Musical emo – Pinehurst Kids Tue, 28 Jun 2022 11:01:39 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Musical emo – Pinehurst Kids 32 32 Project Logistics Market Outlook 2022 and Growth by Top Key Players – Rhenus Logistics, Bolloré Logistics, Agility Logistics, EMO Trans Tue, 28 Jun 2022 06:51:30 +0000

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Major Project Logistics Market Players Are:

  • Logistics Rhénus
  • Bollore Logistics
  • Logistics Agility
  • EMO Trans
  • Hellmann Global Logistics
  • Kuehne + Nagel International
  • CH Robinson Worldwide
  • Ceva Logistics
  • NMT Global Project Logistics
  • Rohlig Logistics
  • Ryder system
  • Washington International Shippers
  • Megalift Sdn Bhd
  • Dako Worldwide Transport GmbH
  • CKB Logistics Group
  • SAL Heavy Lift GmbH
  • DB Schenker
  • Kerry Logistics
  • Deutsche Post DHL

Global Project Logistics Market Segmentation:

Global Project Logistics Market Segment By Type:

  • Transportation
  • Sender
  • Inventory management and warehousing
  • Other

Global Project Logistics Market Segment By Application:

  • oil and gas
  • Energy and Power
  • Construction
  • Manufacturing
  • Other

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UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
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    • North America includes the United States, Canada and Mexico
    • Europe includes Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain
    • South America includes Colombia, Argentina, Nigeria and Chile
    • Asia Pacific includes Japan, China, Korea, India, Saudi Arabia and Southeast Asia

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Machine Gun Kelly Set to Perform at Freedom Music Pavilion in Camden Sunday Night Philadelphia News, Sports, Weather, Traffic & Top Spots Sun, 26 Jun 2022 22:54:00 +0000

Family and friends celebrate life event of Delco man who drowned in WildwoodFriends and family gathered at Cobbs Creek Park on Sunday to honor his memory.

Frustration for air travelers this weekend as more than 730 flights were canceled in the United StatesThis includes 32 cancellations at Philadelphia International Airport. Delta Airlines and its operations in Atlanta have been the hardest hit.

Crews battle a fire in the Brendan T Byrne State Forest in New JerseyMatt Peterson discusses the fire crews battling at Brendan T Byrne State Forest.

Philadelphia Zoo holds celebration in honor of World Refugee DayPeople stopped by for a day of music, fun and food. Several agencies provided information on how to help people who have been forced to flee their country of origin to escape conflict or persecution.

Phillies fans react to Bryce Harper injuryHarper was hit by a hand throw during Saturday night’s game against the San Diego Padres.

Temple Emanuel and Congregation M’kor Shalom unite as Congregation Kol AmiA great day in the Jewish community of Cherry Hill. On Sunday, they held a Torah march, celebrating unification.

Dozens of Holocaust survivors will gather in Elkins Park on Monday to commemorate Holocaust Survivor Day on SundayJewish Child and Family Services will host a luncheon in their honor, centered on joy and resilience.

Philadelphia Weather: Holiday Weekend RainMatt Peterson has the latest predictions.

Family and friends celebrate life event of Delco man who drowned in WildwoodFriends and family gathered at Cobbs Creek Park on Sunday to honor his memory.

Man shot 5 times in North Philadelphia, police sayHe was transported to Temple University Hospital by private vehicle, where doctors stabilized his injuries.

Grammy winner Yolanda Adams performs at Gospel On IndependenceThe singer performs on Fifth and Market streets with the Welcome America Mass Choir featuring talented singers from across the city.

Philadelphia police find body of burnt man, possibly shot in East Mount AiryPolice found a burnt body in Hortter and Musgrave streets just before 1 p.m.

Machine Gun Kelly set to perform at the Freedom Music Pavilion in Camden on Sunday eveningThe rapper, known for hits like “Papercuts” and “Emo Girl,” will perform at 8 p.m. Sunday.

Families learn to raise and care for goats at Wissahickon Valley Park in Chestnut HillGoats rescued from Rose Bridge Farm went for a hike in Wissahickon Valley Park on Sunday.

