Playlist – Lady: A Celebration Of Women In Music

For as significant an impact female artists have had on music, the general recognition of their work has been undeniably disproportionate. In honor of Women’s History Month, here’s a playlist honoring the many female artists who have played such an important part in music and its many evolutions. From rock to pop to country to hip hop…

Playlist: New Years 15>16

If you’re need of the perfect playlist to close out your 2015 and usher in the new year, then look no further. From some of the year’s finest moments to some bonafide party classics, here’s 4 and a half hours of music sure to kick 2016 off right.   NEW YEARS 15>16 THE PLAYLIST: “I Know There’s…

Review: Katy Perry At Halftime

It’s pretty inarguable that Katy Perry is one of the biggest forces in pop music over the last decade. Despite failing to live up to her culturally significant contemporaries like Beyoncé or Lady Gaga, she has racked up more number one hits than both of them combined (plus a few other big hits to boot.)…

Review: Bruno Mars At Half Time

The Super Bowl Half Time performance has become one of the biggest, most prestigious honors in music every year for the artist or artists lucky enough to earn the slot. Everyone from Michael Jackson to Prince to Madonna to, most recently, Beyoncé have memorably taken to the stage, bringing us some of the most dazzling…

Pharrell Williams: 2013’s MVP

Let’s just cut right to the chase here, 2013 was Pharrell Williams’ most prolific, Midas-like year to date. It just seemed like everywhere we turned, there he was just doing something too good to be true. Whether he was lending his vocals or just sitting back working his production magic, he was clearly a highly…

The 100 Best Songs Of 2013: 100-76

100-76 | 75-51 | 50-26 | 25-1 100. “It Starts And Ends With You” Suede It’s been over a decade since Britpop legends Suede last released a studio album or a single, so their anticipated reunion was clearly met with open arms. Their comeback single, “It Starts And Ends With You” feels like they never…