Mort Garson (Ambient Instrumental) What up, party people? Let me bring you back to the world of 1976. The radio waves are dominated by future legends – Queen, Elton John, Paul Simon, Wings, etc… – music is making a dramatic shift from the Classic Rock/Hippie Culture of the 60’s to a more progressive, non-traditional upbeat swing. Disco is quickly becoming the most popular music in … Continue reading Plantasia – The Original Lofi Beats to Study/Chill
What up, Party People? We finally made it! Jan. 20 is just a day away and I for one am celebrating the absolute shit out of it! I made a special inauguration day playlist just for the occasion. If you start bumpin’ this playlist at exactly 10:05am Central time, it will end just as Biden takes the Presidential Oath. I hate politics – so, like, … Continue reading A Playlist for You: It’s Biden, Bitch.
What up, party people? As I’ve mentioned, I am a big ‘ole music nerd. I am currently studying to earn a degree in Music Business from Columbia College in Chicago. To enhance my musical education, and help myself stay musically organized, I actively create/curate playlists. I’ve always thought a playlist says so much about a person. For example, are you the type to have a … Continue reading A Playlist For You: A or B
Riz La Vie is an American/Lebanese singer-songwriter from New Jersey, now based out of New York City. Riz immediately found a foothold in the music scene. He has a soulful voice and impressively blends soul, pop, R&B, and hip-hop elements; similar to Russ or 6lack. Riz hit the scene in 2017 with the release of his EP, Found, he followed it up later that year … Continue reading Interview With: Riz La Vie
Haim Women In Music pt. III Indie-Pop This album is nominated for Album of the Year at the Grammys this year. I’ll never miss an opportunity to say “FUCK THE GRAMMYS”. They don’t give AF about the quality of the music and the Grammy voting committee can eat a dick. These feelings stem back to when THIS happened…That said, this album is really, really good. … Continue reading 2020’s Best Music