Screening underway for deceased firefighter Lt. Sean Williamson in South Philadelphiareports Alicia Roberts.

Manayunk Arts Festival Returns to Main StreetThe festival opens at 11 a.m. on Sunday.

Digital Brief: Sunday, June 26 (morning)Jan Carabeo has your Sunday morning digital briefing.

Gas prices drop below $5 per gallon on average in the Delaware ValleyAAA expects a record number of car trips ahead of the July 4 weekend.

The sighting of a Philadelphia firefighter who fell into custody on SundayThe Philadelphia Fire Department released logistical information for Lt. Sean Williamson’s funeral earlier this week.

Bryce Harper speaks to the media after breaking his thumbHarper was hit by a pitch in the Phillies’ 4-2 win over the San Diego Padres.

Weather update: Sunday hot and humidreports Tammie Souza.

Pet Project: Talking Dogs and FloorsAnimal advocate Carol Erickson joins CBS3 for this week’s Pet Project segment.

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Police investigate multiple shootings in PhiladelphiaIn one of the shootings, police said they found at least 45 spent shell casings.

Emerita Resources (CVE:EMO) Share price up 17.3% Sat, 25 Jun 2022 06:52:50 +0000

The stock price of Emerita Resources Corp. (CVE:EMO – Get Rating) rose 17.3% at midday on Thursday. The company traded as low as CA$1.55 and last traded at CA$1.49. About 237,856 shares changed hands during the midday session, down 56% from the average daily volume of 537,313 shares. The stock had previously closed at C$1.27.

The company has a quick ratio of 37.37, a current ratio of 37.97 and a leverage ratio of 96.66. The stock has a 50-day simple moving average of C$1.62 and a 200-day simple moving average of C$2.41. The company has a market capitalization of C$244.62 million and a PE ratio of -8.00.

Emerita Resources (CVE:EMO – Get Rating) last released its quarterly results on Thursday, May 26. The company reported EPS C ($0.05) for the quarter.

About Distinguished Resources (CVE: EMO)

Emerita Resources Corp., a natural resources company, engages in the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral properties primarily in Spain. The company mainly explores gold and zinc deposits. The Company holds interests in three exploration properties including the Iberia Belt West project, located in the province of Huelva in southwestern Spain; Plaza Norte project located in the Reocin mining camp in Cantabria, northern Spain; and the Sierra Alta project, located in the Asturias region of northwestern Spain.

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Watch WILLOW’s trippy video for new single It’s My Fault Fri, 24 Jun 2022 10:45:00 +0000

WILLOW is deep in her feelings with her latest single and for good reason. The new song of the singer, it’s my fault, sees the 21-year-old questioning her responsibility for an explosive breakup with another woman.

The artist, who identifies as LGBTQ+, talks about emotional exchanges with his partner: ‘​​It’s all in my head, it’s all in my head / I try to go back and all the while / I hurt inside, it’s your fault.’

Speaking on the new single, WILLOW shares more about the meaning of it’s my fault: “It is too often in tender emotional states that we try to blame others for our hurts. Even though none of us are perfect, to some degree, we are the ones who allow ourselves to find ourselves in situations that do not serve our highest purpose.

It’s My Fault explores what it’s like to hold ourselves equally accountable for the emotional pain we feel while allowing ourselves to be human and fully process everything of our feelings without shame.

Whereas it’s my fault marks a new solo release for WILLOW, the singer stuck in the alternative scene. She recently collaborated with Siiickbrain for the release of Purge and YUNGBLUD for the anthem track, Memories.

While we expect some topical music to hit the charts soon, WILLOW is currently gearing up for festival tour dates at Lollapalooza in Chicago and Reading & Leeds in the UK.

