Thursday Apr 25
WSUN-FM Saint Petersburg
Where'd the "scene" go? What happened to emo and pop-punk?
MTV hasn't been relevant to alternative music for about fifteen years, but some credit is due to their hipster/underground arm MTVHive .
Terrible Things happened at The Rattler on April 3 a " and the crowd loved it.
Following New York's Autoverse and a crowd-pleasing set by The Return Of , the West Chester trio blasted through 12 blistering rock songs in the packed little Pittston bar late Wednesday night.
Geoff Rickly and John Nolan touring together, playing St. Vitus
The early '00s emo scene gets a lot of hate, a good deal of which is arguably deserved, but as with many hated music trends, there's a few gems that stick out and over ten years after their prime remain wildly influential.
Front & Center for March 31
Pvt. Tyler M. Guerin, son of Sherry F. Hatfield of Newark, Ohio, and Matthew D. Guerin, of Haughton, earned the title of United States Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Pvt.
The Jersey Journal
Song of the Week: 'My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark,' Fall Out Boy
Fall Out Boy's comeback album is called 'Save Rock and Roll,' but they never said they were going to do it themselves.