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Respect Your Youngers
Respect Your Youngers
Respect Your Youngers was started in 2014 with the goal of starting a curated music blog without all the fluff. You can follow along at instagram.com/respectyouryoungers and like us at FB.com/respectyouryoungersdotcom.


What Is LaureLive? The cause-driven festival hitting Cleveland June 8 and 9

With LaureLive 2019 coming to Cleveland in a week, here is what you need to know about this year’s electrifying festival. LaureLive will take place on June 8-9 at Laurel School’s Butler Campus in Cleveland, Ohio. There will be three stages to choose from named Music Elevates Stage, Laurel Stage, and South Stage.  Continue Reading

Dropkick Murphys announce their 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Tour with stops including New York, Austin, Richmond and of course, Boston

Fresh off the float after leading the World Series victory parade for their hometown Boston Red Sox, Dropkick Murphys have announced the dates for their 2019 St. Patrick’s Day Tour. This yearly sold out run of shows celebrates the band’s Celtic folk influence and is attended by fans from around the world. Continue Reading

Catch Grammy Award winner Miguel on his national tour in support of “War & Leisure”

Having just completed his sold-out Spring tour in early April, Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Miguel announces that he will embark on a North American tour this Fall in support of his critically praised fourth studio album, War & Leisure.

The 26 date tour kicked off on August 23rd in Boston, Massachusetts and is concluding on September 28th in Seattle, Washington at the WaMu Theater. OVO’s dvsn will be opening for Miguel. Visit www.officialmiguel.com for more information and to purchase tickets.

You can stream Miguel’s album, War & Leisure, here.

Photo by Brian Benton, cover photo by Timothy Saccenti

1 year ago

Interview: Chappell Roan finds inspiration in Seattle at The Vera Project with Declan McKenna

Surrounding The Vera Project’s main stage is an intimate crowd of Seattleites, welcoming Chappell Roan as she tosses a handful of waist-length curls over her shoulder and cradles the microphone. Continue Reading

2 years ago

You should probably go see Kasabian in September during their string of U.S. shows

Kasabian, the beloved U.K. band that has headlined Glastonbury and Leeds and has twice won the Q Award for “Best Act in the World Today,” are playing a series of North American dates in September. The band released their sixth studio album For Crying Out Loud in the UK on May 5th, landing them their 5th UK #1 album, and they’ll be supporting the new music at relatively small venues in eight cities. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Spanish quartet MOURN returns to the U.S. in September, including a Brooklyn show with Sloppy Jane

The Spanish quartet MOURN are returning to the United States this summer, playing a string of shows that includes Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory and sets at Hopscotch Festival and Pop Montreal. Continue Reading

2 years ago

All Time Low play a sold out show at The Ritz in Raleigh, North Carolina

On Friday August 4, All Time Low played a sold out show at The Ritz in Raleigh, North Carolina. Though front man Alex Gaskarth seemed to be struggling vocally, at times straining to hit higher notes, the Baltimore-based band put on a polished, energetic show that fans have come to expect. Continue Reading

2 years ago

The Gin Blossoms bring throwback tracks to The Paramount, plus Van Morrison and Johnny Cash covers

Throwback Thursday was in full effect when the Gin Blossoms played The Paramount in Huntington, NY. And they brought some local talent to entertain the crowd before they took the stage. Continue Reading

2 years ago

Playlist: 10 Songs That Remind The Skints of London

UK-based The Skints are currently in the middle of their 2017 U.S. summer tour, which hits Washington D.C. on July 13. Continue Reading

2 years ago

The Last Internationale recover from a broken-into van with a charismatic show in Brooklyn

As the sun began to set on Brooklyn, NY the lights were just going on at Rough Trade NYC. What proceeded was a night of inventive musicians and passionate fans coming together to share a unique moment. Continue Reading

2 years ago
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