Album Review: “come out. you’re hiding” by Flor

Album Review: “come out. you’re hiding” by Flor

Indie-rock band Flor released their first album after signing with the powerful label Fueled by Ramen, called come out. you’re hiding, on May 19th. Filled with a diverse set of tracks, the Portland/LA-based group proved that they have the talent and songwriting abilities to make it big. With light pastel colors sweeping the album cover … Continue reading “Album Review: “come out. you’re hiding” by Flor”

Single Review: “Young and Menace” by Fall Out Boy

Single Review: “Young and Menace” by Fall Out Boy

After confusing tweets and a cryptic trailer, Fall Out Boy have released a new single, along with the announcement of a new album titled M A  N   I    A and a tour across North America this Fall. The single, titled “Young and Menace,” is a departure from what one might expect from Fall Out Boy, … Continue reading “Single Review: “Young and Menace” by Fall Out Boy”

Spotlight on With Confidence

Spotlight on With Confidence

Following the release of their debut album Better Weather in 2016, Australian pop-punk band With Confidence have been garnering dedicated supporters from all around the world. Formed by a group of high school friends in 2013, the quartet has faced unprecedented success in their short time together. The group, which consists of Jayden Seeley, Inigo … Continue reading “Spotlight on With Confidence”

Waterparks @ Black Box at Underground Arts 3/1

Waterparks @ Black Box at Underground Arts 3/1

Packed into the tiny Black Box at Underground Arts on Wednesday were a wide variety of people, all joined together to see pop-punk band Waterparks on their first U.S. tour. From older men starting circle pits and crowdsurfing to young middle school aged girls who looked and acted like they belonged more at a One … Continue reading “Waterparks @ Black Box at Underground Arts 3/1”