“50thirdandthird provides original commentary and interviews with bands and provides a great service to anyone looking for fresh, interesting sounds. That shouldn’t be rare on the internet, but in an age of cut-and-paste journalism, believe me, it is.”

– Eric

“50thirdand3rd’s mission statement is “Written by music junkies for music junkies”, and their constant updates and coverage of all sorts of genres drives this home – a psychedelic ’record of the day’ in the morning, a punk rock ‘video of the day’ in the afternoon, and an interview with a folk musician at night is a testament to the one thing that seems to matter to these guys n’ girls – great music, pure and simple.”

“Weirdos need friends too, and thankfully for all the hot freaks making music today, 50thirdand3rd has been a home away from home for underground rock in need of a couch to crash on. We’re happy whenever we get a chance to stop by—but sorry about the mess, guys.”

– Nate Rogers

“50thirdand3rd is a brilliant blog which gives exposure to new and often unknown artists , they always feature the very best up and coming garage and rock n roll bands and obviously have great taste – they supported us from the very beginning! Cheers guys.”

– Becca

“50thirdand3rd where music still feels as exciting as 77′ everyday!”

“50thirdand3rd is the first place I check for the newest, coolest bands. And they don’t just repost articles from other sites or simply put up links to sound clips, they have real interviews and actual opinions–and impeccable taste. Dig in, don’t miss out.”


“50thirdand3rd knows how to pick up the best bands around. A great source of info on what’s happening these days!”

“50thirdand3rd always seems to have its ear to the ground, connecting with incredibly great bands (most of which you’ve never heard of yet) and asking them interesting questions rather than the same old drivel”

“50thirdand3rd work tirelessly at promoting the best of what’s out there that you may have never heard before. Not only are they spotlighting the lesser known bands and videos, they are spotlighting the DIY indie labels that are making it all happen. I appreciate the enthusiasm they project and look forward to finding new music each and every day.”