In 2011, the new wave of post-hardcore came into full effect with seminal albums by Touche Amore, Pianos Become the Teeth, La Dispute, Defeater, Title Fight, and more. This edition of 'In Defense of the Genre' looks back on those albums for their 10th anniversary, the overall punk landscape of 2011, and today's young bands who are starting their own new wave
It's a big night in NYC for shows: Stereolab, Massive Attack, Guided by Voices, Billy Bragg, Pinegrove, Arca, Madball, Heart/Joan Jett, Every Time I Die, The Hu, Cerebral Rot/Fetid, and lots more all playing.
”We wanted to try something new for the 'Hourglass' video, so we went with more of a trippy, psychedelic vibe instead of a specific storyline or more literal interpretation, like most of our other videos,” singer/guitarist Kait Eldridge says.
Joyce Manor made their new album 'Million Dollars to Kill Me' with Converge's Kurt Ballou producing, and they're also touring, including shows with Jeff Rosenstock, Vundabar, Big Eyes, and Peach Kelli Pop.