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Sunny Day Real Estate reunite, kick off tour at Liberty Hall

Sunny Day Real Estate / Photo by Fally Afani To say that fans were pumped for this show may be understatement of the year. For
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Chess Club steps up with new album “You’re Lucky I Like You”

Leave it to one of the scene’s most DIY bands to stay busy during the pandemic. Nearly three years after their last release, You’re Lucky

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Five music videos to get you through the last push of the pandemic

Gosh, the finish line is in sight, isn’t it? We’re in unfamiliar territory right now, that space where we can see the future, but can’t

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Album Review: Chess Club – “Hit The Ball”

Emo has had a major (and well-received) resurgence in the past few years. For some it may be nostalgic; sounds of their youth reigniting an

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Photo Gallery: Modest Mouse / Morning Teleportation

Liberty Hall was sold out Tuesday night on behalf of emo-indie rock darlings, Modest Mouse. Morning Teleportation opened with a psychedelic rev up for the


Less Beautiful Music: How Arc Flash is redefining emo

“This next song is about heartbreak… and the nuclear apocalypse.” With his eyes half open, Arc Flash’s James Thomblison grumpily mutters the words before diving


Photo Gallery: Manchester Orchestra / Balance and Composure / Kevin Divine and the Goddamn Band

Manchester Orchestra rolled through town Thursday on their tour supporting their new album, Cope. Kevin Devine and the Goddamn Band opened the show with an


Photo Gallery: Saves the Day / Into It. Over It. / Hostage Calm

It almost felt like fall at the Granada when Saves The Day swept through town and the emo kids broke out their hoodies and beanies