What better way to enjoy the last few weeks of summer than with live music in Central Park? The sun was shining, the air was crisp, and the SummerStage was host to Machine Gun Kelly, JXDN, and KennyHoopla.
00’s inspired pop-punks As December Falls will be hard to ignore with their flawless display on new album ‘Happier’
We’re having a musical mood swing today, and it’s swinging right towards some brand new, delightful pop-punk. Mood Swings…
When it comes to bands getting their start and finding their way, it’s usually a tough slog that can…
Melodic hardcore band SickOnes talk us through eight albums that are helping them through this period of lockdown. Read what they chose here.
Liz Mauritz, lead vocalist for Austin, Texas-based pop-punk group Gold Steps, delivers a fantastic guest blog detailing various Easter Eggs in the video for their newest single, “Empty Space.”
Panic at the Disco & Paramore are currently touring with just one or two original members. Is this a cheap cash grab from devoted fans or does the integrity and longevity of their songs live on with just the lead singer?
Mixed and mastered by Dan Korneff (Breaking Benjamin, Paramore), the self-titled, full-length debut record from Belmont is an explosive collection — one bursting with heart-stopping urgency.
Paramore put on one of the most memorable, and life changing, performances to close out the “After Laughter” era in Philadelphia, PA on June 24th at Festival Pier, featuring Foster The People and Soccer Mommy.
One of the best performances of the day came from The Orwells, also on the Rise Stage. Mario Cuomo, his signature long blond hair now cut short and slicked back, along with his bandmates Dominic Corso, Grant Brinner, Henry Brinner and Matt O’Keefe owned this stage today, oozing their kinetic energy onto the crowd through every song they played.
We got to welcome Paramore back to Boston over the weekend, after all these years, at the Boston Opera House.
Paramore return with a new track and finally shed their pop-punk cutie status for that of a fully-fledged pop machine. Read our thoughts on “Hard Times” inside…
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In a recent note to their fans, Paramore discuss their new single, “Now,” which was released today, saying, “It just feels like the perfect way to start this new journey we are embarking on not only as a band but as a movement. To show people that you can lose battles but come back and win full on wars. You can rise from ashes. You can make something out of even less than nothing. The only thing you have to do is keep moving forward!”