So get ready to see WILLOW on stage soon and watch the singer’s visualizer, directed by Dana Trippe, because it’s my fault below:

Matisse Capital holds $877,000 in ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund Inc (NYSE:EMO) Wed, 22 Jun 2022 15:03:20 +0000

Matisse Capital increased its stake in ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund Inc (NYSE:EMO – Get Rating) by 12.7% in the first quarter, Holdings Channel reports. The company held 31,092 shares of the investment management firm after purchasing an additional 3,504 shares during the quarter. Matisse Capital’s holdings in ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund were worth $877,000 at the end of the last reporting period.

A number of other hedge funds have also been buying and selling stocks recently. Logan Stone Capital LLC acquired a new position in ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund in the fourth quarter, valued at approximately $1,721,000. Saba Capital Management LP bought a new position in ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund in the fourth quarter, valued at approximately $3,119,000. Quantedge Capital Pte Ltd increased its position in ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund by 5.2% in the fourth quarter. Quantedge Capital Pte Ltd now owns 165,248 shares of the investment management company valued at $3,609,000 after acquiring 8,232 additional shares in the last quarter. Wolverine Asset Management LLC increased its position in ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund by 68.4% in the fourth quarter. Wolverine Asset Management LLC now owns 173,446 shares of the investment management company valued at $3,788,000 after acquiring an additional 70,448 shares in the last quarter. Finally, Raymond James Financial Services Advisors Inc. increased its position in ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund by 12.0% in the fourth quarter. Raymond James Financial Services Advisors Inc. now owns 271,666 shares of the investment management company valued at $5,933,000 after acquiring 29,180 additional shares in the last quarter.

ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund stock traded at $1.30 midday Wednesday, hitting $23.08. The company’s stock had a trading volume of 100 shares, compared to its average volume of 58,051. ClearBridge Energy Midstream Opportunity Fund Inc has a 52-week low of $19.45 and a 52-week high of 31, $60. The company has a 50-day moving average price of $28.30 and a 200-day moving average price of $26.02.

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Emo band Algernon Cadwallader reunite for their first tour in 10 years Mon, 20 Jun 2022 19:43:26 +0000

Algernon Cadwallader helped put Philadelphia’s DIY punk scene on the map, but the Bucks County emo act broke up just before its influence and popularity peaked.

Ten years later, the group is reforming at the request of its loyal fan base and preparing for a national tour. It will include two return shows at Union Transfer on October 22 and 24. The first is already complete.

The band was formed in Yardley by a group of high school friends in 2005 and is named after the town’s first mayor. But he parted ways in 2012 after releasing two studio albums – 2008’s ‘Some Kind of Cadwallader’ and 2011’s ‘Parrot Flies’.

Now, the original lineup is busy relearning its ambitious but youthful catalog of math rock-influenced punk tracks from the various cover videos that have piled up on YouTube since the band’s split.

“(I) played a million notes like a moron and now I have to relearn them all,” guitarist Joe Reinhart joked in an interview with Spin. “Who has tabs? »

But his humility underestimates the group’s influence. Although Algernon did not attract much attention during his first activity, Algernon had a big impact on the “emo revival” that took off in the years following his breakup.

Algernon helped repopularize the “Midwest emo” sound pioneered by bands like American Football and Braid in the 1990s, which emphasized the indie and math rock influences of emo over the pop punk influences that were more important in the formation of Algernon.

Reinhart’s busy style, which made extensive use of arpeggios, finger taps, hammers, and pull-offs, has been emulated by many guitarists since the band broke up.

Another important part of the band’s sound is the delightfully offbeat, raspy vocals of frontman and bassist Peter Helmis.

Algernon’s tight, polished rhythm section ties everything together beneath all the chaos.

The final product was indulgent and relentlessly non-commercial, yet endearing and surprisingly upbeat for a genre so fundamentally rooted in teenage angst.

All of this was undermined by the band’s deep-rooted pop sensibility, including their choice of covers. Most emo bands wouldn’t be interested in playing Elvis Costello or Beatles tunes, but Algernon considered them primary influences.

The band’s most popular track is “Spit Fountain”, which was first recorded on 2009’s “Fun” EP.

The band’s only two studio albums were produced by Reinhart.

It’s a way for the group to demonstrate its DIY ethic. Algernon also turned down a deal with Jade Tree Records, one of the most influential labels on the Midwestern emo scene, in favor of releasing music on his own label, Hot Green.

