By Damon Workman

Review:The Over Everythings ‘No Solidarity’

The Over Everythings          No Solidarity I am in a quandry with this review.  I’m torn between being speechless and word vomiting superlatives at a blistering pace. I guess you could say I’m smitten with Hannah, the young heroine of No Solidarity‘s epic tale of disillusionment in modern times. The Over Everythings are […]

By Jules kenNERDdy

Is Rayner’s, “Disasters”, a Disaster In Itself?

My first attempt at clickbait – what do you think I’m gonna say? Does Rayner’s new EP suck??? Spoiler alert – IT DOESN’T! Shockingly I have yet to see Rayner perform live – but I’ve known of the band for quite a while. This is the first time, to be honest, I sat down and […]

By Ty Dykema

Review: Boys Home – “Wishbone”

Review: Boys Home – ‘Wishbone’ Until recently, I didn’t give the state of Kansas much thought unless it was March Madness season and the Jayhawks were playing. But over the last year and some change, there’s been a buzz in my ear about this unique and growing music scene from the eastern suburbs of Kansas […]

By Kami Provan

Rancid – trouble maker

If there were such a thing as pillars of the Punk community then Rancid would be held aloft with very few others, blazing a trail of tunes and statements since 1991. They may create many a discussion around their entitlement to this accolade, as I have witnessed on many a forum where Punks prefer to […]