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    1. Gallery : Bayside, Senses Fail, Man Overboard, and Seaway At Showbox 3/18

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      Last week, Kelly, Kyle, and I hit up Showbox at the Market for Bayside’s 15th Birthday Tour. Now halfway through the North American route, Bayside’s variety show tour package includes veteran band Senses Fail, New Jersey pop punks Man Overboard, and Ontario Pure Noise quintet Seaway.

    2. News : TRIPLE FEATURE TONIGHT! Bayside, Tycho, A Place To Bury Strangers!

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      Here’s a quick scan of tonight’s cool shows in Seattle.

    3. News : Stream Man Overboard’s New Song “One Fixed Point”; Upcoming Tour With Bayside

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      New Jersey’s Man Overboard just put out a new song from their upcoming split with Senses Fail titled “One Fixed Point”. It’s a slammer. Preorder the split from MerchNow, and be sure to catch this band with Bayside in Portland 3/17 or at Seattle’s ShowBox 3/18. Tickets for the Seattle show start at $17 and are available online.

    4. News : Stream A New Man Overboard Song ‘For Vince’ And Preorder The Upcoming EP ‘Passing Ends’

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      NJ pop punk band Man Overboard has just announced a new EP titled Passing Ends, and has released the first song, titled ‘For Vince’. Preorders are live and plentiful.

    5. Gallery : The Heart Attack Tour – 5/30 At Chop Suey

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      On May 30th, Man Overboard brought their headlining Heart Attack Tour up to Seattle’s Chop Suey. With tour support in the form of Knuckle Puck, Forever Came Calling, and Transit, and PNW openers Beneath The Spin Light and Defeat The Low, it was a packed lineup that had the venerable old venue bulging at the seams. The line for entrance extended halfway down the block, as fans of all six bands waited expectantly for a massive night of rockin’ pop punk.

    6. News : Watch Man Overboard’s New Music Video For ‘Wide Awake’

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      NJ pop punk leaders Man Overboard just released a new music video for Wide Awake, the final track on last year’s ‘Heart Attack’ LP. Watch below, and remember to pick up tickets for the Heart Attack headlining tour, including shows in Vancouver 5/29, Seattle’s Chop Suey 5/30, and 5/31 in Portland! Tickets for the Chop Suey date are $13 advance/$15 at the door, and the killer tour lineup features Transit, Forever Came Calling, and breakout band Knuckle Puck.


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      Today, on my 24th birthday, I bid 23 and 2013 a formal ‘good riddance!’ and attempt to salvage an otherwise crappy year with some good music. I know I get wordy, so let’s just get into it. 10 favorite albums, 10 favorite singles, no filler.

    8. News : Stages & Stereos ‘Small Town Favorites’ Acoustic Video

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      Stages & Stereos, the opening band on the loaded 2013 Glamour Kills Tour, has posted a new acoustic video for Small Town Favorites. The track is taken off the band’s new EP of the same name, available now on iTunes. Watch the live acoustic video below, and keep up with the Glamour Kills Tour or pick up tickets for the PNW dates (11/7 Seattle, 11/8 Vancouver BC, and 11/9 Portland) featuring Mayday Parade, Man Overboard, and Cartel on the official tour Tumblr.

    9. Gallery : The Suppy Nation Tour at El Corazon

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      El Corazon was packed wall to wall for the Seattle stop of The Suppy Nation Tour. Featured on the line-up was The American Scene, Citizen, Tonight Alive and co-headliners Man Overboard and The Story So Far. With all the bands having a very strong fanbase, the show was quick to sell out the day of the show. Unfortunately, trying to shove dozens of anxious show-goers into a small venue doesn’t always go as planned which forfeits the chance of seeing some of the opening bands. I finally stepped foot into the venue as soon as The American Scene were finishing up. From what I could hear from outside the venue, the band sounded great and the fans seemed to enjoy them.