Album of the Week: Modern Life Is Rubbish

Artist: Blur Released: 1993 Beginning in London, England, known originally as Seymour, Blur has given the world plenty of great songs with their second album being no different. Damon Albarn (ever heard of Gorillaz?), Graham Coxon, Alex James, and Dave Rowntree defind what Brit-pop was during the 1990s and have rightfully received world-wide recognition for their... Continue Reading →

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Africa

Weezer’s cover of Toto’s “Africa” is the song we need, but the song we don’t deserve. In a world where rock is loudly getting pushed to the side by Hip Hop and television pop stars (no offense) Weezer throws it back to a classic song that we didn’t realize we needed to hear. I know... Continue Reading →

This is Remy Zero

The 1990s produced some of the greatest music ever heard. The list of great bands and artists goes on and on. While those musicians are deserving of their fame, other not-so-well-known bands are deserving of the same recognition. Alternative rock band, Remy Zero, is one of those bands that didn’t receive mainstream attention, but contributed... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week: ROCKISDEAD

Artists: Dorothy Released: 2016 The rock band from Los Angeles, California debuted with a serious album that offers plenty of great tracks that are worth hearing. Vocalist, Dorothy Martin, gives this rocking album much life. Her strong, impressive voice drives home the lyrics accompanied by some great sounding instruments. The album is evidence that rock... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week: The Free Life

Artist: Turbowolf Released: 2018 The rock band from Bristol, UK recently released their third studio album. The new album contains rock, heavy metal, electronica, and even some punk rock. It offers the perfect sound to get you moving. Check out songs from the album below. This album will make you want to howl at the... Continue Reading →

Cover Songs: Part 1

Whether you like it or not some of the most loved songs end up being covered by a different artist. The outcome can be cringe worthy or an added touch to an already great song. Sometimes a totally different genre will go and do the remake as well (see: Johnny Cash and Bill Withers). Below... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week: Dumb and Dumber

I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, the 1990s produced some of the greatest music ever. The soundtrack to the classic comedy film Dumb and Dumber (1994), starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, adds some great songs to an already impressive decade of music. Below are just a few songs from the album.... Continue Reading →

Album of the Week – Audioslave

Artist: Audioslave Released: 2002 The late Chris Cornell was an incredible musician. His work with Temple of the Dog, Soundgarden, and other acts has given us plenty of great music to enjoy. It’s a shame we can’t have more. His work with Audioslave is just as noteworthy as his previous projects. The American rock super-group... Continue Reading →

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