All good things must come to an end— even badass virtual music festivals.
Virtual Roo-ality continued with a full lineup of music and other entertainment almost more eclectic and random than the day before. Day 2 could be known as the day of exponential positivity, complete and total randomness and the night of the jam band.
When first presented with the “Virtual Roo-ality” lineup, I didn’t think much of it. However, after attending the first night, I’m genuinely impressed.
It’s during these times we cling to light however we can get it. We will certainly see ugliness and chaos, but we will also see the most beautiful sides of people and the most beautiful art to come out of it.That is what William Rose & Flying Islands are giving us with their new track “Farewell”.
Representation matters and the Latino community received it on the world’s biggest stage tonight with celebration and open arms. My intention isn’t to turn this into a political statement but to briefly discuss why this is a big deal.
In all my years watching the Grammys, I’ve never seen one as emotional as this years’.
His name is D Smoke and if you don’t know him yet, you will soon. He's the recent winner of Rhythm + Flow and the newest face to the conscious rap scene.
Norman F*cking Rockwell is Lana Del Rey’s most complete and consistently fantastic work to date.
Every once in awhile I like to do a download of artists or songs that are currently sneaking into my playlists and therefore taking over my life in all the best ways. My hope is they do the same for you! This round-up includes a little something for everyone from R&B to Metal/Pop Rock to some indie options. So strap up. Here. We. Go.
They called him the king of grunge. Growing up you couldn't escape how people idolized him. And even now, 25 years after his death, you still can't. There was no one like Kurt Cobain.