Punk

Interview with Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid is one of the those bands that feels like they’ve been around forever. In actuality, they have been a band longer than some of you reading this have been alive. Every time Slightly Stoopid rolls into town, it’s sure to be one hell of a good time. To get extra hyped up for their […]

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Blink-182 at BB&T Pavilion

Take a trip back in time with us for a moment, and remember when you used to buy CD’s from Tower Records and all of your teen angst was in full force. You would get on the bus, put your headphones on and, more times than not, you turned to ‘Blink–182’.  On Saturday, August 12th, we […]

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Do You See What See-I?

Union Transfer was the setting for fans of Reggae, Rock, and Jangsta Funk, on Saturday night as See-I brought their infectious sound to Philadelphia. With support from DJ Rob Paine and The Pimps of Joytime, the show boasted a triple bill of musical treats. See-I last appeared in the Philly region when they played the […]

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Philly Gets Down With The Get Up Kids

It’s been a crazy ride for The Get Up Kids since they played their first show in Philly, at The Church, well over a decade ago. A lot has changed since then, but the band, and their fans, still share the same enthusiasm for their music as they have from the early days. Last night, […]

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Interview with James Suptic of The Get Up Kids

The Get Up Kids, from Kansas City, burst onto the music scene over fifteen years ago and enjoyed much success before disbanding in 2005. Their 1999 album “Something to Write Home About” was their most successful venture and in 2009 they reunited to re-release the album and do a reunion tour. The reunion led The […]

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