The Summer Set decided to start off their 2014 by going on an up-close-and-personal acoustic tour on select dates across the US, playing venues that hold a max of 400 people. I was fortunate enough to go to the San Francisco date of Legendary Unplugged on February 22, 2014. Bottom of the Hill, a 350 capacity venue, was the first venue The Summer Set headlined back in 2010, and now they were back again. I did not know what to expect from this night, other than the fact I knew it was going to be Legen-wait for it-dary. Continue reading Concert Review: The Summer Set – Legendary Unplugged
A Will Away recorded 2 acoustic versions of songs off their EP Cold Weather, and an acoustic cover of The 1975 exclusively for The Daily Slice. Check out the videos of the performances below, stream and purchase Cold Weather on the GIANTmkt Bandcamp page, and click here to read my review of the EP.
Artist vs Poet is streaming their album, Sake of Love on soundcloud. It’s set to release tomorrow, but you can listen to it below, now! Stay tuned for our album review coming soon.
The Atlanta, GA based pop-punk band Light The Avenue just released a brand new music video for their song “I’m Sorry, Holden Caulfield” off their album If You Really Want To Know, which was released in October of 2013. Stream the video below and visit their Bandcamp page to download the album.
I caught up with Pentimento’s drummer Mike Hansen at their Boston, MA stop on their tour with Dads and Reggie And The Full Effect at Brighton Music Hall. Check out the video below to hear Mike’s thoughts on social media and the vinyl revival, tour updates, upcoming tour plans, and of course, pizza analogies.