Issue #73 (July 2017)

Featuring: Jake Miller, Keiynan Lonsdale, Brandon Flynn, Ruth B, Torrance Coombs, Steve Moakler, The Night Game, Antoinette Robertson, Ruston Kelly Purchase a digital copy here or below; purchase a physical copy here.

  • A Lesson in Romantics: 10 Year Anniversary Tour – New York, NY

    2007 was a great year for scene kids, and the release of Mayday Parade’s debut full-length, A Lesson in Romantics is one of the reasons why. The Florida-based band have continued to release music and tour, and while fans have consistently been buying their records and coming to shows, there’s still something special about that first… Read more »

  • Citi Summer Concert Series Presents: Harry Styles – New York, NY

    Harry Styles’ debut solo album drops this Friday and may be the most anticipated album of the year. To preview the new tunes, Harry took over The Today Show’s outdoor stage in Rockefeller Center, where six blocks worth of fans gathered to hear the One Direction member sing. Harry performed his single, “Sing of The Times”,… Read more »

  • You Me At Six – New York, NY

    After almost three years away, You Me At Six made their triumphant return to the United States last night, when they performed at the Bowery Ballroom in New York. Fresh off the release of their latest album Night People, the band performed their new songs live in America for the first time and it was clear… Read more »

  • MOVE BEYOND: Live on Tour – New York, NY

    If you weren’t convinced of the star power that the two youngest Hough siblings have, the MOVE BEYOND Tour will certainly turn you. The duo – whom both gained fame from Dancing with the Stars – are out on their third MOVE tour and are pulling out all the stops. The tour made a stop at… Read more »

  • Artist of the Week: Ryan Griffin

    Until now, singer-songwriter Ryan Griffin’s biggest claim to fame may have been that he co-wrote Kelsea Ballerini’s chart-topping hit “Dibs”…but that’s about to change with the 2017 release of his first EP, led by the single, “Back Seats & Burnt CDs.” You’re walking into a blind date with our readers – how do you introduce… Read more »

  • Lovely Little Lonely Tour – Asbury Park, NJ

    No one puts on a show quite like The Maine does. In celebration of their latest album, Lovely Little Lonely, the Arizona-based band took their new songs on the road for a sold out tour across the country. And while the new record is doing exceptionally well and resonating with fans, what puts The Maine apart… Read more »

  • Issue #71: May 2017

    Featuring: Colin O’Donoghue, Michael Malarkey, Madelaine Petsch, Bea Miller, Drake White, Ocean Park Standoff, Jackie Lee, Charlie DePew, Monica Barbaro, Margaret Anne Florence, April Kry Purchase a digital copy below or here and purchase a physical copy here.

  • Artist of the Week: Mags Duval

    Mags Duval is a study in the magic only contradictions can make. She’s a could-be poet laureate who writes club bangers. She lives distinctly in the moment but is also a welcome throwback to vintage Hollywood glamour, a mix of beguiling sweetness, risky edge, and class. She’s private but candid, pulling from her own life to… Read more »