Some love songs are too generic; they contain the same old lyrics, the same old story line, or the same old beat. But Swedish indie folk duo Smith & Thell have managed to craft a […]
Taylor Swift has had enough of the BS- homophobia, misogyny, cancel culture, mean tweets, you name it. And if there is one thing she wants the internet to know, it’s that You Need To Calm Down.
One of my favorite concert venues in New Jersey is the PNC Bank Arts Center. It only takes me about 30 minutes to drive there and only about 10 minutes max to leave the parking lot at the end of the night, (God bless). Every seat in the venue provides for a good view of the show, and lawn seats are a cost-savvy way to see your favorite artists without breaking the bank. I have frequented PNC more than any other concert venue- I’ve been witness to Kelly Clarkson, the Dixie Chicks, Sam Hunt, Kesha + Macklemore, Lady Antebellum + Darius Rucker, and most recently, American Authors and O.A.R.
Miley Cyrus is one of the most versatile artists of this decade and her freshly released E.P. SHE IS COMING proves it with ferocity.
Music has a suspicious way of capturing feelings – and sometimes flavors – in particular sounds and words. The most recent flavor to capture my attention has been sherbet. The following four songs are songs that transport my mind to a dreamy and soft soundscape filled with swirls of light pink and orange swirls, reminiscing on days past.