Pop Heroism, One Song at a Time
The one-hit wonder that destroyed her career live on national television.
Before Zach Galifianakis’ outstanding breakout roles in The Hangover and Humpday respectively, this comic had a penchant for lyp syncing to saccharine little dities about
In classic Radiohead fashion, Thom and the boys unleashed a new track on an unsuspecting blogosphere today: “Harry Patch (In Memory Of)”. The song is
“You” - Bill Withers Written by Bill Withers From +‘Justments, Sussex Records, 1974 The lead-off track to an oft-forgotten album by master songwriter Bill Withers, “You”
Part One: Pharoah Sanders Maybe you have to be a jazz aficionado to get excited by an album cover, but come on: How can you
"In World War II, the average age of the combat soldier was 26. In Vietnam, he was 19."
Part 2 of our video venture through lost musical geniuses discovers an unhappier tradition in The UK, where comebacks are not de rigeur! Exemplars include Joe Meek, Brian Jones, Syd Barrett, and Ian Curtis.
Recently dubbed the new “princess of Pop”, Rolling Stone has said that Lady Gaga is on the verge of being the “defining Pop Star of
The author grapples with his adolescent obsession with Fiona Apple's Tidal