When you see the name Microwave you either think of one of two things: A kitchen appliance you use way too much, or, the Atalanta sad boy Emo band. We took a look at the latter’s newest album ‘Death Is A Warm Blanket’, as our Editor heated up his leftover pizza in the former.
Folk Punk Is Just Emo With Trumpets. You Should totally listen to it. Here’s our beginners guide to this highly meme’d genre written by a young person who understands this sort of thing.
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.
So, take five minutes out of your day and give yourself over to beauty with this utter masterpiece from Finnish Cello Metal outfit, Apocalyptica, featuring a duet from none other than Ville Valo and Lauri Ylönen. Finland forever!
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!
If you like your music on the heavier side, then make sure that before 2018 comes to an end, you discover Deaf Row, with their new EP in the form of ‘Buried Alive’. Trust us, you will thank us later.
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!
Today, we celebrate what is arguably THE defining album of a generation, with twelve years of My Chemical Romance’s seminal epic ‘The Black Parade’!
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!
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’.