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Retrospective: The Get Up Kids - Something To Write Home About (1999)

The Get Up Kids – Something To Write Home About

If there one band in particular you could thank for the introduction of the word “emo” into the popular consciousness, it’d be The Get Up Kids. 1,135 more words


Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) - "You Will Eventually Be Forgotten" - ALBUM REVIEW

Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate) “You Will Eventually Be Forgotten”

Years of tireless scientific research have been devoted to the question: What is the most emo region in the United States? 747 more words


Free Throw - Lavender Town


Four solid tracks that ring true of youth and angst, a wonderful E.P from the five-piece Nashville group. Beautiful melody lines and well structured, it’s great honest emo. 23 more words

ALBUM REVIEW: You Blew It!- Keep Doing What You're Doing

Unlike many fellow bloggers, I’m 18. I’m still in High School, and when Emo rock was blowing up with Sunny Day Real Estate and Saves the Day, I was probably still shitting myself. 639 more words

Indie Rock Reviews

Imbroco - Are You My Lionkiller?

A first glance up, through the broken covering.

Out of the ashes of the legendary Mineral a handful of bands have risen. The quickest of those to jump the bandwagon of the blossoming emo scene in the late nineties went by the name of Imbroco.  502 more words

Music Reviews

Foxing - "The Albatross" - ALBUM REVIEW

Foxing “The Albatross”

If you’re on this website reading this review and you don’t know what “emo” is then you probably don’t browse this site very often. 523 more words


Snowing - Fuck Your Emotional Bullshit

Yes that is a picture of 5 of the same vinyl, the combination of alcohol and extreme fanboyism. The item in question is the band Snowing and their 7” EP Fuck Your Emotional Bullshit and as you can probably tell by the title it’s really emo. 317 more words