5 Sep 2011, 05:59 by Riff55
21 Jul 2010, 22:35 by neeshhttp://den.athousandtorches.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/l_5200cb47d58cf58cf98258dae2d32b9e-225x300.jpg
Fred Mascherino is rocking harder than ever these days. The accomplished musician is mostly known for his tenure in Taking Back Sunday from 2003-2007 as lead guitarist and co-vocalist while the band was at the height of their game (2004′s Where You Want to Be [Victory Records] debuted at #3 on the Billboard charts and Louder Now [Warner Bros. Records] earned the band all sorts of appearances- like one in an episode of Degrassi that was named after the first track of the record)… but Fred has been making music for far longer than that stint. He was in the Pennsylvanian band, Brody, from 1992-1999 and then in the trio Breaking Pangaea, which eventually got signed to EQUAL VISION RECORDS. In 2003 Fred saw the first release of a solo song, “Heading Back East,” under the moniker “Basic Design.”
18 Dec 2007, 19:51 by TheKnitLASaturday, December 29th
The Rocketz, Gamblers Mark, Badluck Bandits, Apathetic Youth, Uptown Psychos
7:30 PM, $12
While their music is often classified as psychobilly, the Rocketz appeal to a much wider demographic than just fans of the psychobilly scene. “We describe our sound as psychobilly, but we also pull from a wider influence of genres,” the band says. Their remarkable style blends rockabilly, garage rock and mainstream punk along with Psychobilly to create a sound that transcends traditional categorizations.
Sunday, February 24th
U.S. Bombs, Dr. Know, Far From Finished
7:00 PM, $15
To look closely at the U.S. Bombs’ turbulent history, you would swear they had a curse on their heads. In the last year alone the band has suffered some lethal blows (fist fights and band break-ups), and broken hearts (the loss of childhood friends and loved ones) that should have ended them.
With relentless tenacity, frontman Duane Peters always hits his mark perfectly…
23 Sep 2007, 16:33 by CCSummersSick Fix
Transgression x 3
Laura Stevenson and the Cans
Stand By Me
Touché Amoré (First show in New York)
My Heart To Joy
After the Fall x 3
Polar Bear Club
Crime In Stereo
Have Heart (Last tour show and New York show ever.)
Alex And The Imaginary Friends
Good Old War
A Million Years
The Great Explainer
Make Do and Mend
Pattern is Movement
So Many Dynamos
The Saddest Landscape x 2 (Including first reunion show.)
Lemuria x 2
Portugal. The Man
Matt and Kim
Hot Water Music
Maps & Atlases x 3
Strike Anywhere x 2
Paint It Black x 2
Ruiner x 3
Trash Talk x 2
Coheed & Cambria
The Fall of Troy
The World Inferno/Friendship Society
Defiance, Ohio x2
20 Aug 2007, 11:41 by Kinayda
22 May 2007, 23:32 by threatThe Germs @ Safari Sam's, 5/18/07
One blurred arse shot for now... in two versions. (Too lazy to fix the blurrrr...)
& A bit more in a tiny bit. Including shots of Dr. Know & Black President...
Oh, and maybe one of "Guest DJ" Keith Morris too.
29 Jul 2006, 08:55 by BrainToadUnique Artists: 27
Total Tracks: 112
Total Plays: 112
Getting back into regular listening patterns.
1 Green Day 14
OMG dey r so not punx!!11 Green Day is one band I have loved for years, ever since Warning was their hit record and I bought Nimrod instead, they've had a special place in my hear. Nimrod is a really amazing album. And I'll say it, I like parts of American Idiot, there is some decent and catchy songs on that album, but there is also a lot of crap. But I love listening to Green Day when I'm down or want a trip down memory lane. They are wonderful.
1 Descendents 14
I was in a pop-punky mood, so I threw on Milo Goes to College. As always, it was great. Really fun, really catchy, easy to relate to. The perfect pop-punk album.
1 Camille Saint-Säens 14
This was a new one for me. Saine-Säens is a French composer and he composed a suite called Carnival of the Animals. The part called "Aquariam" was performed by Dick Dale as the old music for Space Mountain…