more by Cory Perla
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] If you’re into techno and house music, you may have noticed Punisher pop up on the bill of some after parties for one of the country’s most prominent techno and house music festivals, Movement, which happens each year in Detroit.
[PUNK] Formed in New Jersey in 2002, Senses Fail were your classic Vagrant Records/Drive Thru Records band—aggressive but not too aggressive, loud, and fun.
[COMEDY] Some people live their lives hoping one day to coin a phrase that becomes ubiquitous.
[PUNK] There aren’t many Ramones left these days. Johnny, Dee Dee, Joey, and Tommy—all of the original members of iconic New York City punk band have all left this planet since the turn of the century.
[PUNK] After a few albums, some bands lose sight of how important a good producer is in the studio. Screaming Females have never lost that focus.
[POP] When The Public interviewed pop artist K Flay in March of last year, she told us that her most recent single at the time, “Blood in the Cut” was written in her mom’s basement in about 30 minutes.
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] The monthly techno party, Pyramid, has a solid night planned for their next installment, this Saturday, March 10 at Gypsy Parlor.