The first time I ever heard of Lana Del Rey was the very night she performed what critics are calling Saturday Night Live’s worst performance in the television show’s history.
“Love Interruption” is a great Jack White composition, but is it any different from his other works?
The hard rockers announce their reunion at the Indio music festival, making the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival actually tempting.
December can be an exciting time for us all, and thanks to Akron, Ohio rockers The Black Keys, it just got better.
Oasis is the greatest British band in the world between 1995 and 2005 according to The Guinness Book of World Records.
In light of the recent “Occupy Wall Street” protests that are taking place in New York City and 70 other cities in the U.S.—including San Diego—I have decided to dedicate today’s blog to just a handful of classic protest songs that embody the current movement.
In the world of rock ‘n’ roll, subgenres have come and gone in a blink of an eye. These subgenres—like punk, metal, or grunge—follow a bell curve to popularity.
Blink-182’s Neighborhoods is a breath of fresh air for me.
With so many releases coming out today worth illegally downloading — I mean legitimately stream off spinner.com — it was hard for me to just pick one to review. So instead I picked three. “TKOL RMX 1234567” by Radiohead Radiohead’s latest release, “TKOL RMX 1234567” is a collection of remixes based off the band’s last [...]
He was known as the quiet Beatle. He wasn’t a jokester like Ringo, or as outspoken as John, or as hungry for attention like Paul
It’s happened to all of us before. You’re about to head out for school, work, or a jog, so you pop in your headphones and push play on your iPod, when suddenly a song comes on that you’ve never heard before.
Last month marked the 20th anniversary of one of the best albums of all time, Pearl Jam’s seminal debut album, “Ten.”