Join the No Fun Club and Listen to Frank Iero's New Ep, Keep the Coffins Coming

The band is known for their humorous love for changing things up, and for this record they will be referring to themselves as Frank Iero and the Patients in lieu of their accident. Keep the Coffins Coming embodies all of the elements the Patience is known for, but comes back even more polished, detailed, and grand than before. We asked, and they delivered.

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Transviolet Interview: the Band to Tell Boys and Girls Your Age About

Just one listen of the pop-quartet band, Transviolet, and you're sure to be feeling out of this world. Their sound sends an electricity through your veins and is sure to get you dancing from the moment the song begins. 

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Oxygen Is Overrated but This Band Is Surely Not: Catfish and the Bottlemen on Becoming the Next Rock Icons

An amazing storyteller with upfront words on creating this vast lyrics about being away from home all the time, youth and relationships - Catfish and The Bottlemen on becoming the next rock icons.

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If We Share Everything, What Do We Have Left?

 In a world that shares everything, what do we have left for ourselves?

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Santa Barbara Becomes Home of the Strange: Young the Giant Concert Review

Now, Young the Giant are back with the recent release of their third album “Home of the Strange,” focusing on their immigrant roots and political influences. The band is now out and about on their second tour of the album, and truly innovating the art of a live show.

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Thirty Years and Counting: Green Day Revolution Radio Concert Review

Last Tuesday night, the fellow lovers of the classic Americana punk band Green Day, all joined together at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater in Tampa, Florida as they sang along to Queens' Bohemian Rhapsody and The Ramones' infamous "Blitzkrieg Bop" prior to their iconic entrance.

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TRNSMT Festival: A New Face on the Festival Circuit but Will Sure Be an Old Favorite in Years to Come

The photos that can be seen throughout are from TRNSMT Festival in Glasgow, Scotland this past July documented by Andrew McCormack through film photography.

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I'm My Own Boss, and I'd Probably Fire Myself

Why we would rather hop from gig to gig than have a steady soul sucking job, and why it's much harder to work for yourself than it is to work for another. 

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Sneaker Culture

From Keds to Air Jordans, Chuck Taylors to Poworamas, sneakers have come a long way in their rise from athletic footwear to the centerpiece of urban fashion.  Today, some of the most cutting-edge designers create stylish “kicks” with an appeal that extends beyond the streets and onto the runway. 

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From Unusual Song Titles to Youthful Recollections to Glitter: Declan Mckenna Album Review

Declan McKenna released his highly anticipated debut album ‘What Do You Think About The Car?’ last July 21st. However, even before his album was released, his name seemed to be on the lips of everyone around me —especially in social media.

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TEXTURES & GRIDS: A Photowalk Event
Gaia, the Street Artist: From Lion Rabbit to Dusk of H Street

His early days in Baltimore street galleries, and some of the meaning and symbolism behind his complex work.

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New York City, the Place Where Film Still Holds Its Truest Form

The cultural importance of film and cinema in New York city and how it changes throughout the years.

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PARACHUTES: Frank Iero Explores Depth in Music, Life and More

Frank Iero recounts his last time in DC for his tour promoting Stomachaches with frnkiero andthe cellabration. This time, the band is nearing the end of their east coast dates, which will culminate in New Jersey, Iero’s hometown.

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Neon Nights by Daniel Soares

Photographer, Daniel Soares, shares his series of photos that mirrors what's New York CIty like at night.

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Los Angeles Scene in the Sleek Lines of Black and White Minimalism

Single Phase distillates the rocking notes of the Los Angeles scene in the sleek lines of black and white minimalism. Energy sizzles below the polished design, getting through the clothes, under the skin.

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The Concept of Golden Ratio

In its Autumn/Winter 2017 Collection, Merrill+Forbes explores the concept of Golden Ratio. It examines how humans perceive balance and perfection in nature, design, and art, where the universal ratio becomes a source of creative inspiration.

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Wedú Blends Sportswear with African Tradition

Award-winning filmmaker, producer, musician, and activist Coréan Dú is now looking to fashion for his next creative re-imagining of African tradition.

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