By Samuel Turner Music Journalist Bedridden is a playlist designed for the type of days where you just want to ignore the world and stay in bed all day. Whether your reasons for feeling this way are heartbreak, tiredness or … Continue reading Bedridden: A Playlist For When You Refuse To Leave Your Bed
By Tanner Meadows Music Journalist Wednesday night, Jan. 24, in downtown Austin, nearly the entirety of Mohawk was packed with hair-dyed and merch-clad young adults leaning on the railing of the venue’s multi-layered balconies, standing and facing the stage en … Continue reading Jeff Rosenstock, Joyce Manor Show Review
By Clayton Ambrose Music Journalist Artist: Jeff Rosenstock Album: POST- Release Date: January 1, 2018 Label: Polyvinyl/Quote Unquote Records Hot on the heels of disaster, rock music legend Jeff Rosenstock has decided to get at it early and ensure that … Continue reading Jeff Rosenstock: POST- Review
By Clayton Ambrose Music Journalist “Bomb the Music Industry! (and Action Action) (and Refused) (and Born Against) Are F**king Dead” reads the title of the sixth track on Bomb The Music Industry!’s 2006 album, To Leave or Die In Long … Continue reading Why You Should Listen To Bomb The Music Industry!
By Alisa Pierce Music Journalist Artist: Jeff Rosenstock Album: WORRY. Release Date: October 14th, 2016 Website: https://jeffrosenstock.bandcamp.com/album/worry Jeff Rosenstock is a punk and ska-band veteran, boasting membership in bands such as Mustard Pig, The Bruce Lee Band and Andrew Jackson … Continue reading Jeff Rosenstock: Worry. Review
by Allison Belcher Music Reviewer Photo courtesy of Jeff Rosenstock’s Facebook Jeff Rosenstock, a 32 year old Baldwin, New York native, is a ska punk artist known best for being in Bomb the Music Industry! and The Arrogant Sons of … Continue reading Interview with Jeff Rosenstock
In 2014, Bomb the Music Industry! disbanded. This left Jeff Rosenstock, the bands lead singer/guitarist to focus on his solo career that he started three years ago with the release of I Look Like Shit. The year of the break … Continue reading Album Review of “We Cool”