NEPA Scene Staff

2015 Vans Warped Tour lineup at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton announced

2015 Vans Warped Tour lineup at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton announced

The 2015 Vans Warped Tour lineup has been announced, mixing artists from many different genres and including some established names among the many younger up-and-coming acts. The Warped Tour will roll through The Pavilion at Montage Mountain (1000 Montage Mountain Rd., Scranton) on July 21. Below is the full list of bands slated to perform […]

 Keith Perks

PHOTOS: Title Fight ‘Hyperview’ record release show, 02/03/15

PHOTOS: Title Fight ‘Hyperview’ record release show, 02/03/15

Since signing with Anti- Records and being covered by major media outlets like NPR, Vogue, and Pitchfork, Title Fight may have reached a new level of popularity recently, but their Northeastern Pennsylvania roots remain strong. The Kingston punk/shoegaze band held a free all-ages record release show right at home at the Gallery of Sound in […]

 Rich Howells

Title Fight to play stripped-down record release show in Wilkes-Barre before world tour

Title Fight to play stripped-down record release show in Wilkes-Barre before world tour

The hype for Title Fight‘s new album “Hyperview” has been steadily increasing, as the Kingston punk rockers signed with Anti- Records, received coverage from major outlets like Vogue and Pitchfork, released film-quality music videos for “Chlorine” and “Rose of Sharon” that revealed a more shoegazey sound, and announced a world tour that includes dates across […]

 Rich Howells

VIDEO: Title Fight release haunting new music video for ‘Rose of Sharon’

Kingston’s Title Fight has been gearing up for the Feb. 3 release of “Hyperview,” debuting the first music video from the new album, “Chlorine,” last month, and releasing a second video for “Rose of Sharon” today via Pitchfork: Directed by Hannah Roman, the gloomy video contrasts aqua-hued performance clips with footage of a lethargic young […]

 Rich Howells

VIDEO: Title Fight debut new video and new sound with ‘Chlorine’

Kingston’s Title Fight, who announced their signing to Anti- Records, a sister label of Epitaph Records, back in July, have debuted a new music video for “Chlorine” from their upcoming album, giving fans their first real taste of what “Hyperview” will sound like. The theatrical video stars “Wrong Cops” actor Mark Burnham trying to piece […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

Bayside coming back to Pennsylvania after Warped Tour stop

From a press release: In support of their most recent album “Cult,” which debuted at No. 24 on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart, pop punk powerhouse and Hopeless Records recording artist Bayside is gearing up for a short headlining tour that will take the band through Pennsylvania and New York in October. Bayside recently performed […]

 Rich Howells

ARCHIVES: Captain, We’re Sinking reveals ‘The Future’ at acoustic record release show in Wilkes-Barre

ARCHIVES: Captain, We’re Sinking reveals ‘The Future’ at acoustic record release show in Wilkes-Barre

Captain, We’re Sinking’s new album “The Future Is Cancelled” may sound bleak, but the mostly Philadelphia-based punk rockers, who originally started in Scranton, are actually on their way up. After finishing a successful tour with his brother Greg’s band, The Menzingers, guitarist/vocalist Bob Barnett is ready, though a bit nervous, to showcase his banjo picking […]

 Rich Howells

ARCHIVES: All dolled up for Scranton, legendary New York Dolls as cheeky and rebellious as ever

ARCHIVES: All dolled up for Scranton, legendary New York Dolls as cheeky and rebellious as ever

Some may see Mötley Crüe and Poison’s current tour as a throwback to classic rock ‘n’ roll, but it’s the New York Dolls that will truly take audiences back to the roots of modern rock music this summer. All three bands will be playing in Scranton at the Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain on Sunday, […]

 Rich Howells

ARCHIVES: The Queers still ‘schlepping it’ in their own way, stopping at Eleanor Rigby’s in Jermyn on May 25

ARCHIVES: The Queers still ‘schlepping it’ in their own way, stopping at Eleanor Rigby’s in Jermyn on May 25

Many of the pop punk bands touring today can say they were influenced by the Ramones, but few can say they knew them personally. The Queers, however, can not only say they were there, but have also continued that rebellious, independent tradition for decades. The legendary band, on tour with their friends in The-Front, will […]

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