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10 glam-rock artists from the 1970s who heralded the coming age of punk
10 glam-rock artists from the 1970s who heralded the coming age of punk
Rock ‘n’ roll had, for the most part, lost its “roll” by 1970. It became rock music—self-serious, dour, pompous, filled with pretensions to being “art.” It ceased being fabulous teenage noise, filled with Chuck Berry’s playful swagger and Elvis’ hypersexualized pelvic thrust and rebel sneer. Kids wanted something loud and flashy, full of energ...
10 records that could be the soundtrack to your next meditation session
10 records that could be the soundtrack to your next meditation session
When life gets hectic, it's important to take a minute for yourself to reset and clear your mind. Music is always a go-to way to destress, whether it's validating our feelings or mellowing us out. Read more: 11 rising alternative artists who fine-tuned their sound this past year Meditation is a practice of mindfulness and breathing that helps you take a moment for yourself...
15 essential post-punk bands who represent the evolution of the genre
15 essential post-punk bands who represent the evolution of the genre
Post-punk had to happen. Punk rock opened all this space for people to make exactly the kind of art or culture that the disenfranchised had been imagining in their heads, and maybe had limited means or skills by which to make it. But what if you didn’t want to crank out recharged three-chord rock ’n’ roll with modern street poetry for lyrics? What if you want...
Caspian – Waking Season
Caspian – Waking Season
Caspian Waking Season The post-rock landscape has become a bit crowded in recent years, with new Mogwai and Explosions In The Sky clones seemingly cropping up every few weeks. Caspian carved out a sizable plot in the high-rent district of that overcrowded territory in 2009 with their second full-length, Tertia, a fantastic album that probably deserved more recognition than it received ... Read M