So here we are on this, the last day of November, and I must say that I have found myself a bit confused. By the looks of things on some of my favorite music sites, you would think that tomorrow would be the beginning of a new year, not the beginning of a new month. This is because some sites have deemed it necessary to begin throwing out their “End of the Year” lists already. Now don’t get me wrong,
Monthly Archives: November 2012
Seeing as there are very few albums being released these next couple weeks, it looks like we all have to dig a little deeper in finding something to discuss about music. It’s the end of the year doldrums, and there is probably only one album (Big Boi’s Vicious Lies & Dangerous Rumors) that I’m really all that pumped up for. Not that Vicious Lies will be the only album worth listening to the remainder of the year, but it’s the
Yes, I realize this headline is probably a bit misleading and a bit offensive for the people of Michigan, but I don’t care.
Artist: The Rolling Stones Song: “Doom and Gloom” Director: Jonas Åkerlund Headless Actress: Noomi Rapace ^You, after you watch this video. Earlier this month, The Rolling Stones released yet another “greatest hits” compilation known as GRRR!. It came in 40-track, 50-track, and 80-track editions, but each one included two newly recorded songs. That’s right, The Rolling Stones are still making new hits 50 years after their creation. And to be honest, “Doom and Gloom” (the first of the two songs
Who ever decided John Legend should be featured on every major hip-hop release to come out, and when was this decision made? God, that’s who. It is true God rested on the seventh day, but in all actuality he spent the majority of that seventh day contemplating the creation of singer/songwriter John Legend almost 8,000 years later. Hit the jump for the main talking points of why John Legend was actually not a gift from God, but a curse.