Fall Out Boy: The Wilderness Years

From the three years in between 2005’s From Under The Cork Tree to 2008’s Folie a Deux, emo-pop pioneers Fall Out Boy were virtually inescapable, topping the charts with their sophomore, Infinity On High, scoring twelve US Hot 100 entries including the No.2 hit

Rod Stewart’s Best Love Songs

Rod Stewart will forever be associated with many classic songs, even beyond his most popular, “Maggie May”. The British singer-songwriter has seen a career ranging dramatically from early innovations to his later years, where he blended into contemporary pop phenomenon like a chameleon. Early

Morrissey’s Most Controversial Statements

“I’ve never intended to be controversial but it’s very easy to be controversial in pop music because nobody ever is.” It’s hard to take Morrissey’s denial that he isn’t deliberately acting like pop music’s biggest troll too seriously considering there doesn’t seem to be

The Lumineers’ Most Prominent Influences

The Lumineers have expertly managed to craft a sound steeped in what’s currently trendy – namely anthemic folk songs with notable Americana and pop influences, propelled by groups like Mumford & Sons, Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, and The Civil Wars. Some members

5 Worst Beatles Songs Ever

Ah, The Beatles. The mischievous, occasionally scandalous, quartet of modern pop music. A veritable One Direction for their age. But oh, I hear you cry, One Direction are terrible, and I hate every single one of their songs with a deep burning passion! And

The Silence Surrounding Barack Obama

Perhaps unlike any President in American history – certainly in modern times – Barack Obama began his tenure with hope beaming from the faces of a nation. That word “hope” had been emblazoned on the posters that filled up the nation’s streets, hoisted outside