Rock and roll is a way of life
Rock and Roll
Alex Yarde and all of Black America mourns the loss and celebrates the life and legacy of our dear Auntie Aretha.
But, you can no longer blame AC/DC.
So…. so you want to read the story? Watch some videos? Grin?
Musicians have always looked to those who have gone before them for inspiration.
He might not be a household name, but Aaron “Professor Louie” Hurwitz has been making music — at a high level — for 50+ years. He has a lot to say about it.
This 1979 film was made by a seriously hardcore fan of The Who.
Their look, their attitude, and their music in the 60s and 70s had all the hallmarks of Glam Rock.
Styx and The Grand Illusion: I Was Fooled. How About You?
Chuck Berry and others rocked the 50s. From 64′ on, guitars were everywhere. But the period in between…?
The icons can still perform, but they have nothing new to say, and nothing to offer as a message for the movement we need today.
Was music better in the past? Ian Brennan of CultureSonar takes a look.
“As the timeline moves forward, tangential artists in any field fade from the collective radar, until only one person remains; the significance of that individual is then exaggerated, until the genre and the person become interchangeable.”
What would your favorite songs be without this?
What is it about the death of a rock star like David Bowie that affects us so deeply?
Sometimes all you need is a fresh outlook—or thirteen of them—to get you to the right places in life.