GUESS WHO’S FREAKING OUT? ME! I’M FREAKING OUT! This afternoon, I walked into the jock lounge at work and laid my eyes upon a glorious press release. Sun is going to drop on September 4 of this year, and it will be the first album since 2008′s Jukebox. I can’t find any information online about the
Once upon a time, I was 14 and obsessed with Paramore. Then I grew up, and so did they. Now, former Paramore drummer Zac Farro is making music that I can once again obsess over.
Two weeks ago, I almost backed out of going to a show. I’d had a long day at work that capped off quite a long week, and I was just ready to curl up and watch “30 Rock” for the rest of the night. I almost texted my friend and pseudo-assistant Shonie to cancel, but
Photos by Auburn Petty Paper Route performed at The Emerald Lounge in Asheville last weekend. Check out my review of the show!
Photos by Auburn Petty Zac Farro’s new project Halfnoise played Asheville’s Emerald Lounge with Paper Route. It was so perfect.
Photos by Auburn Petty Thomas Johnson performed at the Emerald Lounge in Asheville. I also reviewed the show. Spoiler Alert: It was awesome.
Photos by Auburn Petty The Old Ceremony performed at the Emerald Lounge in Asheville. Read my review of their performance! Thomas Johnson opened for them; check out his photos here.
Cameron Bryn – Staff Writer Rating: 3.5 Stars The newest Smashing Pumpkins album Oceania is a crossroads of old and new. Billy Corgan (vocals, guitar, keyboards and production), Jeff Schroeder (guitar), Nicole Fiorentino (bass guitar), and Mike Byrne (drums) have revived some of the Smashing Pumpkins‘ previous grunge sound, but have added elements of new electronic synth-like
Kieran Anderson – Associate Editor Rating: 4 1/2 stars IT HAPPENED! IT HAPPENED! IT FINALLY HAPPENED! FIONA IS BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER! I’m sure I speak for thousands of Fiona Apple fans when I say “GLORY BE! FINALLY!” It’s been over half a decade since we’ve seen any new material from Fiona and after
Josie Javens − Staff Writer Rating: 3.5 stars Irish singer/songwriter Glen Hansard‘s first solo album “Rhythm and Repose” is a beautiful, achingly beautiful, collection of melancholic songs punctuated by moments of hope.