Eddy Brewerton of Moose Blood performs during the Nashville, Tennessee stop of the Vans Warped Tour on July, 1, 2015. (MTSU Sidelines / Savanna Hazlewood)

U.K.-based emo band Moose Blood continued showcasing their talent—and their accents—on their first American tour during the Nashville, Tennessee date of the Vans Warped Tour at The Fairgrounds Nashville. The four-piece band is relatively new to the music scene, having released their first demo in 2012 and first studio album, I’ll Keep You in Mind, …

Dan "Soupy" Campbell of The Wonder Years performs during the Nashville, Tennessee stop of the Vans Warped Tour on July, 1, 2015. (MTSU Sidelines / Gregory French)

The Wonder Years returned to the Vans Warped Tour for the third time and did not cease to surprise fans at their stop at the Fairgrounds in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday. The Wonder Years, a six-piece pop punk band from Lansdale, Pennsylvania have amassed a huge fan base since forming in 2005. The set featured songs from …

Mod Sun performs during the Nashville, Tennessee stop of the Vans Warped Tour on July, 1, 2015. (MTSU Sidelines / Savanna Hazlewood)

The Vans Warped Tour made its twelfth stop in a rainy Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday. Shortly after the gates were opened crowds were evacuated from the festival grounds due to inclement weather. After a couple hours, the weather cleared and a new schedule was made for the remaining bands’ sets. The fans who chose to …

Kintsugi, Death Cab for Cutie’s eighth studio album, not only showcases a more guitar-driven sound in comparison to the group’s previous albums, but is also packed with in-your-face emotion and layers of synth. The album seems both familiar and new, with typical melodic, melancholy sounds and personalized-yet-relatable lyrics. The album gets its name from the Japanese …

In 2012, The New York Times ran a story on an avalanche in Washington state that earlier in the year killed three well-known free skiers. The feature, “Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek,” was an ambitious combination of text, pictures, animations, audio, video and maps that would later win the 2013 Pulitzer for Best Feature. And it …

Hundreds of American music manuscripts–handwritten musical documents dating as a far back as the Colonial era–have been put up online for the first time, thanks to a three-year joint effort between MTSU’s Center for Popular Music and the American Antiquarian Society in Massachusetts. The American Vernacular Music Manuscripts website  made American music manuscripts from the 1730s …