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Ten Negative Reviews of Now Classic Albums

It has famously been said that, “writing about music is like dancing about architecture,” and rightfully so. Music is unwieldy, notoriously anarchic, and devilishly moody, making it an incredibly difficult topic to tackle. Rock ‘n’ roll journalists made it their calling to take on

Soundgarden’s Rise, Fall, and Re-Emergence

As one of the premiere alt-rock groups of the ‘90s, Soundgarden infused a love for heavy metal and blues into their voracious and full-bodied rock sound, packed with arena-ready guitars and belching vocals. Their guitar-driven repertoire ranged in tone from raucous blues to swirling

Things You Didn’t Know About Taylor Swift

In our modern age, it’s rare for even the smallest tidbit of information about a bona-fide superstar to not become a common fact. This is especially the case with Taylor Swift, who has every facet of her life dissected and passed on by a

Artists That Inspire Bruno Mars’ Vintage Sound

A video clip surfaced recently from a 1990 British documentary called “Viva Elvis”, which chronicled the legend of Elvis Presley and the passion of his diehard fan base. The clip depicted chubby-cheeked 4-year-old named “Bruno” singing Elvis classics like “Trouble” and “Hound Dog”, with

The 8 Best Alicia Keys Singles

Now thirteen years and five studio efforts into her career, Alicia Keys has built up the kind of back catalogue that most of her soulful peers can only dream about. With four US number ones to her name, not to mention a further seven

How Video Made The Radio Star

On August 1st 1981 MTV launched for the first time in the United States to the tune of “Video Killed The Radio Star” by The Buggles, the very first video to air on the station. The debut track acted almost like a statement of