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Everything, Everywhere – The Concert Tour You Didn’t Know You Needed

by Sarah Roberts
AJR, Quinn XCII and Hobo Johnson announced their North American Tour, Everything Everywhere, for the summer. Starting July 21, the three artists will start in Texas and cross the country until the tour ends August 23 in Washington. The Lovemakers and Ashe will be on the tour as well. AJR consists of three brothers, Jack, […]
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5 Seconds of Summer Has No Shame

by Sarah Roberts
5 Seconds of Summer released their new song “No Shame,” along with the announcement of a new album, “C A L M” and a North American tour. This is the third single off their 12 track album. Based on this new release, their new album will move away from the punk sound they started with […]

Atmosphere’s Atmosphere

by Julia Colasanti
I enter Metro. A venue on Chicago’s North Side that looks like it used to be a swanky theatre until someone realized the acoustics were better suited for underground rock and tattooed bartenders. DJ Keezy spins as Atmosphere devotees begin to file in. They come in all shapes, sizes, styles and especially—ages. It’s a mixed […]

The Lumineers Powerful III Tour

by Julia Colasanti
The Album This album does more than just tell a story. It pulls you in, shakes you from your cushy reality and takes you on the tragic journey of the fictional Spark family. From the first song, you are engulfed in the familiar sound of windshield wipers during a spring rain. A beat that we’ve […]

Justin Bieber’s “Yummy” is a Recipe For Indigestion

by Mari Rose
With a new year comes new subpar pop songs that’ll infest any club, party, or TikTok video. Enter “Yummy,” the first single from Justin Bieber in over four years, released on Jan. 3. “Yummy” is Bieber’s lazy attempt of crafting a pop number peppered with subdued R&B beats, and the end result sounds like someone […]

Amity Affliction and Senses Fail Announce Band Replacement for Tour

by Cheyenne
Earlier this month, Amity Affliction and Senses Fail announced their co-headlining tour, Misery Will Find You, with support from Bad Omens and Belmont. Days later, Senses Fail updated their fans on Twitter that Bad Omens was taken off the lineup and they were quickly looking for a replacement. While that is old news. after statements […]