With 2019 winding down, Portland punk-rockers Summer Cannibals celebrate not just the release of Can’t Tell Me No, their first album via Tiny Engines and with their current lineup, but are also on pace to play nearly 130 shows after almost nonstop touring.Continue reading “Can’t Tell Them No: An Interview with Summer Cannibal’s Jessica Boudreaux”
The London-based band Blanaevon has a new album, Everything That Makes You Happy, out tomorrow after months of anticipation. The sophomore effort serves as testament to mental health outreach, love, and patience after frontman Ben Gregory reached out to fans to wait as he struggled with his mental health.Continue reading “Blaenavon Album Out Tomorrow”
James June Schneider is director with such deep punk “cred” or roots that run deep from the punk scene in Chile to Washington D.C. The punk director hit the road is now on tour for screenings of his new film, Punk the Capital, that follows the origins of punk in the capital through bands and acts like Minor Threat and Bad Brains.
Crumb visited the Lowbrow Palace in El Paso, TX as part of their tour in support of their latest album, Jinx, which came out this past June. They were accompanied by Divino Niño and Shormey.
Panteón Rococó is wrapping up a 16 date tour that is sure to go down in rock history, selling out most of the shows and performing near two hour sets every time. The “Infiernos” tour in Los Angeles on November 9 will wrap up the tour for the monumental Mexican band.
Legendary rocker, Alejandra Guzmán, presented her new album, Alejandra Guzmán: Live at the Roxy, at the Arena CDMX. She kicked off the night with her classic hit, “Mírala, Míralo.” The album which features two new songs, is now available on digital formats as well as CD and DVD.
Phantogram played their first ever show in El Paso, TX at the outdoors Lowbrow Palace.