Mind Equals Blown

Mind Equals Blown


  • Show Review: Finch @ Underground Arts


    Life throws you curve balls from time to time – especially when you are a photographer. Finch‘s latest headlining tour was moved from the Electric Factory to Underground Arts in Philadelphia. Underground Arts has a very CBGB vibe to it. It’s a smaller venue, reminiscent of those older concert venues where bands would go and…

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  • The Ting Tings: Super Critical

    The Ting Tings promo

    It must be depressing to only be remembered as the band that did the song “That’s Not My Name”. Oddly fitting considering that barely anybody really remembers whom The Ting Tings are. That would explain why the general reaction to the announcement of a new The Ting Tings album seemed to sit somewhere between bemusement, confusion,…

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  • MEB Podcast: Episode 2 – Ten Year Anniversaries

    MEB Logo

    Welcome to episode 2 of the Mind Equals Blown Podcast! This week, Nick, Connor, and M.J. discuss their favorite records that are going to be turning 10 next year. Give it a listen and then let us know your favorites! Enjoy!

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  • Cut Teeth: Night Years

    Cut Teeth 2014

    I am the least punk. I might have a back patch of a big anthropomorphized rat smoking a fat one safety-pinned to my denim jacket, but I choked on a candy cigarette from the ice cream man. I don’t know a whole lot about punk rock, but Cut Teeth’s Night Years is everything I’ve been…

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  • Interview: Christian Holden of The Hotelier

    The Hotelier-Promo

    Now on tour with The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid to Die, The Hotelier continues to reinforce the emotional spectrum of their latest record Home, Like Noplace is There. After their set in Burlington, Vermont, I was fortunate to spend a few moments with their singer and bassist Christian Holden to talk…

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  • Single Review: Circa Survive’s “Schema”

    Circa Survive 2014

    In dusting off the ol’ dictionary, it is known that the appropriate definition of ‘schema’ is “a representation of a plan or theory in the form of an outline or model.” If that doesn’t scream “dastardly evil plot”, then I don’t know why progressive rock masterminds Circa Survive decided to give their opening track this…

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  • Have Mercy: A Place of Our Own


    2014 has been a mighty year for the “emo revival”. Momentum from 2013 has successfully carried over into this year, as great records from the likes of Prawn, Tigers Jaw, The Hotelier, and many more have occupied the playlists of teenagers, twentysomethings, and nostalgic adults alike. That being said, the scene as a whole has…

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  • Transit: Joyride

    Transit Joyride promo

    Massachusetts’ Transit kept their relevance strong in the past few years with their upbeat presence and diverse musical styles. Now in 2014, their new album Joyride refines their best qualities and highlights their skills in the genre of alternative and pop rock. Any fan of Transit can listen to this album and engage in their…

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