Six years since the band split, My Chemical Romance remain one of the greatest emo/pop punk bands to ever have graced this planet. Here’s a guide to everything MCR.
It’s a bold claim to say that any singular album changed you as a music fan, but that’s exactly what I’m saying about Paramore’s Brand New Eyes. Time for its moment in our spotlight as the next contender for Teen Angst Anthems…
In Key Magazine’s very own Abba fanatic and Rock & Roll Queen takes you through her top ten albums of 2018, with lots of top notch Rock, Pop and Alternative goodies for you to enjoy!
In Key Magazine’s very own Dutch delight Vita takes you through her top ten albums of 2018, with lots of top notch Pop-Punk, Rock and Alternative goodies for you to enjoy!
With their new EP ‘New Kids In America’, Not Ur Girlfrenz sound as though they’ve been ripped straight out of the Pop-Punk scene of the golden era that was the mid 2000’s, despite the fact that they’d only just been born at the time…
Here at In Key Magazine, we present to you the definitive brief guide to the musical phenomenon that Is Midwest Emo! From Modern Baseball To Pinegrove and beyond, allow us to give you the lowdown on some of the genre’s greatest bands!
Good Charlotte are probably one of the longest running bands in Pop-Punk aren’t they? Even we old folk at In Key Magazine love them, alongside all the young whippersnappers who just simply wouldn’t understand the good old days! So celebrate with us as ‘The Young & Hopeless’ turns 16 today!
After coming it close to calling it a day, recording the infamous lost album that was ‘Cigarettes & Valentines’ and restarting afresh, it was back in 2004 that Green Day finally released ‘American Idiot’ and on this very day in that very year, gained their first ever UK number one album!
Pop-punk fans rejoice, Good Charlotte are back! This is their most anticipated record so far, so how does it do? Find out inside…
Trading their 50’s attire and Pop-Punk musical style for clothes and a sound inspired by Emo legends such as Funeral For a Friend and 2004-era My Chemical Romance, As It Is are not afraid to shake things up on their 3rd album, ‘The Great Depression’.