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I Got My Head Up, No Time To Waste

I am notorious for dragging my friends to shows that are completely out of their comfort zone. Whether it's taking one of my indie-loving friends to a black metal show or taking one of my metal friends to an indie-pop... Continue Reading →

Say That You’ll Always Remind Me

I'm rarely surprised when a show sells out anymore. I feel like I'm in the know enough to know when an up and coming artist has a big enough following to sell out shows. Sure, sometimes I'm wrong (like that... Continue Reading →

It’s Hard To Say The Truth Out Loud

I haven't watched American Idol in years. A mixture of getting into different styles of music and digging a bit deeper into the music industry completely ruined the show for me. That being said, there was always talent on that... Continue Reading →

I’m Doing What I Love While You’re Doing What You’re Told

There were choices to be made last night. Viking metal, a night of nostalgic crying, or a band that I fell in love with years ago that I just can't get enough of. It was a hard decision and although... Continue Reading →

I’m A 21st Century Liability

Almost a year ago to the day, I wandered into a show that would leave a lasting impression on me for the forseeable future. The energy, the sound, the look-- that show had it all and Yungblud sky rocketed into... Continue Reading →

We’re Gonna Show The World That Something Good Can Work

My Uber driver had asked my friend and I what show was happening at First Avenue as he drove to drop us off there. Apparently I had some snarky comment about it being "just another generic indie pop band". Although... Continue Reading →

To All My Friends Past, Present and Beyond

I just had to fit one last show in until the trek to Chicago for the always exhausting, yet always amazing, Riot Fest weekend. While my friends surely were packing and getting ready for the trip, I found myself lost... Continue Reading →

Now The Drugs Don’t Work

I turned thirty just over a month ago and to say it was a rough birthday would be an understatement. Yes, I know, it's just a number. But when you are so deeply rooted in an industry that is all... Continue Reading →

It Ain’t My Fault You Got Nothing To Do

I wrote the other week about how it's a bold move to send me an album to review but I think it's even more bold to invite me out to review your show. It's not that I'm a mean person... Continue Reading →

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