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Van Full of Nuns on stage with fans


Experiencing Pop Punk’s Not Dead Fest 2021

By Paige GreeneWeb Content Manager All I have to say is pop punk is definitely not dead. https://www.tiktok.com/@paigegreene07/video/6986462455509634309?sender_device=pc&sender_web_id=7016095060052297222&is_from_webapp=v1&is_copy_url=0 On Saturday, July 17, I was able to attend Pop Punk’s Not Dead Fest at Buck’s Backyard in Buda, Texas. The fest was presented by Van Full of Nuns from Dallas, Texas with Bowling For Soup. The event started at 2 p.m. with DJ PartyByBlake until live music started at 4 p.m., […]

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Graphic for the Pop Punk’s Not Dead fest 2021, including an illustration of a skater with a colorful background


Pop Punk’s Not Dead Fest 2021

By Paige Greene Web Content Manager Are you a fan of bands like Fall Out Boy, Paramore, Blink-182, and My Chemical Romance? Van Full of Nuns is teaming up with Bowling for Soup to present Pop Punk’s Not Dead Fest 2021.  The festival will be at Buck’s Backyard in Buda, Texas on Saturday, July 17 from 2:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. and feature headlining band, Bowling for Soup.  Pop Punk’s Not Dead […]

todayJuly 14, 2021 691

The Maine takes the stage in front of a tight crowd. They’re all wearing suits and gold shirts.


The Maine Step Into The Mirror in Fall Tour

By Tania ZapienMusic Journalist The pop punk favorites kicked off The Mirror Tour at Paper Tiger in San Antonio, Texas on Monday, Oct. 21. The Phoenix, Arizona natives delivered a stellar performance full of self-reflection and a lot of love to a crowd of undeniably emo 20-somethings. Per the band’s request on Instagram the day before, the crowd was dressed in gold in honor of the band’s latest album, You […]

todayDecember 1, 2019 39


Bad Suns Concert Review

By Victoria Roxanne HillMultimedia Music Journalist On Oct. 8, 2019, the fans that came to see Bad Suns at Paper Tiger were in for a rude awakening when Ultra Q and Lilly opened the concert. For those unfamiliar with the bands, the openers border on garage rock/anti-folk of the punk subgenre. This makes for an interesting pairing considering the headliner, Bad Suns, is pop punk at their most intense, which […]

todayOctober 11, 2019 1652

New Found Glory play in front of an audience at Emo’s Austin. Behind the band, a big marquee with their name, city and date of the concert.


New Found Glory: The Show That Restored My Faith in Pop/Punk

By Tania ZapienMusic Journalist When I found out pop/punk veterans, New Found Glory was bringing their From the Screen to Your Stereo to Your Town tour to Emo’s in Austin on Tuesday night, I couldn’t resist. As a teenager, I was into pop/punk the way some people were into Justin Bieber. My favorite nights consisted of loudly blasting bands such as All Time Low (who got their name from New […]

todayJuly 18, 2019 35

The band members, one holding up a drum, and their gear on a black background.


Joyce Manor: A Million Dollars to Kill Me Album Review

By Tanner Meadows Music Journalist Artist: Joyce Manor Album: A Million Dollars to Kill Me Release Date: September 21, 2018 Label: Epitaph Website: https://joyce-manor.com/ As word of their frenetic energy and turbulent house shows found its way out of Californian basements and onto the internet, pop-punk powerhouse Joyce Manor has continued to resonate with a young and steadily growing fanbase. In addition, every album they put out (prior to their […]

todayOctober 14, 2018 35


The Wonder Years and Revisionist Pop Punk

By Clayton Ambrose Music Journalist In the realm of film criticism, there exists a genre named the “revisionist Western." This is a sub-genre of Western films where cliches and running themes of the genre are subverted, often playing with grey morality and re-shaping or completely disregarding the messages inherent in the John Wayne-era’s shiny and heroic portrayal of the realistically bloody and depraved wild, wild West. Revisionist Westerns seem preoccupied […]

todayMay 12, 2018 117


The Starting Line: Anyways Review

By Cheyenne Heaslet Music Reviewer Artist: The Starting Line Album: Anyways EP Label: Downtown Records Release Date: February 18, 2016 Website: www.startinglinerock.com Anyone familiar with the pop-punk explosion of the mid-2000s will no doubt remember The Starting Line. Whether from the fresh-faced pop of “The Best of Me” or the infectious vibes of “Island,” it was hard not to form an opinion on the then-young Pennsylvania quartet. While putting out […]

todayMarch 7, 2016 29


Lithuania: Hardcore Friends

When I first picked up Lithuania’s Hardcore Friends, I was honestly very hesitant. The cover caught me off guard and I really wasn't sure what to think. Then I heard “God In Two Persons” and I knew immediately that I liked it.

todayDecember 10, 2015 72

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