Label Spotlight: Epitaph Records

Epitaph Records is an independent music label founded in Los Angeles, California by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz in the early 1980’s. The iconic label released an incredible amount of hit albums in the 90’s and was also responsible for breaking through bands such as Rancid, NOFX, Pennywise, The Offspring and Bad Religion themselves into […]

In Appreciation of… Fugazi’s “Instrument Soundtrack”

Last March I finally bought Fugazi’s Instrument, the soundtrack to the film documenting the band throughout the late eighties to the nineties, made by Jem Cohen. The album features many demos for tracks released elsewhere, and is mostly comprised of instrumentals, with only a couple of tracks having any vocal content, and yet for me his […]

EP Review: Alright – Self-Titled

Formed by current and former members of Late Bloomer and It Looks Sad, Charlotte, NC’s Alright released their self-titled debut EP on 300 coloured 7” vinyl at the end of March through Negative Fun and Self Aware. Following premiers and streams on popular sites Stereogum and Brooklyn Vegan, the trio’s debut captures the sonic mix […]

News: Anti-Flag announce “The American Spring” artwork, tracklist

Anti-Flag have posted the artwork and tracklist for their upcoming release The American Spring, which can be viewed below. The record is released on May 25th via Spinefarm Records, and tackles many important social issues in true Anti-Flag style. Tracklist: 1)Fabled World 2)The Great Divide 3)Brandenburg Gate 4)Sky Is Falling 5)Walk Away 6)Song For Your Enemy 7)Set […]

SYS#6: Revenge of the Psychotronic Man, T-Shirt Weather and more!

This is the next Seeing Your Scene show! It’s already our sixth. It’s at JT Soar in Nottingham again, which is BYOB and all ages. This time we’ve got the amazing Revenge of the Psychotronic Man who play ridiculously fast punk rock headlining. They’re supported by everyone’s favourite pop-punkers, T-Shirt Weather, along with War Games from America […]

Album Review: Corporate Hearts – The Shreds

Corporate Hearts have contributed an article for our website before, about their local scene in Philadelphia. They’re lucky to be a part of such an amazing music scene which is responsible for building many of the best-known bands in the genre. Their music is pretty great too. After a couple of releases here and there, their […]

Album Review: Choke Up – Black Coffee, Bad Habits

Choke Up describe themselves as “four best buds from Boston.” This provided the opportunity for them, by creating music with the people they are closest to, to release a raw, real and emotional sound whilst having a true understanding of each other. These themes of being raw and emotional are all extremely prevalent throughout Black […]

News: The Swellers announce final UK tour

The Swellers have announced their final UK tour as part of the “Call it a Night” tour. April 2015: 21: Birmingham – The Rainbow 22: Manchester – Sound Control 23: Glasgow – Audio 24: Leeds – Key Club 27: London – Dome Tufnell Park 28: Brighton – The Hope

Looking back at 2014… with Laura Stevenson

Laura Stevenson looks back at her year with Seeing Your Scene! How was 2014 for you? It was good. Let me see. We toured with Against Me! and Tim Kasher. I don’t even know what else we did. It was good though. I got my masters. Oh yeah, what was that in? Art history. It’s […]

Band Interview: Laura Stevenson

We had a chat with the amazing Laura Stevenson before her show in Derby. On this UK tour she’s joined by her full band, The Cans, and we spoke about the contrast in touring with a band compared to solo, looking back on Wheel [2013] and her plans for a new record! How’s the tour […]