Enough time has passed since the late-millennial days of hardcore/pop-punk/indie/"emo" (cringe) that, in 2011, there's a healthy market for nostalgia shows aimed at people in their late 20s and early 30s. It's easy to have mixed feelings about this. Every generation thinks the music of its teens/early 20s is better than whatever is current, and looking back on it too soon can reveal in cold light that, really, that's not... More >>>