Dance party Bump & Grindcore gets nasty in memory of Amy Winehouse, local postpunks Daylight Robbery release a long-in-the-works LP, and more.
Up Up Down Down Left Right Left Right B A Start isn’t just a Konami cheat code—it’s also the name of an emo-influenced indie-rock band reuniting at Beat Kitchen.
Shame That Tune rides off into the embarrassing sunset, Owen and Into It. Over It. release a split EP, and more.
Stargazing in the mud at Pitchfork, plus new records on the way from RLYR and the duo of Ryley Walker and Bill MacKay
The drummer for these freshly reunited emo luminaries talks to keyboardist and singer Kate Grube of Chicago upstarts Kittyhawk.
Six Reader music writers share their favorites from 2014 with year-end lists that do more than just put the same records in a different order.
Matt Kimmel’s good-bye to booking the Burlington, emo royalty at American Football, a new Swearwords EP, and more
Midwestern underground emo is coming back—and it’s turning up overseas and on the charts.