Riot Fest 2021 Day 2: Smashing Pumpkins, Circle Jerks, NOFX, Lupe Fiasco, more (pics)
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Watch Joyce Manor cover My Chemical Romance’s “Helena” & play their s/t debut at Riot Fest
Joyce Manor played their self-titled debut front to back for its 10th anniversary, followed by 9 other fan faves and a cover of My Chemical Romance's ”Helena.” Watch video of the full set and view pics...
Riot Fest adds Patti Smith, Flaming Lips, Joyce Manor (playing S/T), Alkaline Trio & more
More last-minute additions have been made to Riot Fest, which begins in two weeks.
Riot Fest reveal daily 2021 lineups, add Machine Gun Kelly, Rancid, Dropkick Murphys & more
Riot Fest added more acts to its 2021 lineup and revealed the day-by-day lineups. Single-day tickets go on sale today...
Riot Fest adds NIN, Faith No More, Devo, Dinosaur Jr & more to 2021 lineup
After My Chemical Romance postponed until 2022, Riot Fest has revealed a revamped version of their 2021 lineup, with lots of cool additions.
Descendents replace NOFX at Punk Rock Bowling; ALL playing too (updated lineup)
Circle Jerks, DEVO and more are also also on the lineup of the festival, which happens in September in Downtown Las Vegas.
Thou, Joyce Manor & more talk ska on ‘In Defense of Ska’ podcast
As Aaron Carnes gears up for the release of his 'In Defense of Ska' book, he's been doing an accompanying podcast. He's interviewed tons of notable ska musicians, plus members of some bands you might not expect to go as deep into ska as they do, like Joyce Manor and Thou. Here are some excerpts from those episodes and some quotes from Aaron, co-host Adam Davis (Omnigone, Link 80), and the bands themselves...
Sincere Engineer’s Deanna Belos tells us about her favorite albums of 2020
The indie-punk songwriter dug albums from Hot Mulligan, Laura Jane Grace, Polo G, Protomartyr, Phoebe Bridgers, The Lawrence Arms, and more this year.
Wiretap Records bands list their favorite albums of 2020
Talk Show Host, American Television, Mercy Music, LOVEBREAKERS, Catholic Guilt, Answering Machine, and In Parallel told us about their favorite music of the year.