Circa Survive are an astoundingly gorgeous band.
Cloud Nothings have cemented themselves as some of indie rock’s greatest talent.
The Menzingers have written a beautiful story with After the Party, one about surviving your youth, and ultimately hitting the supposed “start of life” of your thirties.
Code Orange keeps their music relevant by putting tremendous effort into keeping their followers on their toes.
This week Daily Music writers look back — and reconsider — less modern pieces of music. Here, Dominic Polsinelli reflects on pivotal emo band The Get Up Kids.
Old Gray have long been revered within modern emo, and with their latest album, they have cemented themselves as some of the most talented modern musicians with their heaviest material to date.
DIY music is just as concerned with diversifying genres as it is with representing the unique identities within those genres.
In her latest work, Grace has crafted a memoir that explicitly captures her war with gender dysphoria placed besides journal excerpts detailing the struggles and rewards of life as a touring musician.
The Wonder Years taught me that home is where you invest your happiness, and that isn’t something anyone can take away from you.