Blink-182 helped connect the mainstream pop-punk of the late 90s to the Soundcloud rap of today.
Five Riot Fest emo acts—Thursday, Tigers Jaw, the Anniversary, Balance & Composure, and Underoath—talk about how the genre’s reputation has evolved along with its sound.
Pitchfork has never booked an emo act before—but the Hotelier’s new album is too good to ignore.
An ode to the better parts of emo’s lingering third wave focused on Philadelphia’s Mewithoutyou.
Midwestern underground emo is coming back—and it’s turning up overseas and on the charts.
The name-your-price release Darker Matter may add to the sea changes emo is undergoing.
Legs Like Tree Trunks back off on the guitars for the tranquil “Parked Cars”
Ian Mackaye opinions about album pricing, an 18-disc box set of African pop, Will Oldham’s Crocs, folky photos, and lots of concert recommendations
This week’s Early Warnings include Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O., Asobi Seksu, the Cold War Kids, Buddy Guy, My Chemical Romance, Obits, Trouble, and the Old Town School of Folk Music’s winter and spring schedule.
Celebrity-customized Guitar Hero controllers for charity
My Chemical Romance show 10/26 at House of Blues