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Don’t Believe That The Weather Is Perfect The Day That You Die

My Saturday day at Dual Citizen Brewing Company for their Blocktoberfest was absolutely amazing but the concert gods had more in store for me. I made it to The Fine Line just in time to catch the banger of a... Continue Reading →

Letters to Elise – ‘When It Meant Something’

I've been asked why I review music that has been out for years. Honestly, that's a valid question. I feel like we live in a world where everyone wants new and shiny but, to me, new is new and, if... Continue Reading →

I Can Catch Up On My Sleep When I Die

There are a bunch of bands that come and go in your life. There are some that are there for a song, a day, maybe even a year and then there are some that are there for you throughout your... Continue Reading →

Crack Open A Bottle Of Red

I got thirteen texts asking me if I was at the Coheed & Cambria show happening at The Armory last night. I would have loved to be there. I mean, Coheed, Mastodon, Every Time I Die... I'll admit, the line-up... Continue Reading →

Everything That Hurts Will One Day Fade Away

Certain bands and musicians come into your life and make a lasting impression. Maybe it's their lyrics that hit you in just the right spot, infectious beats that get stuck in your head for days, or a voice that is... Continue Reading →

Without You I’ll Be Miserable At Best

My Halloween costume this year is me circa 2006. I'm currently sitting at work with my hair spiked in the styling of Justin from Motion City Soundtrack, all of my 11 facial piercings in, a whole stick of eyeliner and... Continue Reading →

Everything, Everything Will Be All Right

Ask any of my friends and they will tell you that I'm still living in the early 2000's music scene. Although I love watching and listening to new bands, there's an indescribable sense of comfort that comes from listening to... Continue Reading →

You Can Keep It But You Can’t Look Back

After seeing Blink-182 on Wednesday night and then Taking Back Sunday last night, I'm really starting to question what year it is. As someone who is a complete sucker for nostalgia and with my taste in music not quite maturing... Continue Reading →

I Fell In Love With The Girl at the Rock Shows

I've been to literally thousands of concerts. Last night easily took the spot as the second best concert of my life (my first show, Slipknot, will always be number one). Blink 182 is, and always will be, one of the... Continue Reading →

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