The 100 Best Songs Of The 2010s… So Far (100-51)

As we reach the halfway point of the decade, let’s take a look back at some of the best musical moments of the last five years! From alternative rock’s surprising reign to R&B’s resurgence, to pop’s continued evolution, here are the 100 best songs of the 2010s… so far! 100-51 | 50-01 | PLAYLIST 100.…

The Wednesday Playlist

Happy Hump Day! What better way to enjoy this beautiful Wednesday than with the ultimate Wednesday Playlist? It’s time to take a deep breath that you’ve successfully survived the first half of your week and simultaneously scrap up the energy to survive the second! Enjoy some of these classics primarily focused on alternative rock and classic soul…

The 100 Greatest Bass Songs Of All Time

What makes a track a great “bass song” is different for every one. For some, it’s all about that one riff that it commands our attention, and for others, it’s about a part so intricate that it brings the song to life. The perfect bass line can make you dance or reduce you to tears,…

The 50 Best Albums Of 2013

In Conclusion… 2013 was a year with more exciting debuts and comebacks than anyone could have expected. The “business as usual” artists were no match for the ones who decided to push some boundaries, or at least some buttons, blurring the lines between “pop” and “alternative” in a way that the public is still easing…

The 100 Best Songs Of 2013: 50-26

100-76 | 75-51 | 50-26 | 25-1 50. “Full Of Fire” The Knife Swedish electronic duo, The Knife, gifted the world with one of the most fascinatingly challenging tracks of the year, and it just so happens to be incredible. “Full Of Fire” is an uncomfortable, but captivating song that has every twist and turn…

Album Review: MGMT “MGMT”

Regardless of what anyone says, MGMT is (or maybe was) an important band. The duo were so far ahead of the alternative curve with their debut album, Oracular Spectacular, it’s not even funny. The combination of electronic elements infused into rock isn’t necessarily a new concept (take a look at the entirety of the 1980s,) but…