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If you like pop-punk/punk stuff, Like Pacific and (local Chicago band) The Hallow have pretty rad albums coming out, and New Found Glory is releasing a Christmas album of originals, which is weird but intriguing.
Very excited about Her Head's On Fire. Garrison was great!
Yeah! Fuck all the people who work there who find this equally reprehensible but also feel a sense of ownership of the thing they helped create and have rent to pay!
Someone named an album after one of my favorite things to yell when someone cuts me off?
On the off-chance that JT reads the comments: Hi! My name is Jason. You booked my very first show with my teenage punk band Chaos Effect on a bill with your old band Late Start back in WV around 1997. It's been wild to watch your career!
Don't worry about spoilers. This has been a nearly-confirmed rumor for a while. It's an incredibly perfect casting. Once I heard the idea, I couldn't imagine anyone else as Eros.
I really never expected to see an article about Ink & Dagger on the 'Gum. The guy who introduced me to punk and emo was a HUGE fan of theirs back then. They never clicked with me, but they've always held a special place in my heart because of that.
Or is it a jumper? The header image.
I felt the same way about Bad Religion for a long time. They have so much material, but they only ever play the same stuff, largely. Then one time, the singer asked the audience, "Show of hands: Who here is seeing us for the first time?" and about 60% of the audience raised their hands. As a die-hard, I'd love to hear some deeper cuts, but it makes sense that people like me are not where the money comes from for bands at that point.
"MDMA concentrations had quadrupled in the water the week following the festival" How much MDMA is usually in the water?
Oh yeah? Well, if that baby dick is so unimportant they won't go to its art show, why is it still on the cover? Hmmmm?!
I am not into these bands (though I do respect their craft immensely), but damn do I wish I were after reading that statement. Very few people show the kind of understanding and support of mental illness (and just their friends in general) as they are, and that means a lot to see.
I would LOVE a MUNA/Pale Waves collab. But first, I want a split EP where Sir Babygirl covers "Pink Light" and MUNA covers "Pink Lite".
I have a MUNA tattoo ("Be where you are" written above a sinkful of dishes, if anyone is curious). I need this LP right now so much. I can't wait to sing this song with a whole bunch of other drunks queers on Friday!
I will eat my hat if, after opening slots for Phoebe, Bleachers and Kacey Musgraves, they aren't one of the biggest bands on the planet.
There is no amount of praise you could give "I Know A Place" that would be hyperbolic. It's one of the best songs that have ever been written. The fact that MUNA didn't collapse under its weight is a statement to how great they are.
Yes. I'm not a fan of Drake, but his album covers are usually fucking awesome.
Between this, Father of the Bride and the new Pet Symmetry, why is "I designed this album cover in Microsoft Publisher" an aesthetic in this decade?
No, but I'm in Chicago. Since Phoebe Bridgers is playing P4K, MUNA (with the day off tour) is playing their own show in Evanston, and I'll be at that. I also think it doesn't start until after P4K ends for the day.
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