Mia Hughes looks for a little bit of respite from the world around us by diving into 2nd Grade’s world with Peter Gill
“…a year of private contrition seems to be the price of admission for (alleged) predators to be welcomed back to their pages with open arms.”
Mia Hughes speaks to Paris Roberts of Truth Cult about their debut LP, the importance of seeing yourself represented, and better living through astrology.
Rob Mair chats to Watford wonders (and Track 7 faves) Lakes about their plans for the future and being Big In The States
Mia Hughes goes in deep on the first solo record from Hayley Williams
Back when gigs were still allowed, Kristy Diaz caught up with emo’s new supergroup Overo, and how their debut fits into the genre’s storied history
Nich Sullivan looks at Dogleg’s blistering debut, a record that belongs on the live stage during a time where that isn’t possible.
Jake Popyura talks death, anxiety and Alex Winter – and the impact they all had on the excellent Supermilk debut
Rob Mair talks to Dustin Hayes of Walter Etc. about his latest record and the heartbreak that inspired it.
Editor Kristy Diaz sits down with Dylan Slocum to talk about Spanish Love Songs’ third record and learning to be creative about struggling.
Rob Mair discusses the long-standing Gainesville punk festival with Sal Medrano and John Maiello.
Mia Hughes speaks to Beach Bunny’s Lili Trifilio about the band’s much-anticipated debut record, Honeymoon.
Editor Jade Curson speaks in-depth with Telethon frontman Kevin Tully about storytelling, being Extremely Online, and finding positivity.
Rob Mair speaks to Blowout about their return, keeping things fun, and the rerelease of their debut record
Danny Miller waxes lyrical about an underrated classic from Signals Midwest
Ryan Wilkinson speaks to Tree River about their latest EP and the personal growth that produced it