The group’s untimely demise is another product of this way of thinking. In 2012, when Algernon broke up, the house shows the band usually played started to feel “gentrified,” Helmis told Spin.

This was partly due to the band’s influence. Helmis said the musical diversity that defined the DIY scene was replaced by a new generation of bands that primarily used Algernon’s signature shimmering sound.

But Algernon’s broad influence also led to the group receiving critical acclaim.

When the band’s entire catalog was re-released as a self-titled album in honor of “Some Kind’s” 10th anniversary in 2018, Pitchfork gave the band’s studio debut an 8.3.

“(It’s) an album that treats its songs like secrets they’re dying to share,” wrote Ian Cohen. “They can barely contain themselves.”

Algernon also helped lay the groundwork for Philadelphia and the surrounding area to become an epicenter of punk and indie alongside acts like MewithoutYou, Nothing and Modern Baseball.

Reinhart has remained an important figure in the region’s rock sphere. He now plays guitar for Hop Along, another band with Bucks County roots, and has produced albums for Joyce Manor, Prince Daddy & the Hyena and Remo Drive.

He also produced the only album released by Dogs on Acid, one of Helmis’s many post-Algernon projects.

Future Teens Make Room For You To Sit In Your Uncomfortable Feelings On “Same Difference” Sat, 18 Jun 2022 19:51:19 +0000

Boston’s “pop bummer” outfit Future Teens returns with scintillating new single, “Same Difference.”
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Jhere’s that lyric from Future Teens’ song ‘Separated Anxiety’ that I’ve been thinking about regularly since I first heard it in the spring of 2021 – “So when I said, ‘I don’t hate myself, I guess. I’m just tired and overwhelmed. At least I’m glad I finally said something I felt.”

And there’s this place where the band’s songs – musically, often infectiously written, accessible and even exuberant in execution – converge with incredibly austere reflections on the human condition.

If I were to use the phrase “adult emo music” to describe a sound, it’s understandable that someone might initially have reservations, because, on paper at least, it looks like it would be quite an accident. of trains. And in the hands of a less capable group, it certainly would.

And when I use the phrase “adult emo music,” it’s not in reference to much of the Hot Topic-adjacent emo acts that rose to prominence in the early 2000s. is in reference to music that is thoughtful, a little softer, catchy and melodic in sound, appealing to people in a specific age group (30 or older) who still cling to their original copies of Jimmy Eat World’s Clarity Where Something to write home by The Get Up Kids, and has been revisiting each with regularity ever since.



Thoughtful, softer, catchy and melodic, but often full of extremely disappointing and difficult self-reflection.

Based in Boston, Future Teens could and have been described in a myriad of ways, including half seriously and half jokingly about the band in its early days: “a high school band that got together in their twenties but continued to play their youthful repertoire. And maybe comfortable with the band calling themselves “bummer pop” in the short biography on their Bandcamp page, but arguably, the band does what I would consider “pop”. emo music for adults”.

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Arriving just over a year after the band’s release Deliberately living EP and released alongside as the quartet embarked on a European tour, Future Teens are back with a new single, “same difference.”

Musically, this time around Future Teens don’t stray too far from the sound you might already be familiar with – guitar power pop, and they cram as much of it as they can in under three minutes. Structurally, “Same Difference” includes some additional layers of jangle and bombast by having a tambourine and strummed acoustic guitar – both elements create a subtle yet dramatic touch where they appear in the song.

Self-effacing and often humble personal observations have played an important role in Future Teens’ songwriting from the start, no matter who handles primary vocal duties – the band is co-fronted by guitarists and vocalists Amy Hoffman and Daniel Radin. And yes, while “Same Difference” is lyrically rooted in a place of belittlement, it, as Radin’s lyricism had hinted on a few songs from Deliberately livingattempts, as much as he can, to play against type and take steps toward emotional reckoning and growth.

Have I finally started to understandRadin asks in the first two seconds of “Same Difference.” “Who the hell did I want to be now? / Someone who can actually laugh at what he did because he was sad.”

