Monthly Archives: January 2017

Injury Reserve Wants to Make You Squirm

A light-skinned charismatic law student, a fat, black, alcoholic father of four, and a scrawny redhead paler than stardust (which I imagine is pale): They intend to stick out like the sorest of thumbs. Injury Reserve is hardly a conventional trio, much less a conventional rap group, but the strangeness of their grouping serves their…
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Meet the Inductees

Every year, music fans from all over the world, specifically rock and roll lovers, get insanely amped (pun intended) about the new possible nominees for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, a place where musical legends and icons live in forever in music history. For the fifth year in a row, voting was open…
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A Day in Music History- January 24th Jailhouse Rock

When you hear the name Elvis Presley, the image of a rock god dripping with sex appeal immediately comes to mind. Considered today to be one of the most important musicians of all time and one of the most influential people of the 20th century, “the King” gifted the world with hits such as “Jailhouse…
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Hallelujah Money and the Importance of Demon Days

With the release of their first new song in nearly six years, Gorillaz still holds no punches when it comes to pushing their political agenda. With Donald Trump’s recent inauguration, Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett could not have timed this release any better. “Hallelujah Money” featuring English artist Benjamin Clementine and its accompanying music video…
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