Posts Tagged ‘Punk’

Discounts Applied Across Merchandise Store To Recoup Losses It seems to be an all-too-common story lately of bands having their vans broken into while on tour, but no matter how many times you hear it, it’s never an easy pill to swallow. Punk trio Everything Ever were riding high on the recent release of their new musi…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Music by James Villa – Gas Monkey Live – Saturday, March 7th, 2015 Man Overboard, along with the first opener, Seaway, may not have been the biggest name acts at Gas Monkey Live this Saturday night, though they clearly had their fans. The place was surprisingly packed to still be fairly early…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Music by James Villa – Gas Monkey Live – Saturday, March 7th, 2015 Gas Monkey Live was a lively place this night (no pun intended). Bayside and Senses Fail’s tour together in support of the former’s 15th year as a band was stopping there in Dallas, and each band had a substantial fan base out…

– Words by Jordan Buford / Music by James Villa – Gas Monkey Live – Saturday, March 7th, 2015 When you think about it, a band celebrating their fifteenth year together seems weird. Perhaps more just a little unorthodox. I mean, how many bands have you known to actually do 15th anniversary tour? I can’t think of that ma…

Oklahoma punk rockers, Red City Radio, announce their newest headline tour, Wagons West!; featuring openers Elway and Direct Hit!. The tour kicks off this Friday in Dallas, Texas and will end early-February in Denver, Colorado. RELATED ARTICLES: ALBUM REVIEWS: “Titles” by Red City Radio TOUR DATES 2014 01/17/14 Dallas,…

– By Chris Whitehead – “Push Play” Let’s get right to the point. Bands tend to soften with their sophomore album when following a great first release. Well, that’s not the case here at all. The boys of Red City Radio, who all hail from Oklahoma, have tightened up their work and never sounded better on their latest full…

– By Chris Whitehead – RATING: “PUSH PLAY” After his hardcore punk band Million Dead split in 2005, England’s Frank Turner continued on as a singer-songwriter with a back-to-basics mentality.  Fueled by a DIY spirit he has successfully went from playing small pubs to headlining a sold-out show at Wembley Stadium in 201…