Mental Health – awareness of yourself and those around you – was a recurring theme on four of the five tracks on Deliberately living. Here, “Same Difference” finds Radin and Hoffman pondering the idea that connecting with another person, seeking out someone as damaged or emotionally ill as you isn’t the best decision.

If you’re looking for someone so different“, sing the two in the refrain of the song. “Well then all the parts won’t fit / It’s not either / either giving up or giving in.”

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Mental Health – an awareness of yourself and how it might impact those around you – is at the heart of “Same Difference”. This reveal comes in its final 30 seconds, as Radin begins to make those conscious strides toward growth and understanding how you can inadvertently push others away when you’re shrouded in a fog of depression. “I spent so long beside myself/I couldn’t imagine myself with someone else,” he admits.”Who is going to sit next to me? / It turns out that I hadn’t reserved a seat. / It’s simple, but not easy to make room for someone.”

The “power” of “power pop” that Future Teens crafts comes from the exuberance with which the songs are often arranged and the personal, identifiable, resonant lyricism. “Same Difference” is a shimmering slice of whatever you want to call it – adult emo music; bummer pop – an intersection where something short, catchy and has a long, screaming chorus collides head-on with songwriting that makes you feel hugely seen.

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The Endgame: Internet Explorer, Blackberry, iPod Thu, 16 Jun 2022 04:51:00 +0000 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs.

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The year is 2008. Just back from the movies, you excitedly BBM your best friend about Dusk, a future teen slumber party staple, on your prized Blackberry: it’s a phone trusted by fellow Americans in everything from corporate employees in suits to the LA “it girl” Paris Hilton to newly elected President Obama. Your plan now is to listen to “Flightless Bird, American Mouth” on repeat on your iPod over the next few weeks until the prom scene from the movie fades from memory. Later, like any self-respecting emo fan, you’ll download the movie posters from Internet Explorer (IE), braving its leisurely pace, to display in your bedroom.


Often remembered by millennials, this snapshot of their youth has become a relic by 2022. In the first half of this year alone, many iconic tech products from the idyllic 2000s have been dropped under the daisies. The latest to join the list is IE: yesterday, that is June 15, 2022, the nearly three-decade-old browser was permanently disabled and users will now find themselves redirected to Microsoft Edge.

Launched in 1995 as an add-on for Windows 95, IE reached its peak in 2003 with around 95% user share before gradually losing popularity to new competitors, such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, between 2008 and 2012. abandonment, many mourned the loss, some with more humor than others. “Please help us download other web browsers,” one user wrote on Twitter.

Just a month ago, Apple, another tech giant, announced that it was ending production of the older, wiser predecessor to the iPhone: the iPod. Two decades after the device’s debut in 2001, the iPod Touch is the only model that remains available today. Once supplies run out, the product that redefined what you carried around in your pockets, even your entire music library, will be lost forever!

The first jolt of loss, however, was felt early in the year when, in January, Blackberry announced that it was disabling support for its operating system and related services, rendering its phones obsolete, except for those using Android operating systems. Named after the drupelets that make up the blackberry fruit, this smartphone reached a 20% market share in 2009 in just seven years after its launch. In 2013, however, the company was waiting for takeover due to the rise of Apple and Samsung phones.

The current year is far from over and the remaining six months could see many more 2000s tech favorites hand over to newer devices after decades of loyal service. Perhaps this signals as much progress in technology as it does in our gray hairs! Don’t you millennials agree?

Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Giveon, Thrice, Sarah Shook, Anti-Flag, more Tue, 14 Jun 2022 22:13:45 +0000

Here’s a roundup of the latest tour news. See the Tour Dates category for more information.


50 Cent is jumping into the concert holiday craze, hosting “Green Light Gang” from September 22-26, 2022 in Malta. He will headline the four-day, four-night event, which will also feature performances from Akon, Fat Joe, Heartless Crew, Jeremih, DJ Premier, Remy Ma, So Solid Crew, Trina and more. Learn more here.


