All posts by Cory Pedalino

The Parlor Mob

Status Report: Paul Ritchie (The Parlor Mob) Returns To His Roots & Expands On New Projects

Recently, I got the chance to sit down with Paul Ritchie to discuss his latest creations, the music industry, the past and things to come. It was a pleasure talking about the resurrection of music, when it may occur, if [...]

September 10, 2013 Features, Interviews

Mayhem Festival ’13: Mastodon, Machine Head + More Raised Hell At The PNC Bank Arts Center (PHOTOS)

Yesterday, SIMGE contributor Cory Pedalino shared his trio of interviews from the Mayhem Festival’s stop at the PNC Bank Arts Center featuring talks with Attika7, Butcher Babies, and Toothgrinder. Coupled now with those insightful chats are Pedalino’s collection of photographs [...]

July 30, 2013 Live, Reviews

Mayhem Festival ’13: Listen To Interviews With Members Of Attika7, Butcher Babies, & Toothgrinder

Upon receiving my credential notification to Rockstar Mayhem Festival 2013 at PNC Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ, I was immediately super stoked. The chance to run around in the photo pit, network, enjoy and research new music, and of course, [...]

July 29, 2013 Live, Reviews

Behind The Curtain: A Road Tested Perspective On Warped Tour 2013

A Sunday in July with temperatures approaching the high 90’s, set in a parking lot alongside today’s youth with limited room to walk and move; this year’s Warped Tour was exactly what you remember. The last great line ups for [...]

July 10, 2013 Exclusive Content, Live, Reviews

Set It Free Wrapped Up Their Legacy At The Stone Pony, Mike Gurnari Reflects

In recent years, we have seen a universal shift in the music industry. My experience and recollection of Set it Free’s performance last Wednesday evening just goes to further exemplify the shift. In Set It Free’s short time period as [...]

June 25, 2013 Exclusive Content, Features
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The Black Jesuses Shredded & Summoned At The Langosta Lounge (6/1)

As per The Black Jesuses description on their social media: Dave plays guitar and piano and sings, Sam plays drums and sings sometimes too. Is it really just that simple as all that? BJ’s set time was to begin around [...]

June 6, 2013 Live, Reviews

Wrap Up: Recollections Of Skate And Surf From An Exhausted And Excited Stage Production Worker

A couple months prior to Skate and Surf I was in contact with Jillian Pollak from Max Cruise who’ve I talked to for the past couple years regarding bookings in the city. I sent over a resume and we talked [...]

June 5, 2013 Features

Prof-EYE-ling: The Blind Tellers, Entering The Realm Of The Sightless

The Blind Tellers are trying to stem away from the blues stereotype from their previous project Weathered Sol. Their new sound is a refreshing take on rock with a hint of folk. It’s not hard for a group of guys who [...]

May 30, 2013 Features

Prof-EYE-ling: Only Living Boy Left Its Mark On Asbury Lanes

With several months of planning involved in any big show, The members of Only Living Boy (Trevor Newcomb, Eric Curley, and Joe Cirotti) along with Asbury Lanes put together the best Rock N’ Roll lineup we’ll see for the next couple [...]

May 15, 2013 Features

Prof-EYE-ling: Dave Allen, Just Filming Stuff And Making A Living

In October 2012 Brick, NJ’s Empire Escorts dropped a three-track EP of flammable riff-driven Rock tunes titled The Weather EP, with the title track rising to the top as the most incendiary bit of cream in the crop. Later that month, the band [...]

April 29, 2013 Features