Last month, Green Day’s Revolution Radio Tour made a stop in West Palm Beach. The band brought along Catfish & The Bottlemen as direct support, which made for an incredible pop-punk filled night. Check out our photos from the show below!
Catfish & The Bottlemen
The Daily Slice is excited to premiere a new track by long-time TDS favorites Giants At Large: a cover of Iyaz’s 2009 classic “Replay.”
The new track by the band is off the soundtrack for the upcoming film (Romance) In The Digital Age which premiered in the United States on September 23. Preorders for the film’s soundtrack went live yesterday. If you haven’t heard, The film stars LOLO (you probably know her as the female voice in “Miss Jackson” by Panic At The Disco) and Chris Warren Jr., who’s best known for playing Zeke in High School Musical. The film is directed by Jason Michael Brescia, who previously worked on movies like The Newest Pledge and Bridge and Tunnel. Continue reading Premiere: Giants At Large – “Replay” (Originally By Iyaz)
#ICYMI: Preorders for the (Romance) In The Digital Age soundtrack went live yesterday. If you haven’t heard, The film stars LOLO (you probably know her as the female voice in “Miss Jackson” by Panic At The Disco) and Chris Warren Jr., who’s best known for playing Zeke from High School Musical. The film is directed by Jason Michael Brescia, who previously worked on movies like The Newest Pledge and Bridge and Tunnel.
The Daily Slice is excited to announce that we’re premiering a track off the soundtrack by long-time TDS favorites Giants At Large: a cover of Iyaz’s 2009 classic “Replay.” The track will be available to stream on The Daily Slice’s website on Friday at 12:00pm EST. Continue reading The Daily Slice To Premiere Cover Of “Replay” By Giants At Large This Week
The Rocket Summer spent the last month of the summer traveling the country celebrating the 10th anniversary of their iconic album Do You Feel. The band has been playing massive sets each night, playing through the entirety of the album on top of at least 10 bonus songs off newer releases. Based on what we saw in Boston, this tour has served as a not only reflection on not The Rocket Summer’s past, but as a celebration of the community music has brought together and the power of that community.
Bryce Avary, the mastermind behind The Rocket Summer, made a point of sharing with fans that Do You Feel is so important to him because it’s the record that brought a lot of The Rocket Summer’s fans into this scene. He then called on fans to use their community to make a positive change in the world by donating to the Child Fund, who he brought on tour to raise money to combat child poverty.
We had the opportunity to catch up with Avary himself before he took the stage at Boston’s Brighton Music Hall. Check out the interview below and check out photos from the show here. Continue reading Interview with Bryce Avary of The Rocket Summer
Boston’s Brighton Music Hall was packed to the brim and buzzing with energy, even for a Friday night in the middle of summer. The venue is known for its notorious indie and punk shows hosted in an intimate space with no barrier between the crowd and the stage. But from the moment fans walked in, it was clear they were celebrating.
In fact, for weeks, fans across the country had been celebrating the 10th anniversary of The Rocket Summer’s album that started it all: Do You Feel. The master mind behind The Rocket Summer, Bryce Avary, took a full band on tour to play the album start to finish to celebrate the album’s legacy and how far the music has come since. This was definitely an older crowd than I’m used to seeing at Brighton. Despite overhearing some thirty-something punk bro warn his other thirty-something punk bro to “look out for the 12 year olds” as they made their way through the crowd, I’d say the average attendee was probably in their late twenties. It was a 10th anniversary show, after all. Parents, teens, and college-age twenty-somethings came together sporting apparel from bands from all over the emo/indie/pop-punk spectrum, from Kings of Lean to All Time Low to Blink 182. Because the crowd was so diverse, the show had an awesome dynamic from the get-go. Continue reading Show Review: The Rocket Summer – ‘Do You Feel’ 10th Anniversary Tour