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walking ocean

“My friend once told me
she liked this guy because of his hands

And I found it absurd that anyone
would develop feelings over one feature,

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Weekend Rock Question: What Is Beyonce's Best Song?

Beyoncé just made the world stop once again by dropping her surprise single “Formation” just one day ahead of her Super Bowl 50 appearance. Rumors are circulating that an album is set to follow the politically charged anthem and hat tip to her Southern upbringing, and her tour announcement added even… 7 more words


Watch How Drugs Fueled and Ravaged Seventies Music in New RS Mini-Doc

The adage “sex, drugs and rock & roll” can best be used describe the music scene in the Seventies, an era where all genres were fueled by everything from alcohol and marijuana to cocaine and Quaaludes. 21 more words


Watch Kevin Gates Talk Writing Process: 'Why Are You Trying to Dissect It?'

Kevin Gates spoke candidly with Rolling Stone about his major-label debut Islah in a recent visit to the office. Between discussions of his unorthodox parenting style and business philosophy, Gates also revealed how much he hates dissecting his creative process. 20 more words


Flashback: See Emmylou Harris Sing for Willie Nelson

Since 1958, the organization now known as the Recording Academy has presented the annual Grammy Awards in recognition of excellence in musical genres from country to classical, from traditional pop to hip-hop. 25 more words


Meshach's Vest: The Strange Journey of a Heavy Metal Treasure

“My vest was the pioneer of the heavy-metal vests in Oregon City. It’s one of a kind,” says Meshach “Attack” Babcock, 23, a union carpenter with Local 146, and bass player for Maniak, an Eighties-style speed-metal band he started in October of 2013. 18 more words