Want to enjoy your favorite tunes on your MacBook? Learn how to download Spotify on Macbook with our easy-to-follow guide, bringing the beats to your device in no time. If you’re a music enthusiast and own a MacBook, you might be eager to download Spotify, one of the most popular music streaming platforms available. […]
Do you have tickets for Beyonce’s Renaissance world tour? The superstar’s highly-anticipated ‘Renaissance’ Tour is already on it’s way with the chaotic ticket sale period feeling like an extreme sport is now behind us. Europe, Smaller US Cities Have Cheaper Tix Generally speaking, Beyonce tickets are synonymous with high prices, but fans know they’ll be […]
A quick question to start this all off: So who made Pitchfork the gatekeeper of good music, or as they put it “The Most Trusted Voice in Music”? Whether you believe Pitchfork is the arbiter of great music or not, if you’ve ever visited pitchfork.com you’ve pushed that idea. Clicks are how the internet works. […]
Another week, another list. This time it’s a list of the 100 best songs from the 1990s from the folks at Pitchfork Media. What makes this list different is that Pitchfork took a democratic approach (and eschewing responsibility) by compiling this ranking via votes from their Pitchfork readers. Not only will they get the clicks […]
We know you all love to hate when some media company/website decides to put out a definitive list of the best songs of all time or the greatest hip hop albums or alternative songs from the 1990s. Love to hate because when we see a song or album that we love on their list, we […]
Another day another Rolling Stone list. As much as we get triggered by these type of lists or do our best to disregard the validity of the opinions expressed in the numbered list, we can’t stop ourselves from clicking on them This is confirmed by how popular this Rolling Stone’s Top 500 Songs of All-Time […]
Since you’re here, you’re very-likely aware that Rolling Stone magazine recently released an updated version of their popular, controversial and infamous “Top 500 Songs of All-Time” list that first irritated the internet waaaaay back in 2004. Referring to it as the “definitive list of the 500 greatest songs of all time,” that first list caused […]
It’s 2020 and been nearly four years since M.I.A.’s last album, but in a recent Instagram post, global superstar or rap and beats announced that she’s coming out with new music.
A few days ago, Pitchfork released their list of the top 200 songs of the 2010s. No surprise considering that were just a few months away from entering a new decade, and presumably a new era of music.
Even though we’re annoyed that there isn’t a stock “clipboard” feature on the Pixel 2 (XL), there’s so many things that we love about the new Google phone. One of the features we didn’t need, but really dig now that we have it, is the “Now Playing” feature
Nirvana. Pearl Jam. Soundgarden. Foo Fighters. R.E.M. Nine Inch Nails. Alice in Chains. Which band had the best song in the 90s?
Who doesn’t like a little throwback, retro and vintage? I recently received portable turntable with built-in speakers in a denim-colored, briefcase-style case.
As you may have heard, toward the end of Pearl Jam’s set at the Global Citizens Festival in New York’s Central Park, Beyonce joined Eddie Vedder and his acoustic guitar to cover “Redemption Song”.
I got my first listen to Lion Babe during this year’s Afropunk Fest and after seeing a couple photos of the band, I wondered if Lucas Goodman was part Asian?
The 2015 Afropunk Festival has announced their official stage schedule and stage times for its two-day New York event at Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park.
M.I.A. announced a new studio album “MATAHDATAH” and released a new single “Swords” this week. The song and video are produced by M.I.A., Spanker and The Partysquad and filmed in India and West Africa.
Dreamforce started out as an “user and developer conference” focusing on SaaS (software as a service) to one of the largest technology events in the world. The nearly week-long event has been around now for over a dozen years growing from 1,300 attendees in it’s first year to well over 100,000 (and attendance continues […]
Are you silly like me and like editing MP3s? I’ve used MP3 cutting software in the past to cut and fade my MP3s, that’s because I didn’t know there were ways to trim MP3s online… MP3 cutting in the cloud.
Back in 2009, a group called N.A.S.A. put together an album called The Spirit of Apollo packed with guest stars. One of those songs featured a trio of big time guest stars in Kanye West, Lykke Li and Santogold.
It’s in style to hate on Iggy Izalea, so this post probably isn’t introducing anything that hasn’t already been said.
Oh, the Grammy Awards. Let’s get straight to the point about the Grammy Awards; it’s as much about celebrating the art as much as it is a popularity contest that serves to reward specific tastes.
You just visited Chinatown today and you saw old Chinese men sitting on the corner playing a traditional bowed instrument. So you’re wondering, what is that Chinese strong instrument you saw in Chinatown called?
When I lived in San Francisco, I was a 5 minute walk from Public Works, an event venue that hosted a variety of parties and performances. One of the parties that I attended was a monthly event called Non-Stop Bhangra
I’ve always been interested in Indian music; something about how the beats and melodies are structure resonate with me. Not to mention, I am a sucker for group dancing.