Assuming emo is required, the following results were found.

  • PUDDLE SPLASHER - Missed Connections (Review)

    New Jersey band Puddle Splasher has a fun name, and a delivery to match. You may think, “wait, I heard Puddle Splasher is emo! Emo isn’t fun!” Well, emo they are, and Missed Connections is one of the few albums I would classify as good time emo. A bit...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/170-puddle-splasher-missed-connections-review
  • ROB CASTELLON - Wiretap Records (Labels We Love Interview)

    of a label like coordinating, email etiquette, common business practices, etc. Rob 1340: You’ve released mostly punk rock and emo releases thus far, fitting the mold of the labels you mentioned earlier (Vagrant, The Militia Group (RIP)). Are you looking...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/120-rob-castellon-wiretap-records-labels-we-love-interview
  • CHINESE FOOTBALL - Chinese Football (Review)

    in clusters--the parade of wolves and bears from the grizzled indie folk days of the heady, buzzy 2000s, for example--but emo kids have always clung closely to sports verbiage. There's a kind of irony in it, given that, at any given time, roughly 50% of...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/224-chinese-football-chinese-football-review
  • THE WORLD IS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE & I AM NO LONGER AFRAID TO DIE - Harmlessness (Review)

    & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die Harmlessness Epitaph Records www.epitaph.com Release Date: September 25, 2015 For me the word Emo was initially something terrible. I was into Ska and Punk and that was it. Then I went to see The Juliana Theory open for...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/102-the-world-is-a-beautiful-place-i-am-no-longer-afraid-to-die-harmlessness-review
  • PHARGO. - Rende's (Review)

    Phargo. Rende’s Ozona Records ozonarecords.limitedrun.com Release Date: May 23, 2015 Remember that awesome emo band in your hometown who made a demo CD and sold it to you and your friends? They were legends in around town but no one elsewhere really...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/150-phargo-rende-s-review
  • OLDSOUL - Loverboy (Review)

    overall affect is both soothing and catchy as hell. About three and a half minutes in sugary sweet lead vocals turn into an emo scream, giving power and even further depth to this track. It truly transforms the song, taking it to a level I never saw...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/57-oldsoul-loverboy-review
  • JUNPEI IORI - Little League (Review)

    be said for the DIY take charge attitude that goes into creating a bedroom recording. Junpei Iori is a one man band taking on emo/indie punk within the four walls of his room. Typically when you think of such a setup, you imagine acoustic guitars...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/188-junpei-iori-little-league-review
  • MARIETTA - As It Were (Review)

    trace back to a preternaturally talented and undervalued band. We name movements in hindsight. We build maps in reverse. The emo revival is, in a lot of ways, an attempt to correct for this shortsightedness, these missed opportunities. Its "bumping" a...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/291-marietta-as-it-were-review
  • COUNTER INTUITIVE RECORDS - Jake Sulzer (Labels We Love Interview)

    me the story of how Counter Intuitive Records came to be? Jake Sulzer (JS): In January 2015 I was browsing the subreddit /r/emo when I came across a post that was titled “Hey guys I'm in a small band out of Boston that like to think that we have a lot...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/316-counter-intuitive-records-jake-sulzer-labels-we-love-interview
  • DEAD LEAVES/PINE - Split 7" (Review)

    media that each side starts with a Dead Leaves track and closes with a PINE song. Both bands play poppy punk/indie rock (emo) with the obvious differentiator being that Dead Leaves have a male singer while PINE has a frontwoman. Dead Leaves songs tend...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/151-dead-leaves-pine-split-7-review
  • ORDINARY PEOPLE - Nothing New (Review)

    Records www.wiretaprecords.com Release Date: April 28, 2015 This review is going to date me, but I don’t care. I’m so glad emo is back. Not the pop that was branded as emo by the corporate machine after Brand New and Weezer ruined it but the real, raw,...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/20-ordinary-people-nothing-new-review
  • SECRET STUFF/SUNDRESSED - Split EP (Music Review)

    from both bands comes a split featuring two new songs each. Nashville’s Secret Stuff deliver some great additions to their Emo catalog while Phoenix’s Sundressed offer an acoustic tune and an Indie Rocker that leans a bit more towards the Pop Punk side...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/350-secret-stuff-sundressed-split-ep-music-review
  • INTO IT. OVER IT - Standards (Review)

    Into It. Over It Standards Triple Crown Records www.triplecrownrecords.com Release Date: March 11, 2016 Evan Weiss is emo's camp counselor. He's an elder statesman at this point who established himself with his band The Progress before deciding to go...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/277-into-it-over-it-standards-review
  • World Premiere of CRYSTAL LAKE TX's "Dwell"

    me that Jimmy Eat World's Bleed American is 15 years old this week. That record was so powerful and taught so many of us who emo jams could indeed be pop songs. Also having a birthday is Close Quarters Coalition who turns two. Crystal Lake TX's track...

    http://www.1340mag.com/news/347-world-premiere-of-crystal-lake-tx-s-dwell
  • JAMES CASSAR - Near Mint (Labels We Love Interview)

    and that means a lot, too. Corey’s got a ton of business sense. Corey’s business sense and my unbridled, overflowing emotional complex make for an interesting combination of smart decisions and a terrifying amount of heart, which probably inspired our...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/113-james-cassar-near-mint-interview
  • THE OBSESSIVES - Heck No, Nancy (Review)

    pop, and it’s a real gem. To map where The Obsessives are coming from for you takes you back to a time just before the term emo was fully and finally compromised. Trying to think of this from a formulaic recipe, Heck No, Nancy is essentially one part...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/49-the-obsessives-heck-no-nancy-review
  • NEW DESIGN - Far From Home (Review)

    https://newdesignmusic.bandcamp.com/ Release Date: June 30, 2015 New Design are another in a long list of pop-punk emo bands that take a large part of their influence from the likes of Brand New and Taking Back Sunday. This is the same offshoot of emo...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/32-new-design-far-from-home-review
  • DEMON IN ME - Here’s Your Way Out (Review)

    Demon In Me Here’s Your Way Out Standby Records www.standbyrecords.com Release Date: September 2, 2016 From California come Demon In Me, an Alt Rock band that walks the same trails as bands like A Day to Remember, Thrice, and occasionally, Sunny Day...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/363-demon-in-me-here-s-your-way-out-review
  • THISISTOODIFFICULT - Rafa Puebla (Interview)

    Thisistoodifficult is a band from Laredo Texas that has found a home with Close Quarters Coalition. They play an emo and math-rock influenced style of indie rock that is reminiscent of bands like TTNG, Pedro the Lion and Damien Jurado's I Break Chairs...

    http://www.1340mag.com/features/283-thisistoodifficult-rafa-puebla-interview
  • FARSEEK - March (Review)

    into Cameron Harrison at some point. He fronted the energetic three-piece punk band, Betterment, as well as Saint Augustine emo punk unit Cute Fills. He also worked to book shows all over Florida, and when there wasn’t a place for bands to play, he...

    http://www.1340mag.com/reviews/275-farseek-march-review

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