After Youth want us to know they are all about playing as loud as possible. “Big amps, loud drums, and permanent ear damage are what it’s about,” they tell us.
“Stop asking your friends for band suggestions”: the promo message The Blue Stones created for the release of their newest album is a bold statement. The social post-campaign to share the pre-order of Hidden Gems perfectly mirrors the gritty, fierce style on which the whole album is set.
America Part Two on their new album Price of A Nation, environmental concerns, and connecting with fans during the pandemic
America Part Two are a punk trio originating from New Jersey, consisting of Alex Fabio on vocals and guitar, Fred Rainville on additional vocals and bass, and Sam Weingarten on drums. The band have stated that they have one ultimate mission with their music; to “Perpetuate Love // Fight Hate.”
FLAWES are a trio of talented musicians who have recently released the Reverie EP. Highwire Magazine spoke to them the afternoon of their release day to see if it was everything they had hoped for.
Mako Bron is a committed songwriter and musician with over 20 years of experience using his passion for music to create beautiful things.
Over ten years have passed since Pussy Riot’s inception, and the Russian activists are still using art and performance to call attention to ongoing oppression. Their new three-track EP PANIC ATTACK is another step towards liberation through expression.
You may or may not have heard of Dollar Signs; however, Hearts of Gold is the Charlotte, N.C. band’s third album. It’s their first for Pure Noise Records and is ready to be shared with the world.
Cowboy Flying Saucer are a bit of a local legend in Walthamstow, a town in North East London whose previous musical exports include East 17 and Blazin’ Squad. However, that is where comparisons must end as there is nothing quite like CFS’s avant-garde stylings.
Ayers is an apparition. There is something arresting and spellbinding about her music. Here, a haunting and comforting melody. There, a banshee croon that comes out of nowhere. All over, chords and instrumentation that sound off but perfectly in their place, too. Ayers is a fresh new voice but an old soul. Poetic lyrics reminiscent of the Beats, a story […]
Justin Courtney Pierre of Motion City Soundtrack fame has given us a taste of his voice in the past performing guest vocals for everybody from Fall Out Boy to Metro Station. This time however he’s doing it for himself on his latest EP An Anthropologist On Mars.
Multi-platinum producer and author Jeff Blue on his new book One Step Closer, Linkin Park, and going after your dreams
Multi-platinum A&R executive, songwriter, music publisher, attorney, journalist, producer, and author Jeff Blue tells an inspirational, true story of perseverance, young musical visionaries’ rise to fame, and what it takes to build a dream while confronting his own truths and showing readers how to work hard and show up for what they want in his new music novel One Step Closer.
It’s the album we’ve all been waiting and waiting and waiting for. A Day To Remember announced the release of their album You’re Welcome so long ago that you could be forgiven for thinking it may never have arrived. Finally, it’s now due to drop on Friday, March 5, at long last.
Chase Atlantic, known for their unique blend of hip hop, RnB, and some form of rock, have given us a new album, Beauty In Death.
It’s been the best part of nine long years since The Spill Canvas released a full-length album. However, last month, the South Dakota rockers announced their signing with Pure Noise Records and the inevitable release of the album Conduit.
Blondes got together during their freshman year of college. The lineup has remained the same since their inception as a cover band: vocalist Will Potter, guitarist Alex Davidson, guitarist and drummer Daniel Stroud, keys and guitarist Mark Turton, and bassist Tom Herbert.
Architects are a British post-metalcore band that have used their ninth studio album, For Those Who Wish To Exist, to ask the question: are we treating the planet as nicely as we could/should?