R&B singer Giveon (who was co-signed by Drake early on and most recently appeared on Justin Bieber’s “Peaches” alongside Daniel Caesar) will be touring with Fana Hues this summer, including stops in Manhattan (Radio City Music Hall on 8/19), Brooklyn (Kings Theater on 8/21), Richmond, Atlanta, Raleigh, Orlando, Miami, Dallas, Austin and more. All dates are here.


Will Oldham will be touring this summer, including stops in Woodstock (Town Hall Theater 8/13), San Francisco, Santa Cruz, Big Sir and more.


Amyl and the Sniffers will return to North America this fall for a tour between Primavera LA and Ohana Fest.


The Soundcloud Next Wav Festival takes place Thursday, June 16 at 1896 Brooklyn (592 Johnson Ave) with a mix of performances, talks and workshops. Live sets include Fivio Foreign, Ice Spice, Jay Bezzy, Girll Codee, and more. All the details are here.



Captain of the Scranton punks, We’re Sinking broke up in 2018 but will reunite for “just one night” at his hometown’s Good Things Are Happening mini-fest, and the lineup also includes Slingshot Dakota, Valleyheart, James Barrett, Pay For Pain (formerly Tigers Jaw), and more.

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Influential emo veterans The Get Up Kids recently revealed they will be performing their classic 1997 debut album four minute mile in full for their 25th anniversary at Riot Fest, and now they’ve announced a full headlining tour that will see them play the entire album, plus the one from the same year. Woodson EP, with support from fellow emo Sparta veterans.


Three Times Already Revealed They Played 2002s The illusion of security in full at Furnace Fest, and now they’ve added two gigs in their home state of California, which will also see them perform the album, at House Of Blues in Anaheim, California on December 17 and 18.


Thursday celebrate the 21st anniversary of their classic 2001 album Complete collapse performing it live at select shows, the first of which is at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City on July 9 with Circa Survive’s Anthony Green. That show is now sold out, so they’ve added a second show at White Eagle Hall on July 16th. This second show is very exciting, as it is with Jeremy Enigk of Sunny Day Real Estate and Hundreds of AU, the band featuring Tom Schlatter, who provided the iconic guest vocals on Complete collapse“Cross Out the Eyes” and “Autobiography of a Nation”.


Afropunk is finally back with its first Brooklyn festival since 2019, and the lineup includes Burna Boy, The Roots, Freddie Gibbs, Tierra Whack, Earl Sweatshirt, Isaiah Rashad, Bartees Strange, Mick Jenkins, BbyMutha, Lucky Daye, and more .


The 2022 edition of Rolling Loud NYC features Nicki Minaj, A$AP Rocky, Future, Busta Rhymes, Pusha T, Lil Baby, Lil Uzi Vert, 21 Savage, Big Sean, Conway the Machine, Moneybagg Yo, Lil Tjay and more Again .


Miami’s III Points has announced its 2022 lineup: LCD Soundsystem, Rosalía, Freddie Gibbs, James Blake, Tycho, The Marías, Homeshake, Shygirl, Andy Stott, Pink Siifu, Flume, Busta Rhymes, AG Cook, and more.


The Bauhaus had to cancel the last two dates of its spring tour – Denver and Tempe, AZ – due to an “unforeseen medical issue”. The group announced a new show in Denver and a brand new show in LA, but Tempe will not be rescheduled.


Soccer Mommy’s new album Sometimes forever due out later this month (pre-order on limited milky clear vinyl), and after performing at Governors Ball on Sunday, she’s heading to Europe and the UK for shows with The War on Drugs and HAIM later this month, with a North American headlining tour to follow in November. There hadn’t been a date in New York on that tour, but now that GovBall is over, she’s announced one.


Sarah Shook & The Disarmers began their tour with Joshua Ray Walker on Wednesday in San Antonio and dates include Austin, Houston, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Rockford, Davenport, Minneapolis and Milwaukee. They have also rescheduled dates on the East Coast this fall, including TV Eye in New York on November 3. All dates are here.


