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Civil War Rust- Help Wanted

California’s Civil War Rust is back with their sophomore LP release, “Help Wanted”, and it’s sure to be a hit among fans of punk rock who are looking for all of the energy, but with a little bit of heart. 291 more words

Reviews

Show Review - Blink 182, Barclays Center, 8/17/16

As some may recall from my previous review of Blink 182’s new record, I was very excited about this new iteration of the band, with Alkaline Trio’s Matt Skiba replacing Tom DeLonge’s guitar and vocals, and Goldfinger’s John Feldmann producing.   1,033 more words

Music

Album Review: Blink-182 - California

Blink-182 have never been a band in danger of going down in history as purveyors of high-art.  Not that the group ever had any such pretence about them, after all this is the group who gave us Family Reunion – a song composed almost entirely of expletives – and whose most successful album was titled Enema of the State.  70 more words

Writing

Blink 182- California (review)/Rants of a White Boy Feminist

A small rant to begin with.

So for better and for worse we have a new Prime Minister here in Blighty, Theresa May. This country has become a political hand grenade in recent weeks and it certainly is interesting to watch. 1,187 more words

Rants

blink-182 : California - review

For pop-punk fans, the acrimonious departure of Tom DeLonge from blink-182 last year was a ‘McCartney leaving The Beatles’ moment. Surely this represented the end for a band that had only recently reformed after a similar breakup in the mid 2000s. 485 more words

Review

Matt Skba And The Sekrets - Kuts

Matt Skiba has kept himself busy when Alkaline Trio is not in the studio or touring. He’s had several side and solo projects over the years, not even counting that he is now a full time member of Blink-182. 792 more words

Vinyl

The Falcon - Gather Up The Chaps

The Falcon’s second full length album, Gather Up The Chaps, was released in 2016 by Red Scare Industries. In an odd move, Red Scare didn’t sell any copies of the record themselves, instead opting to give them to distribution and have the band sell copies on tour. 409 more words

Vinyl