The Mountain Goats brought ‘In League With Dragons’ to Brooklyn (review, setlist)
The Mountain Goats played Brooklyn Steel on Tuesday night, their New York debut of many tracks of their new release In League With Dragons...
Say Anything Albums Ranked Worst to Best
Now that Say Anything are (probably) calling it a day, let's look back on their sometimes-inconsistent but often-brilliant discography.
Jeff Rosenstock & Remember Sports @ Bowery Ballroom (night 3 review)
We already posted a review of night four, and here's a review of night three of Jeff Rosenstock's sold-out NYC run...
review: Taking Back Sunday played their first 3 albums at Irving Plaza
It was a last-minute, intimate NYC show on the band's 20th anniversary tour, and it doubled as Irving Plaza's 100th sold out show of 2018.
The Menzingers, Tiny Moving Parts & Daddy Issues @ Brooklyn Steel (pics, review)
The Menzingers rocked Brooklyn Steel with a Black Friday show on November 23. Supported by Minnesota emo trio Tiny Moving Parts and Nashville three-piece Daddy Issues, the night was a loud triage of variations on punk rock...
John Darnielle debuts new Mountain Goats song “Skeleton’s Tooth” at Symphony Space
”I sat down to write this song with my son. I said, ’what should we call this jam?’ He said ‘Skeleton’s Tooth’, Darnielle laughed, ”So I wrote Skeleton’s Tooth.”
review: Tigers Jaw played their self-titled LP for its 10th anniversary (and more) at Market Hotel
When the band took the stage for the 'Tigers Jaw' performance, the crowd lost their minds to the incredible opening run of ”The Sun,” ”Plane vs. Tank vs. Submarine” and ”I Saw Water.” Market Hotel felt like it was about to collapse.
mewithoutYou played ‘[Untitled]’ songs live for the first time at tour opener (review)
What's so striking about mewithoutYou is how much the new songs are both a shocking return to form and yet still sound fresh.
Slaughter Beach Dog, Gladie & Yours Are The Only Ears @ Rough Trade (review)
The night proved Slaughter Beach, Dog to be a socially conscious band who are staying true to creating a supportive community, and existing as their own force separate from related band Modern Baseball.