Jim Allen of CultureSonar shares some of the top power pop artists to catch you back up.
The perception among many listeners is that the homogenization of music has taken a big leap forward in recent years. Sadly, we agree.
By The CS TeamAs the political races heat up, we’ll be hearing a lot about different visions for America, and nostalgia for the good old days, particularly the 50’s, when – the story goes – things were more orderly.Now, we’re not going anywhere near politics, but we would like to look at just one slice…
We love our heroes, our rock and pop stars – but mostly, we love our music.
Does a quest for fame lead to an early demise?
Get in formation with this all-male Beyonce dance cover.
If you love blues, classic rock, jazz, or modern pop, you owe a debt to West African stringed instruments. Here’s why.
Why is being “Just one of the boys” a bad thing?
Great actors, pop music, and an adorable little girl: What’s not to like? James Holcomb reviews Dreamworks new movie ‘Home.’
Mikey Bolts covers the Marc Ronson/Bruno Mars hit “Uptown Funk” using the voices of your favorite cartoon characters.
Kase Johnstun shakes it off.
Hate him or love him, 10 years ago, Kanye West dropped his game changing album, The College Dropout. Doran Miller-Rosenberg reminisces on Ye’s legacy.
A new band from Lyon, France is helping keep rock alive for the Millennials.
The hip-hop nerd strikes again. Here, he writes about the rappers who’ve influenced the game the most.
The author is a hip-hop nerd. And he had time on his hands. Behold, The world’s first Hip-Hop Draft.
Last year, Simms Jr. wrote an article about Drake’s pop culture dominance. A hit album, a film appearance, and a killer SNL hosting stint later, Drake is still the man.