Jacob Fishman

The Story So Far’s “Out Of It” Reviewed

By Jacob Fishman | September 14, 2017

capitalizing on their market,

Pat Thetic of Anti Flag Talks Politics, Punk Rock, And Activism

By Jacob Fishman | July 19, 2017

“Punk Rock is always powerful”

Vans Warped At The BB&T Pavilion in Camden, NJ, Friday, July 7th, 2017

By Jacob Fishman | July 10, 2017

Get your act together on that Warped Tour.

Free Throw’s “Bear Your Mind” Reviewed

By Jacob Fishman | May 30, 2017

The band falls short

Fall Out Boy’s “Young And Menace” Reviewed

By Jacob Fishman | April 30, 2017

Sloppy with their songwriting.

Paramore’s “Hard Times” Reviewed

By Jacob Fishman | April 21, 2017

a turn in the pop direction they were headed towards

Green Day Take Two: Barclay Center, Wednesday, March 15th, 2017, Reviewed

By Jacob Fishman | March 17, 2017

take notes from Green Day’s latest stage plot

A Will Away’s “Here Again” Reviewed

By Jacob Fishman | March 7, 2017

They have blown the roof off emo music

The Wonder Years, At Webster Hall, Saturday, October 22nd, 2016, Reviewed

By Jacob Fishman | October 25, 2016

When Campbell’s mouth opens, yours almost always shuts.

Touché Amoré’s “Stage Four” Reviewed

By Jacob Fishman | September 28, 2016

An open diary about the stages of grief

Blink 182: Enter Matt Skiba

By Jacob Fishman | May 2, 2016

Just be thankful they’re still around

The Wonder Years “No Closer To Heaven” Reviewed

By Jacob Fishman | September 7, 2015

“No Closer To Heaven” is an album that will transcend The Wonder Years’ career and be an album that truly defines them, this album will be the one that separated them from their prior work.

The Wonder Years “Cardinal” Review

By Jacob Fishman | July 8, 2015

“Cardinals” is an important song for the band to release as a lead single as it holds a familiar theme all while introducing this new sound they’re trying out. If the rest of “No Closer To Heaven” follows suit with “Cardinals” I feel as though this could quite possibly be The Wonder Years best effort out of any and become what will be their Opus.

As It Is “Never Happy. Ever After” Strays From The Path

By Jacob Fishman | April 21, 2015

As It Is have a timeless sound that should not go unnoticed because they could literally fit in an era of Pop Punk with the sound they’ve crafted. They are a sweet mix of the old-school ways of Pop Punk and the new-school, gritty and angsty tunes that have come out in the last few years.