This is an open letter found on facebook and instagram written by Connor Wessels to the Boss himself, after his most recent show at MetLife Stadium, NJ, August 25th, his record setting show of 3 hours and 59 minutes. We couldn't agree more. @springsteen... I've given a lot of thought to what I wanted to … Continue reading Dear Bruce Springsteen…
Ok, I've written about the lack of pop music in my musical diet before. It's not that I HATE it (hate's a strong word!) but most of the time it just doesn't do much for me. Cue Sonny Mackenzi. She just might change my opinion of pop music as a whole. She's recently popped up … Continue reading Sonny Side Up!
If anyone knows me, they know how vocal I am about my distaste for Donald Trump. Just the site of his orange face fills me with abhorrence. My facebook feed (which will remain linkless because I like remaining anonymous) is plastered with hate for this ass clown. To me, Donald Trump is the leader of … Continue reading AyeMaze – We solute you!
What happens when you take a quartet of siblings based in the musical city of Nashville, whose indie-pop/folk sound is just as gigantic as Taylor Swift, you get the lovely band known as SHEL - whose name is an acronym of the names of the four (4!!) sisters that comprise it (Sarah, Hannah, Eva and … Continue reading SHEL – “You Could Be My Baby”
“When It Rain” is the first we’ve heard from Detroit rapper Danny Brown since he celebrated and put to rest “The Old Danny Brown” on his 2013 album. He sounds as hyperactive as ever—still with a preternatural ability to make end rhymes so compelling—and newly focused. Not once does he lament his substance intake, whether … Continue reading DANNY BROWN IS BACK!
We got one of the biggest pop stars in the world -- Iranian singer ARASH who's about to burst on the scene here with a Snoop Dogg duet! He's kinda like music's version of soccer -- huge everywhere except the U.S. But he's got a plan to change that with his new video : “OMG” featuring … Continue reading ARASH FT. SNOOP DOGG “OMG”
Heavily influenced by culture and travel, a semester in France introduced Amanda "330" Carter to the beauty and variety of language and cadence. “We would have crazy cyphers in French, English and Wolof. That definitely influenced me. When they rapped in Wolof, they had constant flow. It was amazing. I try to incorporate that.” She’s … Continue reading From Paris to Kampala…330 “The Juice”