If playlists are the ultimate currency of coolness, we're your virtual treasury.
Partiboi69 Keeps It Unprotected During COVID-19
In these troubling times, society depends upon creative outlets to help anchor and secure the social fabric which binds communities together. Music is one of the most powerful and dynamic forces for helping to usher our spirits in the good times and the bad.
There is something special about rock music. It ignites something within many of us that often leads to breaking into air guitar solos, singing off-tune alone in the car, and even even some thrashing of the head.
Indie Music Madness: A Seven-Song Sweaty Heatwave Playlist
Well, here we are Philadelphia. Stuck in the middle of a sweaty heatwave. Just like my ass to this chair. Or, my glutes would be glued, that is, if I wasn't blasting my house's A.C. at max power. And didn't have two small desk fans on both sides of my computer aimed at my face. As well as an industrial-sized mega fan behind me blowing my back. And I wasn't wearing two frozen pea bags bandanaed around my face as if I had the mumps. I don't have the mumps.
The Big Summer Playlist
IMO, summer isn't summer until you've curated a super fun and extensive playlist that specifically reminds you of freshly cut grass, barbeques and ice cream galore, and getting sand in places you don't particularly want sand to be.
Chloe's Future Wedding Playlist
"Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage." -Lao Tzu I dream of getting married in my grad dress.
20 Most Popular Female Musicians of The 1970s
I am a longtime music aficionado dating back to 1972 when I bought my first records. I bought two albums A Song For You by Carpenters and Greatest Hits by Blood, Sweat and Tears (of course both on 8-track tape). These two records took me away into thoughts and imaginations I never experienced before. I was instantly sold, a fan of music right from the get go. All I could think about was the next record I would buy. I started making lists of songs and albums I wanted. By 1978 it became an obsession. I had to buy everything I wanted. My lists went from 3 or 4 albums up to 40 or 50 titles at all times. In 1992 my friend Mitzi and I spent the entire day removing all my albums from my walk-in closet and counted each one and alphabetized everything and rearranged them back into the closet. When all was said and done the final count was approximately 11,500 albums (and that did not include the 7,500 seven inch singles I had). This wasn't even the top number. I continued collecting records until 1995. I would guesstimate, at one point, I owned around 16,000 albums. That was crazy. When I moved from Orange to Fullerton in 1996 it was a lot of work packing and moving those records.
2 Shadows Share 'Bring The Cold Inside' EP
Vancouver, BC Canada based Metalcore band 2 Shadows have released their debut EP ‘Bring The Cold Inside’ on Rock Shop Records. They are also sharing the video for lead track ‘Boulevard Of Broken Dreams’ that features Ryan Hayes of Righteous Vendetta on guest vocals. The song has been added to key Rock & Metal playlists at Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and more.
ECLECTIC MIX APRIL 2022
We’ll spring has finally sprung, or by the time you read this it will well and truly be over. And you’ll have eaten all those easter eggs you got! The days have gotten longer, and although maybe not quite there, we’ve had a bit of a preview of what kind of days lie ahead. Ones hopefully full of sun, and better days for us all! So far, I’ve attended my best mates wedding this month and it was one of the best celebration events I’ve ever had the pleasure of being too. So, I am taking this as the start of all good things!
mysoundMusic February Artist Spotlight
Most of us come across music pretty much every day, whether on the radio, TV or via the 'net. Music has many benefits for both the listener and the creator :
Learn to Be Lonely. February 14th.
Last night the pipes burst and you barely slept a wink in the cold night. Your toes are incredibly cold despite you wearing every pair of socks you own and sleeping under all your blankets while wearing every clean sweater you can find.
What I've Been Listening To
I'm sheepishly attempting to return to blogging, but at the same time, trying to not overdo it. My brain is still a bit all over the place, but I feel like I want to actually chat about music today, so that's what I'm going to do.
Music of Women by Women of Music
The Music Industry has been expanding its wings, widely for almost the last century, it would still better to insist that women have too taken over the industry by storm. Women of Music is no exception to Men in the industry, using their beauty, courage and angel-like voices they work hard to proceed with the flow.