On Saturday night, Rusty Shipp brought a celebratory atmosphere to Grimey’s New and Preloved Music on the city’s east side.See the Photos
Tag Archives: post-grunge
Sometimes, breakups have unintended consequences. In the case of Nashville-based rockers Glamper, they wound up with a new friend.Hear the Single
Since coming onto the scene, Nashville’s The Parasocial Club has laid claim to a unique sound — one that combines alt-rock edge with a bit of post-grunge grit, tied together by memorable melodies and a touch of quirkiness.Read more
Los Angeles-based indie rockers Lion’s Mouth have had enough of your demands to fall in line.Listen to the Single
So. Many. Tough. Choices.Hear the Best of July
Philly-based band New Alone have released their new single, “Sixteen,” an emotional, progressive jam that straddles the line between psych and grunge.
Artist: The Pavement.
Album: Louisiana (Demo)
Released: Sept. 30, 2017
Artist: Our Lady Peace
Album: Somethingness, Vol. 1
Released: Aug. 25, 2017
Photo credit: Blabbermouth.net
Yesterday, Lehigh Valley Underground and several other music news outlets reported that Puddle of Mudd’s Jan. 30 show at Adelphia Music Hall in Marietta, OH was cut short by a bizarre tirade from the band’s frontman, Wes Scantlin.
Unfortunately for Scantlin, Puddle of Mudd and the band’s fans, this is not an isolated incident. Scantlin is known for his tirades and legal troubles, with the most recent ones noted in this article from Blabbermouth. We do hope that the frontman can get things together, but with so many disappointing shows to his band’s credit, it got us thinking…
What is the most disappointing show you’ve ever been to? Let us know in the comments.