Category Archives: Music
The White Panda kicked off a week full of new music by going back to their roots with this vocal edit of Flume’s “Insane”. It’s a smooth remix that is worth a few listens back-to-back.
While The White Panda is moving into original content and remixes like so many mash-up artists have, they will still be delivering their sample based music that made them who they are.
I was under the impression that the video of the Marines singing along to Frozen’s “Let it Go” was the best out there.
I was wrong.
The best video would be Eddie Vedder and Pearl Jam rocking out in Italy. Apparently they added this snippet of “Let it Go” to their performance of “Just Breathe” and “Daughter”.
Tonight marks the start of the journey for United States Men’s National Team in the 2014 World Cup. USA vs. Ghana goes down at 6pm on ESPN. The same team that knocked them out four years ago and ended a great run. It seems each year, more and more people around the country are getting amped up for the games. This year is no different and you can see the proof by heading to Twitter or Facebook.
Another place you could find some enthusiastic supporters would be at any one of the 100 chapters of The American Outlaws, the unofficial USMNT supporters group.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis took 2013 by storm. It seemed like you couldn’t watch an awards show or see celebrity news without someone talking about them. Still now, half way through 2014, people still seem to like them.
I don’t get it, but to each their own.
Ryan Lewis, along with Ben Haggerty, make up the famous rap duo. However, you might be hard pressed to find someone around who actually knows what it is that Ryan Lewis does. I’m not above that either, many times I have referred to these two clowns as “Macklemore and Tits on a Bull” because it really seemed as though Ryan Lewiswas nothing more than a glorified hype-man.
This morning, Lollapalooza released the much anticipated lineup for the 2014 edition of the August music festival in Grant Park in Chicago. The early leaked reports proved to be true when Eminem, Kings of Leon, Calvin Harris, Arctic Monkeys and Skrillex showed up at the top of the bill. The last headliner, Outkast, was an easy guess based on every other music festival this summer.
One of the best performances at last night’s 56th Annual Grammy Awards was the mash-up pairing of Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar. Their performance was loud, bright and perfectly put together.
Also, it provided us with one of my favorite moments from the Grammys. Taylor Swift was shown rocking out to the performance and was either having a seizure or just putting her hands in the a-urrr and waving them like she just didn’t k-urrr. Either way, she definitely provided the whitest part of the night to us.
Speculation of an OutKast reunion was running rampant since the end of The Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival last April and with the release of the lineup it is now official. The Atlanta based duo of Big Boi and Andre 3000 will come back together to rip faces off on the first night of the three-day festival. Seems to me like they should be the act to close the festival, but I digress.
For those of you who peruse message boards, you know lot of rumors will fly in the ten or so months leading up to the official release of the lineup.