All Time Low’s sixth studio album Future Hearts is shaping up to be their best release yet. Even if you’re partial to So Wrong It’s Right and the earlier days of ATL, this album is impossible not to love. It’s been a few years since Don’t Panic, and in that time All Time Low has… Read more »
Featuring: Echosmith, Danielle Campbell, We Are The In Crowd, The Maine, Derek Theler, LIGHTS, Lauren Collins, Have Mercy, Night Terrors of 1927, Alexz Johnson, Kiersey Clemons, TEAM*
In the last few years, The Wonder Years have made a name for themselves in the pop-punk community – becoming the go-to name when discussing the genre. Their most successful album to-date, The Greatest Generation, was released last spring and has taken the band to the next level. They finished up their spring headlining tour on… Read more »
Opulent and ambitious – these were some of the words that came to mind a minute and thirty seconds into Weird Kids – pop/rock quintet We Are The In Crowd’s upcoming sophomore record. Wonderfully reminiscent of 2007 Paramore and infused with their 2011 Best Intentions vibe, We Are The In Crowd does a remarkable job… Read more »
I know it may be too early for some, but with Thanksgiving only 2 weeks away, I can’t help but get excited for the “holiday season.” I have an amazing family and I feel like our bond is just solidified even further this time of year. There’s just something really special about all the family… Read more »
Hey, everyone! My name is Jose and I sing in a band called Divided By Friday. We signed to Hopeless records back in 2010 and have been touring, writing and begging for your support since then. Three weeks ago, we released our brand new EP entitled “Modern Memoirs,” and it has been the most excited… Read more »
Just two weeks after their third full-length record, Golden Record, was released, The Dangerous Summer played a near sold-out show at the Highline Ballroom in New York City. The band played a 16-song set for fans, including new songs from Golden Record and older ones off their debut EP If You Could Only Keep Me Alive. The band… Read more »
When All Time Low returned to Hopeless Records after producing their 2011 album, Dirty Work, with Interscope Records, the band’s creative sparks began to ignite. Those sparks grew into the fire that is their newest release, Don’t Panic.