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From 2003 to 2012, Bamboozle took over New Jersey for its annual multi-day festival. The event, which evolved out of the Skate And Surf, led to some iconic live sets from artists such as My Chemical Romance, Thrice, Paramore, Foo Fighters and Jimmy Eat World among many others. Now, the festival is making its long-awaited […]

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Best opening tracks on scene albums Alternative music hits

In a culture driven by instant gratification, it’s important to start off on the right foot when putting out content. This of course doubles for music, especially now that streaming services put a seemingly endless number of albums at our fingertips. Fortunately for the alternative music scene, starting off strong has been a long-set precedent. […]

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saddest 2000s emo songs emo phase staples early emo favorites

Emo may be a vague term, but it conjures up some seriously vivid 2000s nostalgia. You know, memories akin to straightening our bangs and overlining our eyes while listening to the saddest songs imaginable…  Regardless of what exactly your emo phase looked like, there were certain staples that everyone had to load onto their iPods. […]

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underrated 2000s album cover art

Chances are when you think of 2000s albums, a few distinct images spring to mind. Let us guess… Panic! At The Disco‘s A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out? Paramore‘s Riot!? My Chemical Romance‘s Life On The Murder Scene? All amazing… But we’re missing more than a few. In an iTunes-dominated world, album covers were often the first things […]

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Back in late February, Armor For Sleep surprised fans with news of a 15-year anniversary tour for their beloved 2005 album, What To Do When You Are Dead. Featuring favorites such as “Car Underwater” and “The Truth About Heaven,” the AFS tour would mark their first since 2015.  The punk quartet were coming back with […]

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What were you doing 15 years ago? Updating your Myspace page? Giving yourself tinnitus at top volume? (This writer is definitely projecting.) It’s just a hunch, but maybe you found a way to get over the nu-metal hangover that was seemingly inescapable earlier this century. If you forgot what tributary life took you down back […]

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In 2005, an unexpected but revolutionary wave of scene music hit the mainstream. It was the year Myspace rose in the online ranks social media and became the most popular of its kind. It gave bands new avenues to introduce their unique sounds to the masses and familiarize the world with the classic scenester selfie […]

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[Photos via YoutTube] Fall Out Boy are one of the biggest bands in the scene, and they certainly have the music video cameo appearances to prove it. From fellow musicians all the way to reality stars, the rock quartet made memorable, hilarious videos to their most famous tracks with help from special guests.  From the […]

[Photo by: Deadbolt Photos] After an immense amount of hype regarding What to Do When You Are Dead‘s 15-year anniversary tour announcement, Armor For Sleep have officially been forced to postpone the shows.  Armor For Sleep announced the tour back in February after starting reunion tour rumors with a cryptic static-filled clip.  Read More: Here’s what Slayer […]

Fall Out Boy’s From Under The Cork Tree is the gift that keeps on giving. The pop-punk icons’ unforgettable 2005 output is jam-packed with Easter eggs we either didn’t notice before or completely forgot in the years since. From movie quotes and emo cameos to its unusual artwork, there’s a detail hiding in every corner. […]