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Graceland (1986)

Pete’s#1’s. My introduction to Simon and Garfunkel was at school. We were taught the most famous, as I found out, and best of Simon & Garfunkel songs Sounds of Silence, The Boxer, and Bridge Over Troubled Water. 354 more words

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LOUUD cements herself as the new queen of relatable pop anthems with "Better Off"

Stockholm born but now London based artist LOUUD has made a name for herself for making relatable and honest pieces of pop music, at this point I’d actually say she is the queen of relatable pop music. 236 more words


COMING UP: Lana Del Ray - Norman Fucking Rockwell

I’ve been to a lot of live music in my life. I’ve seen all time pop industry legends one weekend, obscure upcoming country acts the next, all while waiting for the Hip Hop meets Disco meets electro set I’ll be seeing a week later. 672 more words


Daily Discovery-The Petals-Mercy Kill

Today’s find is the newly-released single “Mercy Kill” from Pittsburgh(!) indie outfit The Petals. The song begins with the line, “Population dwindling in the city of dreams/I was born here, will die here,” and I’m really hoping the city in question isn’t Pittsburgh, since I just moved here a year ago, have liked it so far, and am definitely not ready for it to become a dead end town. 209 more words



Narada Michael Walden-The Solo Years 1976-1988

The first many record buyers heard of Narada Michael Walden, was when he was announced as Billy Cobham’s replacement in the second lineup of the Mahavishnu Orchestra in 1974. 2,069 more words


My Vector portrait of a Japanese Cowgirl

My Vector portrait of a Japanese Cowgirl in the style of artist Ichiro Tsuruta

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