ALBUM REVIEW: Wednesday 13 – ‘Condolences’

Let me preface by saying, Wednesday 13 has a heavily defined style of songwriting and vocal delivery that's been uniquely crafted and sculpted in gory greatness. It's completely unmistakable regardless of his efforts to add more minor chords and depressing harmonies to each album throughout the years. Wednesday's probably more

Must See Bands at Warped Tour 2017

Ever summer, pre-teens, young adults, parents, and straight up wild music lovers come out to their local venue or even travel, to spend a long awaited scorching day to see their favorite bands perform. This year the lineup is killer once again and in no particular order, here are the must see

B-Sides Top 10: Best Hard Rock Albums of 2016

2016 was a complex year for society. Whether citizens viewed it as a successful year or a time they wish they could erase, Hard Rock enthusiasts had a lot to appreciate about this year. Up and coming bands, and bands who have continued their position in their audience's hearts, have

LIVE REVIEW: Bloc Party in Nashville 5/23/2016

Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom had a specific type of crowd on May 23rd. They wanted to dance. Maybe they were struggling against the Monday lull or remembered Bloc Party from electroclash club nights in the early 2000s. Either way, they weren't sitting still. Openers the Vaccines satiated their need. Two girls told

Too Tough To Die: The Legacy of the Ramones

As you may have heard, this past weekend the world lost the last original member of punk pioneers, The Ramones. Tommy Ramone's death could inspire a lot of things, (like an investigation into how Ozzy Osbourne and Keith Richards are still kicking and he's not,) but it inspired us here

Ramones Debut Album Goes Gold

The Ramones are one of the most successful and recognizable punk bands in America. Since their start in the 70's they've been a symbol of rebellion and rock, so it comes as a surprise that after all of these years their self-titled debut album, which was released April 23 1976,

ON RADAR: TV Ghost

Indiana indie rock band TV Ghost, originally came together in 2006. With their many bandmate changes throughout the years the band currently consists of Tim Gick (vocalist/guitarist), Jimmy Frezza (vocalist/guitarist), Brahne Hoeft (keyboardist), Tristan Ivas (bassist), and Jackson VanHorn (drummer). They released their 7" Atomic Rain in 2007 and their self-titled EP in

OPINION: What’s Punk Rock in 2013?

It is said to have been a music genre that developed in the mid 1970s in the United Kingdom, United States, and Australia. Yet some would say the Punk Rock genre had its first appearance in the 1960s with such artists like Iggy Pop and Patti Smith. It was created