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Remembering Ric Ocasek: The Car That Never Slowed Down

Photo Credit: Matthew Eisman/Getty Images If you lived or worked in New York City in Nineties or after, chances are you spotted Ric Ocasek on the street at least once. It was probably harder to miss the Empire State Building: well over six feet tall and exhibiting the same lanky physical frame, longish hair and sad/curious facial features that had defined his appearance through his four decades as a public figure,… Read more

Social House: Everything is Changing for This Duo

Photo Credit: Rolexx Social House is a duo that primarily creates pop-based tracks with hip-hop and R&B undertones. They caught the spotlight after being the producers behind popular tracks from Ariana Grande’s recent album Thank U, Next. The group is composed of two members, Michael Foster and Charles Anderson. Known as Mikey and Scootie respectively,… Read more

Megan Thee Stallion: Hot Girls Unite

Photo Credit: 2020 Photography/Courage Osadolor Megan Thee Stallion is one of the hottest female rappers on the scene right now. The unapologetic bravado of Megan has caused many to join her fan group of “hotties.” New to the music industry, Megan Thee Stallion is coming to put her spin on music and make a name… Read more

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Blink-182 – ‘NINE’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Lester Cohen/Getty Images for KROQ Back in the mid-‘80s, punk luminaries the Clash attempted to carry on after the firing of guitarist/co-front man Mick Jones, replenishing the line-up with several new members. The resulting album, Cut the Crap, was abhorred by fans, critics, and – in short order – remaining founder Joe Strummer, who shortly after tagged it “a total f*ck-up” and excluded it from future collected releases… Read more

Liam Gallagher – ‘Why Me? Why Not.’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Rankin Oasis first arrived in the mid ‘90s and transformed the British music scene virtually overnight, giving the U.K. (and beyond), a new, focused musical identity after years of so much studio-only pop and divisive rock sub-genres. While there are probably fewer bands since the ‘60s who’re not influenced in some way by the Beatles than are, Oasis mirrored the Fab Four’s sound and general aura so brazenly (their first single “Supersonic” refers to a “yellow submarine” just for starters) and without… Read more

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