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10 Best of David Bowie

January 10, 2017 // 0 Comments

It’s been one year since music legend David Bowie died of cancer. Instead of mourning his death, which is still incredulous to think he’s no longer with us. We wanted to celebrate his legacy so we curated a playlist of some of our favorite Bowie songs by putting our ten favorites [Read More...]

Five Best of: Bob Dylan

October 13, 2016 // 0 Comments

American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan has won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature for ” Having created new poetic expressions with the great American song tradition” The Swedish Academy’s, Sara Danius compared Dylan’s work to that of Homer and Sappho stating that “they [Read More...]

5 Best of… Kings Of Leon

September 13, 2016 // 1 Comment

Krystal and I were excited about the news of a new Kings Of Leon album, so we decided it was about time for a Best Of featuring them. The problem was, after speaking to each other, we knew there was no way we would agree on just five songs between us. So we decide to break it up and give you a [Read More...]

5 Best of… Snow Patrol

April 8, 2016 // 1 Comment

Photo courtesy of FanGirlFotos   Snow Patrol is working on their seventh studio album!  The band attended (and was honored at) this year’s Oscar Wilde party in LA last month.  In an interview with Ali Ryan of GOSS.ie, singer Gary Lightbody said that they are recording most of the new album [Read More...]

5 Best of… No Doubt

April 6, 2016 // 0 Comments

After a decade-long hiatus Gwen Stefani is back with her brand new #1 album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like. Although her newest track, Misery, is another step away from her beloved No Doubt days, it does sounds more like classic Gwen than her last solo album, The Sweet Escape. I’m all [Read More...]

5 Best of… All Time Low

March 24, 2016 // 3 Comments

Remember those good old MySpace days? I do. It’s where I encountered my first loves All Time Low. It was 2007 and I was 14. Being from Baltimore, MD I had close to a hundred friends on my MySpace profile from Baltimore. Clicking on one profile in particular led to me falling in love with suburb [Read More...]

Five Best: Pete Doherty, The Master Post

February 2, 2016 // 0 Comments

When we started this post, we had it in my mind to feature The Libertines, but as we began to scroll through our iPod’s for our most listened to songs we realized that it wasn’t JUST The Libertines we loved but rather it was Pete Doherty.  Despite his trouble with drugs, that [Read More...]

5 Best of… Lou Reed

October 27, 2015 // 0 Comments

Today marks two years since the passing of Lou Reed, one of the most influential artists in rock music. Lou is everything a rebellious angst-ridden individual loves about rock and roll. He’s an artist that challenges you as if he almost wanted you to dislike him. He was a cynical realist [Read More...]

5 Best of… John Lennon

October 9, 2015 // 1 Comment

I have posted on John Lennon each year around this time, because honestly, he was my favorite Beatle and he continued to be a favorite singer long after the Beatles broke up. Today ( October 9 ) would have been his 75th birthday, had he not been taken from us in 1980, so I am doing our usual 5 best [Read More...]

5 Best: Pulp

August 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

Pulp formed in Sheffield in 1978, but the band did not find commercial success until the 1990’s and the emergence of Brit Pop. Their first Top 40 on the UK charts, Do You Remember The First Time, came in this period. They have had songs on several soundtracks, including Great Expectations and [Read More...]
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