WATCH: Brand New’s full set at High & Low Festival

Fresh off of releasing their fifth (and likely final) studio album Science Fiction, Brand New headlined this year’s High & Low Festival on Saturday, performing to a packed audience at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, California. Containing seven tracks off of Science Fiction which the band performed for the very first time, in addition to many fan favorites, Brand New’s set was nothing short of electrifying. If you were not fortunate enough to attend, you can experience the entire set through the fan-shot video below. Thanks to Deniz Davenport for live streaming the whole set!

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Jake Taylor of In Hearts Wake Stops Show To Help Fan


There seems to be a growing problem at festivals between security and fans in the crowd. The security guards are there to protect the bands and fans, but there are a few who can’t differentiate between using and abusing their power. Jake Taylor, vocalist of In Hearts Wake, recently stepped in to save a fan at the Dallas stop of this year’s Warped Tour.

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Show Review: Take Captive


Venue: Rockettown

Location: Nashville, TN

Date: April 28, 2016

Guest Writer: Marriah Gonzalez

Today’s local music scene is saturated with artists who lack depth and individuality, but Take Captive have managed to obtain a unique sound and an on-stage delivery that set them apart. I had the privilege of watching their first show as a pop band after making the leap from the post-hardcore genre, and I was blown away. Check out their new single, “Invincible” below.

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Show Review/Photo Gallery: September Mourning

Artist: September Mourning
Venue: The Warehouse

Location: Clarksville, TN

Date: 09/24/15

I had the privilege of catching September Mourning for the first time and was blown away by the show. It was an overall great night of music and performances by both Perpetual Dementia and Thira, before September Mourning took to the stage and delivered one of the most electric performances I’ve had the honor of watching.

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