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November 17, 2014

Changing It Up: Punk Bands Changing Genres

Our friend over at Anchor Music News (and former client of ours) brought up a really good topic: Why are punk bands ditching their genre? Our very own Angela Mastrogiacomo contributed to this discussion (alongside Kristen Baker of Third String Productions and Josh Flores from Shadow of Whales) with her reasoning as to why this is happening. Read all about it HERE. What do you think about it?

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June 8, 2014

For the Love of Punk Reviews Calamity Jane’s ‘We’ll Explain When We Get There’

Calamity Jane surprises on many accounts. For starters, a Texas punk band sounds like an oxymoron. Calamity Jane’s new EP is also “unpredictable in a cool way.” Sudden changing tempos in songs like “Centipede” hint at their unique origins.  Check out the full review here.

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May 19, 2014

Under The Gun Review Premieres Only On Weekends Album

Pop-punk fans, you’re gonna love this! Under The Gun Review is streaming Only on Weekends‘ FULL album, Light Years and Heavy Lifting, right here, right now. Take a listen here.

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April 4, 2014

Flashwounds On Calamity Jane’s New EP: “I Suggest You Get Yourself A Copy”

As soon as you start listening to the 5 song EP (and I do suggest you get yourself a copy), you’ll realize that the description of the band’s sound [Blink-182 meets Set Your Goals]~ although it of course doesn’t capture the full experience, since words can only tell you so much about music, it’s your ears that are the true judges ~ is spot on.” -Flashwounds reviews Calamity Jane’s debut EP, We’ll Explain When We Get There. Check out the full review here, and catch up with the band on Facebook and Twitter. Don’t forget to grab your copy of the new EP when it drops April 15th.

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April 4, 2014

The Sirens Lounge Gives Calamity Jane 4/5 Stars

Giving Calamity Jane‘s debut EP, We’ll Explain When We Get There 4/5 stars, The Sirens Lounge says the EP,  “includes all the pop punk staples that we know and love, including gang vocals, songs about our friends, and sweet bass lines…Calamity Jane has a lot of heart, and I really enjoy the energy that is constant throughout this whole EP; the term “jump punk” is very well deserved…I am genuinely impressed with We’ll Explain When We Get There and will definitely be keeping tabs on Calamity Jane. I recommend you do as well!”

Check out the full review here, and catch up with Calamity Jane on Facebook to grab their debut when it drops on 4/15.

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