrong, Culture Abuse and Dead Tired.
Review and Photos by Mike Bax Bring the noise! Last night, twenty bucks got you four bands bringing an…
Nothing has shown us they have the ability to harvest what is good from this misunderstood “shoegaze” genre and carefully add their own identity to it.
Philadelphia’s Nothing have shared the first new music from their forthcoming album. Stream “Vertigo Flowers” here!
Philly noise quartet Nothing have unveiled their tribute to Nirvana’s “Something In The Way” via SoundCloud – listen here!
Review and Photos by Mike Bax An evening where wrong was so right, nothing was really something, and Torche…
The long-anticipated split by Whirr and Nothing is in no way a let down to anyone that’s been waiting for it. The two new songs from each band are perfected with the expertise of veteran producer Will Yip. Nothing’s contribution is a full-on aural assault: the two songs are aggressive, yet harmonious. The ongoing blown-out barrage lulls with only brief periods of quiet melody that hit like armistices. Yet, the songs are harshly beautiful in a way that perfectly captures the Philadelphia band’s definition of reality.
Philadelphia-based Nothing are excited to share a cover of Low’s “In Metal”. The track is available for download just inside!