Anti-Flag will take ANTIfest on the road in the United States and Canada this fall, including stops in Boston, Pittsburgh, Portland, Chicago, Toronto and more. Go here for all dates.


The “Good to See You” spoken word tour has Rollins recounting “the events of his life in the brief pre-COVID period since the last tour and when things got even stranger over the past few months.”


Clutch has announced a tour featuring exceptional support from Helmet and Quicksand, who will be rotating the main support slot every night, and Butthole Surfers’ JD Pinkus is also opening all dates.


British duo Jockstrap have just announced their debut album and first North American tour.


Canadian band Preoccupations will be on tour this fall in support of their new album, Provisions.


Luis Vasquez will be on tour for his new album Soft Moon, To exist.


Aeon Station, aka 3/4 Wrens, will be heading to Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Portland and Seattle on tour this summer.

Preview of Power Chord – Rock ‘n Roll Slay The Spire Mon, 13 Jun 2022 14:00:00 +0000

There’s a kilt-wearing mountaineer with an ax guitar combo on the left side of the stage, strumming notes that send shockwaves to the other side, obliterating red-skinned demons adorned in vintage punk rock helmets . It’s a power metal fantasy with riffs that literally rip – sprinkle some roguelike elements alongside a deck of cards and you’ve got the 2022 version of Slay the Spire, but with a bit more rock ‘n roll.

Power Chord is quite simple. You have a map that you draw yourself, leading to fights, bosses, shops, and health drops, charting your own journey to each segment’s final big bad. Along the way, you collect cards specific to each of your four party members, cards you can use to heal, arm, or attack. It’s a roguelike inspired by Monster Train, but with a unique style that celebrates punk, rock and metal, from 60s swing to 00s emo.


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My favorite member of the group is Grimnir Brawlfist, not only because his name is as metal as his aforementioned kilt and ax guitar, but because he’s a rage-fueled damage dealer who turns incoming attacks into powerful counters. . Each of the four has its own interesting twist that works in tandem with the others, creating near-perfect synergy if you deal the right cards. It’s kind of like a real band, except instead of instruments flowing together to make a metallic ballad, you have graffiti guns firing on all cylinders, bone-smashing notes and crushing masses. skulls.

Card games are in spades these days – whether you dive into the tabletop world or browse Steam for something new to play, you’ll find a million bucks to try. But developer Big Blue Bubble struck a chord with me due to its unabashed aesthetic, swaying me with vibrant neon scenes, dazzling lights, pop art map designs, striking backing music, and enemies. flamboyant punk. There hasn’t been a metal or rock game that incorporates culture into its visuals like this since Brutal Legend.

But that was just the reel. Once ensnared, Power Chord turned out to be one of the most intuitive card games I’ve ever played. You start slow, build the party, and learn the ins and outs of their unique cards and playstyles. Then you start creating synergy by combining their moves. This gradual flow eventually leads to tougher bosses and enemies, pushing you to try new combos and more carefully manage your team’s stats, but card descriptions are still clear and concise, straight to the point with no frills. . I never felt lost in this world and even the map was relevant, with the icons clearly displaying what to expect when clicked on. I know I’m getting into another fight and hitting the stores for a health juice because simplicity won out over unnecessary waffles.

I got stuck with ease and couldn’t let go, constantly restarting my run and trying new maps, paths, and synergies, only to hit this dead end wall of preview boundaries. It’s an incredibly promising card game, perhaps 2022’s own cult breakout like Griftlands, but I hope to see more variety when it finally drops. The little snippet I played was a visual, but repetitive treat – the same stage and the same group of enemies littered the path to the two-headed Hulk-like monster, and I want to see more of Big’s imagination Blue Bubble Spread on The Canvas.

Power Chord has already turned generic hell into personality-rich villains down to zero with the band members. They vary from red skin to orange and blue, with ripped vests, spiked hats, gladiator armor, industrial guitars, skull and bone boots, and more. Metal is the devil’s music, after all. The promise of more like this could make Power Chord one of the most interesting surprises of 2022, a mashup I didn’t know I wanted, but desperately need.

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