On this Giving Tuesday, people are seeking ways to support causes they care about when they can. Today is no different. Save our stages!
Chris DeMakes of Less Than Jake is a musician’s musician, from signing to major labels and booking shows DIY—he’s had a lifetime of experience on the road.
Fat Wreck Chords, ever the purveyor of fine goods, now has what I surmise to be a dark roast. I prodded Stephen Beebout from the production department of FAT to specify the roast and he threatened my life.
Amongst reimagined and rendered possibilities, return to Burnside skatepark with a soundtrack to skate and destroy. The charisma of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 +2 is alive and well.
Well, I think Frank definitely made “Falling In Love” better than the original. Where I don’t know if we did that on a lot of his songs.
I was very stoked and surprised. Mike’s been presenting this as us being equals, but there’s at least a level in which that is objectively not true. I grew up with NOFX posters on my wall, and he didn’t grow up with posters of me on his wall
The push and pull of their Leah Fay and Peter Dremainis remain the standout element on July Talk’s third album “Pray For It,” out now via Sleepless Records.
As with every Lawrence Arms album, Skeleton Coast is a sonic and lyrical arpeggio of empathy. It is the album we all need in 2020.
The scrambling playfulness of their debut takes a backseat to a more balanced tone in the new album. Jump Rope Gazers isn’t a sophomore slump by any stretch of the imagination, but its production does leave the listener yearning for a bit more spontaneity.