Amidst all of the 90s nostalgia brought on by the endless Buzzfeed lists, it is always refreshing and gut-wrenching to a 25-year-old like myself to see decade celebrations of albums and art from my teenaged years. Spitalfield's "Remember Right Now" was a stand-out emo album in the early 2000s, back when bands wrestled hard with such a label. But to 15-year-old me, their delightful harmonies and irresistible hooks meant more than the any genre label. After disbanding in 2007, the band has played a few select shows together but in April of this year they reunited the original line-up to commemorate the album that put them on the map. Touring in support of them are The Young Rapscallions, with Christopher Mintz-Plasse (of Super Bad and Kick-Ass fame) on drums, and Buddy Banter. Tickets are $12 and doors are at 8pm. Be sure to watch a video of them performing "I Loved the Way She Said LA" live from a concert earlier this year below.