Review: Lady Gaga At Half Time

The Super Bowl Half Time show is, no doubt, the most coveted performance in music every year. Following a overly prolonged streak of safe (rather, nipple-free) headliners (see McCartney, see Petty, see Springsteen, etc.) the powers that be have re-established a more contemporary, pop-oriented presence…even after a rocky start in the form of the Black…

Playlist: The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame (2017)

Congratulations to the the 2017 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees: Joan Baez, Electric Light Orchestra, Journey, Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur, and Yes. Predictable? Mostly (See Here,) but welcomed additions nonetheless! If you need a way to celebrate all of the legendary, iconic, controversial, and confusing acts prominently adorning rock’s mantle, here’s your one…

The 100 Best Songs Of 2016

With 2016 almost in the books, the time has come to recognize the year’s greatest tracks! From pop stars solidifying their legacy to newcomers making their presence known, this year has been one of the most exciting of the decade. Without further adu, here are the 100 Best Songs of 2016! 100. “Can’t Stop The Feeling!”…

The 10 Best Songs Of 2016 from 2015

Compiling year-end lists is hardly a definitive thing considering songs don’t always find their prominence in the same year of their release. In order to give recognition to the songs that would have made the cut for 2015 had they been released a little sooner or for 2016 had they been released a little later,…

The Definitive Ranking: Michael Jackson’s Short Films

Michael Jackson is the undisputed King of Pop. His songs, his clothing, his performances, his dancing… it’s all iconic. However, quite possibly his most innovative territory was the music video, which he revolutionized more profoundly than any other artist. In honor of his birthday, let’s take all of his videos (or short films, as he…