It’s always a trip when you turn on the TV and see someone you know. Always. It never gets old. At least, not for me. So imagine my surprise when I turned on American Idol (the auditions, of course) and saw Larry Platt performing an
From fastcompany.com December 31, 1999, 11:59 p.m. Hello, people of 2010, and congratulations on finding this time capsule! I’m writing this chronicle of my era to the sweet clackety-clack of the keyboard on my state-of-the-art Apple iBook. Can you imagine? 366 MHz? This thing’s faster
Clearly, this decade has offered much in the way of hip-hop evolution, even though many purists and true schoolers argue that the street music has been gentrified, and diluted to an almost unrecognizable form. Blah. It’s still hip hop the same way the Catera is
Here’s the new single Soldier of Love, from her upcoming album! Out Feb 2010!
Performing a new song “Levels” live at Crash Mansion, NYC. Whoa. Intense…and maybe a bit overwhelming on first listen…but for my musicheads out there…come on. The Sounds of VTech / Bilal: LEVELS
John H. Richardson weighs in on Obama’s first year. Brilliant and thoughtful. (Swipe from Esquire Magazine) I have figured out The Problem With America Today. My inspiration was the recent one-year-later cover of Newsweek, which encapsulates the current conventional wisdom about President Obama in a
I think I’ve listened to this song a million times in the last month. It’s a gorgeous song, poignant in its simplicity, raw in it’s sentiment. The video compliments the song effortlessly. Thank you ABs for not blowing it.
If you were born in the 80’s, then you understand why this video is AWESOME! Owl City – Fireflies by UniversalMusicGroup