"For the next headliners it would be the ultimate dream to see either Alkaline Trio or The Lawrence Arms (or both!) play. I also wouldn't mind seeing The Menzingers, Masked Intruder, Dillinger Four, The Ergs, or Propagandhi either."
"If there’s one word that could sum up Philadelphia-based group No Thank You’s sophomore effort, it’d be the word Catharsis. All It Takes To Ruin It All is an emotional release and purification process that almost clears the conscious by its end. "
"Like in records prior, Post Animal still hold onto that ability to create a nostalgic atmosphere of the past for their listener all while experimenting with new energies that will pave the way for the future of modern psychedelic rock."
"Going into Fest that first time, I only knew one other person who would be there, since then I've met so many others, including some of my favorite people in the whole world. Because of them I always have something to consistently look forward to every year. Fest isn't just a music festival, it's one big, sweaty, drunk, and extremely happy family and I can't wait until this year's family reunion!"
"A house show on a Sunday, and a really damn good one at that? It’s more likely than you think. " Check out our photos & review of Glove's first show in Gainesville with local bands Parallel, BiteMarks & DonKng.
The Fine Print recently celebrated their 10th year as a publication with an anniversary show at the Civic Media Center featuring The Co-Pilots, DonKng and Piss Test.
"I know for certain that whatever and whoever gets announced, I'm going to see dozens of bands I love and find dozens more new ones." We talked to Fest attendees about who they're excited to see, who they're hoping gets added to the lineup and much more.
On their way to play Paramore's Parahoy, MewithoutYou played three shows including one in Gainesville with Museum Mouth and Sports Reference. Make sure to view the full set of photos.
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The subject matter along with the cleverly detailed musicality allows one to feel like they’re enjoying a day on the beach or drifting amongst the tide in the ocean. From Watson’s smooth vocals reminiscent of 90’s indie artists to the album’s artwork, the project is one that’s difficult not to enjoy from start to finish.