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Concert Review // State Champs // Live @ White Eagle Hall // 9.9.17

Article and Photos by: Sophia Zucker   JERSEY CITY, NJ – Albany based pop punk group State Champs tore the roof off the newly renovated venue White Eagle Hall last Saturday night in Jersey City. The show brought support from Homesafe, Speak Low If You Speak Love, Sleep On It, Bright Green,

Movie Review: My Friend Dahmer (2017)

Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli     The public has long had an interest in the darker side of humanity, whether it is a grizzly murder, a cult’s exploits, or the mind of a serial killer. This morbid fascination has led to many films, series and books attempting to understand these people, and none

Gov’t Mule // Live @ the Iroquois Amphitheater // 8.27.17

Article and Photos by: Michael W. Bright   Louisville, KY- Following the sudden untimely passing of original Allman Brother Butch Trucks in January and the long-time-coming passing of Gregg Allman in May, Warren Haynes is as close to Southern Rock Royalty as we can come. Sunday night's Gov't Mule concert allowed Haynes

Game of Thrones: Season 7, [Ep 6-7 Review]

Article by: Anthony Florez     Sam: "Hi, Bran." Bran: "Three Eyed Raven." Sam: "...what?" Bran: "I am the all-seeing, all-knowing Three Eyed Raven. And guess what?" Sam: "What?" Bran: "Jon Snow is not, in fact, Jon Snow. His real name is Jon SAND. Because...Dorne. He was born in Dorne and is Rheagar's bastard. I seen's it." Sam: "Actually,

Sextile // Live @ The Masquerade // 8.26.17

Article and Pictures by: Andrés Alvarado   Atlanta, GA – Los Angeles based rockers Sextile brought their primitive post-punk vibes from outer-space to Atlanta’s Purgatory Stage at The Masquerade. A staple of the Californian underground scene, Sextile’s recently released sophomore effort Albeit Living has really pushed the foursome into a broader

Goo Goo Dolls & Phillip Phillips // Live @ Veterans United Home Loan Amphitheater // 8.25.17

Article by: Sabrina Miles // Photos by: Wendy Podmenik Darugar     Virginia Beach, VA -- Once the stage went dark, only one sound could be heard, that of a lonesome instrument - a stand up cello. The lights went up, and Phillip Phillips invited us all to “Stand up and dance with