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Alan D. Welding

COO/EIC Pittsburgh Music Magazine, Photographer, Rhetoric and Journalism Teacher, musician, artist, writer, tattoo enthusiast, animal lover.

Vans Warped Tour 2012 Pittsburgh Pictorial

Just some quick shots of some of the days excitement at Vans Warped Tour in Pittsburgh including some stellar bands like Dead Sara, For Today, Taking Back Sunday, All Time Low, New Found Glory, Ballyhoo!, Hyro Da Hero, Title Fight, Echo Movement, We the Kings, Anti-Flag, Of Mice […]

For Today Warped Tour Pittsburgh 2012

For Today was one of the first bands PMM checked out yesterday and we were really impressed by their sound and performance. Check out their bio here, head on over to their official website, and make sure to download Immortal, their latest effort. From their website: “We don’t […]

New Crue

Motley Crue has announced that they will release their new single called Sex, on July 17th. Apparently Crue will debut the track on Sirius XM radio four days earlier (Check out Sixx Sense). The band’s co-headlining tour with KISS begins on July 20th (and hits Pittsburgh Sept 2 […]

ATTIKA 7: New Line-Up Announced

ATTIKA 7, featuring vocalist Evan Seinfeld (ex-Biohazard) and lead guitarist Rusty Coones (famed motorcycle builder) have announced their new line up just in time for the release of their debut album, Blood of My Enemies, out July 31st, 2012 via Rocket Science Ventures/ THC:MUSIC in North America and […]

Rosco Bandana To Release Time To Begin

Rosco Bandana is a seven – piece band from Gulfport, Mississippi made up of Jason Sanford, vocals/guitar; Barry Pribyl Jr., vocals/percussion; Jennifer Flint, vocals; Emily Sholes, vocals/keyboard; Jackson Weldon, mandolin/lap steel; Josh Smith, bass; and Patrick Mooney, guitar/banjo. The group was discovered as part of Hard Rock’s 2011 […]

Zulu Pearls Announce US Summer Tour

Sometimes, you have to dig. Beneath the surface of any throwaway pop culture landscape there are bound to be some hidden gems. Zulu Pearls are a gem of a band. DIY but not Lo-Fi, nostalgic but not retro, Zulu Pearls’ debut LP NO HEROES NO HONEYMOONS captures the […]