October 22, 2014

Album Review: Slow Me Down by 3PM

Album: Slow Me Down
Artist: 3PM
Release Date: July 26, 2014

Website/Social Media: Website, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube

Sounds Like: Upbeat, reflective and optimistic pop-punk in the realm of early Blink 182, Yellowcard and New Found Glory

Similar Artists: Yellowcard, New Found Glory, Blink 182

Review: Slow Me Down is a brand new album by 3PM from Baltimore, Maryland. The band was formed in 2012 when drummer Brandon Millman and Guitarist Scott Montgomery recruited Brennan Stark as singer and bassist. It wasn't long before the trio found themselves in the studio with renowned producer Paul Leavitt who has worked with bands such as All Time Low, Senses Fail, Strike Anywhere, Such Gold and more. The result is 11 tracks of upbeat, reflective and optimistic pop punk in the realm of Yellowcard, Blink 182 and New Found Glory.

October 18, 2014

October 11, 2014

Pop Punk Radio Halloween Movie Fest 2014: #4 - Killer Klowns From Outer Space (1988) - 80's Category

Coulrophobia is the fear of clowns. If you aren't already afraid of those way-too-happy creeps, you might change your mind after our fourth selection for Halloween Movie Fest 2014: Killer Klowns From Outer Space.



October 10, 2014

Music Video: "Can Stand The Rain" by The Talks

Dust off your checkered sneakers and check out this awesome ska tune by The Talks with featured guest Neville Staple from The Specials.



For fans of: Ska, The Specials, Hepcat, The Toasters, Big D & The Kids Table

October 09, 2014

Pop Punk Radio Halloween Movie Fest 2014: #3 - Silent Hill: Revelation (2012) - Modern Category

Our third installment of Halloween Movie Fest 2014 brings us to Silent Hill: Revelation. The sequel to Silent Hill, with both films being based upon the popular video game series.

Revelation can be a good introduction to first timers who have not played the games but still want to get an idea of what the Silent Hill series is all about. The film can also still be enjoyed by those who have not seen the first one. However, I highly recommend playing just about any game in the series if you have a chance before watching this film.


October 07, 2014

Pop Punk Radio Halloween Movie Fest 2014: #2 - Freaks (1932) - Vintage Category

Pop Punk Radio Halloween Movie Fest 2014 continues and things got a little freaky for our second selection. Our first vintage category selection comes from way back in 1932 with a little film called Freaks.



October 03, 2014

Pop Punk Radio Halloween Movie Fest 2014: #1 - Cube (1997) - 90's Category

October is here and it is one of my favorite months of the year for a few reasons. Football is back, Baseball is in playoffs and the NHL season is just around the corner. Last but not least, October is the season of Halloween, and at our house we take it seriously!

This year we have decided to celebrate Halloween by compiling a list of Halloween movies based on different categories and then taking turns showing them to each other. Our categories include 80's, 90's, Modern, Vintage, Bloody/Gory, Spooky Fun, Slasher, Zombie, Vampire, Monster, Sequel, TV Shows and anything else we think of along the way.

We kicked things off a day early on Sept 30th and since it wasn't quite October yet, I wanted to start with a solid horror/suspense movie that doesn't fit the stereotypical "Halloween" theme of monsters, zombies, vampires etc...

Enter Cube. A film from 1997 that falls into our "90s" category.