Ten Songs Keeping Me Sane This Week: Gah! I Am Old Edition

Pandora and Spotify are some of the best apps ever developed. The ability to have most music at the touch of your finger without paying for the rights is amazing. This has sucked up my phone data hardcore, but this week, Pandora delivered some old memories. I was a sucker for pop punk and post hardcore in the early 2000s, so my Pandora station based on Jimmy Eat World really helped encapsulate all of that scene. I began to feel nostalgic and fell down the wiki hole looking up old bands and old tracks. Thanks to The Stranger (Seattle’s best alternative weekly), I noticed the Ataris were playing at the Showbox. Apparently, they are playing a reunion tour of sorts with musicians from the So Long Astoria-era (an album that came out 11 years ago!). These two things made me feel so old, but also inspired this list.  Read More Ten Songs Keeping Me Sane This Week: Gah! I Am Old Edition

P-Mag Mix Tape: Pop-Punk of Yore

Recently, I saw an article celebrating the great artists of Drive-Thru Records, which was active from 1996 until 2008, and it sent me down a YouTube spiral of the awesome pop-punk of that era. Read More P-Mag Mix Tape: Pop-Punk of Yore