CONCERT REVIEW: Pianos Become The Teeth w/ This World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid @ Mahall’s

There are no venues in the Cleveland area that are quite like Lakewood’s homey little venue, Mahall’s. The historic bowling alley slash concert venue is known for its retro and intimate space, making it the perfect spot to host two of the scene’s most underrated players. Pianos Become The Teeth and This World Is A … Continue reading CONCERT REVIEW: Pianos Become The Teeth w/ This World is a Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid @ Mahall’s

Top Moments from Warped Tour Cleveland

Warped Tour has been rocking around the United States every summer since 1995, acting as a home for alternative bands and their fans. This year’s Warped Tour line-up included relatively new bands like Issues, Cane Hill, Emarosa, I See Stars, and flashback favorites like Good Charlotte, Yellowcard, Sum 41, Falling In Reverse, and more. Music Unlabeled got … Continue reading Top Moments from Warped Tour Cleveland

VIP Experience Companies Making Dreams Come True

It’s every fan’s dream to meet their favorite band or musician. To make that dream come true, fans used to be the thirty-first caller into a radio station, or wait out by the tour bus like a creepy stalker fan. But with VIP Experience Packages, meeting your band is literally easy as buying a ticket. … Continue reading VIP Experience Companies Making Dreams Come True

Fans Engage in Oral Sex On Stage at a Dead Kennedys Concert

When you go to a rock concert, you expect the acts to blow your mind. However, concert goers got a little bit more than they bargained for at a Dead Kennedys concert Thursday night (Jan 15th), when two concert goers engaged in oral sex on stage. According to ABC, the other concert goers at the … Continue reading Fans Engage in Oral Sex On Stage at a Dead Kennedys Concert

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 5 Master Post

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Mickey GuytonFor all the country music I used to listen to, I’m actually pretty sure I’ve never heard of Mickey Guyton before to night. Her voice is nice and strong, but there were moments it seemed to overpower the backing music. She was still a talented singer though. I decided … Continue reading iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 5 Master Post

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 4 Master Post

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: G.R.L.G.R.L. is listed as a new band, so it’s certainly no surprise that I’ve never heard of them before. They started their performance with a purely vocal, and immediately brought in a lot of energy as the backing music joined them on the stage. I was hit with a vibe … Continue reading iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 4 Master Post

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 3 Master Post

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Capital CitiesWhile Capital Cities is another name I’m not instantly familiar (I didn’t hear a song I instantly recognized until the end because I’m bad at keeping track of things I like hearing) with I entered tonight’s shows with a better frame of mind than i think I had last … Continue reading iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 3 Master Post

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 2 Masterpost

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Isaiah RashadSo, the second night begins with another name I’m not familiar with. Then again, the entire second night isn’t in my strongest genre zones. No matter though. Isaiah Rashad entered the stage with a lot of interaction to the crowd. His movements were wide and energetic, and he certainly … Continue reading iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 2 Masterpost

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 1 Masterpost

iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: London GrammarI’ll admit, I haven’t heard of them before tonight, but I tuned in to London Grammar for the Music Unlabeled coverage of the iTunes Festival at SXSW. As they started to play, I was at first struck by how melodic and soft they played, and then the vocalist began … Continue reading iTunes Festival at SXSW 2014: Day 1 Masterpost