Charles Quinn13 hours ago
Review: Netflix's 'The Dirt'
Based on the book of the same title, The Dirt dives into the lives, both professionally and personally, of the infamous rock band, Motley Crue. This Netflix film directed by Jeff Tremaine, shows what ...
Annie Kapur13 hours ago
Bob Dylan and Three Modes of Autobiography
Bob Dylan has been known to intelligently use autobiography in his songs, but there are several songs in which Bobcats and Dylanologists have no idea whether Dylan actually put himself into them, or i...
Chuck Weiselberg13 hours ago
The Korg Volca Sample
Truly a gift from the gods... First off, there’s no beating the purchase price. It’s mega cheap. Especially for what it does. Each of the 16 buttons along the bottom of the unit can be programmed to a...
Annie Kapur14 hours ago
My Top Ten Favourite Songs by Bob Dylan (Pt. 9)
Bob Dylan is many things to many people. I have already explained to you what he means to me and who he is to me in the previous section in this series. I love how many people are loving and appreciat...
Chuck Weiselberg14 hours ago
How is 'Dookie' Still Relevant 25 Years In?
I want you to think about The Simpsons for a moment. We all have a perception or hope that we are all Bart's because he's the cool one. As we grow older we slowly come to realize that we were never Ba...
Annie Kapur15 hours ago
My Top Ten Favourite Songs by Bob Dylan (Pt. 8)
Unfortunately for you, I'm no Dylanologist. I'm a Bobcat. The Bobcat is a curious creature—they appreciate Bob Dylan's music but they're not as smart as the Dylanologists who theorise and create books...
Emily Adams6 days ago
10 Songs by Inspiring Women
While there has recently been a palpable shift in how the world views feminism, it isn't a new concept. Women's Marches were entirely different animals 100 years ago, there was often an element of dan...
Sarah Loyd18 days ago
The Top Ten Best One-Hit Wonders from the 1980s
The 80s probably had the most one-hit wonders in music history. It also had the most iconic novelty acts and singles. In honor of the big and crazy 80s, I made a top 10 list of the decade's best one-h...
Nathan Sartain24 days ago
Sik-K – 'FL1P' Album Review
Right now, it’s hard to find a rapper more interesting than Sik-K. Evolving his style magnificently over the course of his career, the South-Korean has gone from strength to strength with each passing...
Shandi Pacea month ago
How The Beatles Helped Heal America's Broken Heart
Almost everyone that was alive at the time can recall when, where, and what they were doing when President John F. Kennedy was shot riding in his motorcade through the streets of Dallas, Texas. Only t...
Amanda Gabriellea month ago
Showing Love to a New Artist, Kathana
There has been a wave of new artists lately, but one in particular who has been making quite an impression on music lovers is Kathana. The duo of Katie who is the singer/songwriter and Chris who is th...
Joshua Coase2 months ago
Under the Radar: 5 Tracks Released in January That You Need to Hear
It's been a good start to the year for new music and some great new talent is emerging. Here are my top five picks for tracks that you need to hear from artists that you may not know.
Music and Business
The ins and outs behind one of the largest industries out there. Get ready to press "play".
Bust a Rhyme
Exploring the men, women, and motivations behind your favorite hip-hop music.
Playlists
If playlists are the ultimate currency of coolness, we're your virtual treasury.
Cassie Lights3 days ago
Growing Up with the Band
Every generation has their boybands that all the preteens fall in love with. We’ve heard of NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys, and even the Beatles. The Beatles came from Great Britain and paved the way f...
Kay Kindschy5 days ago
The Sound of Waterparks
If you’ve read my stories before, you probably know I have mentioned Waterparks in a previous story of mine. If you didn’t know that, make sure to go back and read my other stories, specifically the s...
Zachary Barnett18 days ago
Guide to TXT (New BTS Junior Group)
TXT, the newest group from Big Hit Entertainment, recently debuted on March 4, 2019 with their first mini album, The Dream Chapter: STAR. The five-member boy group is now breaking records for rookie K...
Annie Kapur3 days ago
10 Essential Bob Dylan Albums
Bobcats are fascinating people if you get to know us. We love Bob Dylan for unique style and we look up to various Dylanologists who have made themselves known for analysing Bob Dylan and giving us gr...
Annie Kapur6 days ago
20 Autobiographies by Musicians
Musicians are some of the most important entertainers of the modern world. How else would we relate to someone who has expressed a story that has even a tiny amount of resemblance to our own? These la...
Annie Kapur16 days ago
Ranked: Bob Dylan's Bootleg Series
Bob Dylan's Bootleg series is probably bigger than some bands entire career's worth of recordings. We aren't finished yet since we have only made it halfway through his career - we still have so many ...
Will Jackson4 days ago
Top 20 Expensive Things Owned by the Spice Girls
Today, we take a look the Spice Girls multi-million dollar empire of cars, houses, jewelry and more, these are 25 expensive things owned by the Spice Girls!
Shemonti Shams5 days ago
Art V Artist
The debate about art versus artist has run rampant, since the release of the documentaries Surviving R. Kelly and Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me. Both of these documentaries have us all que...
Carol Townend15 days ago
Why I Love My Favourite Singer, Olly Murs
I have the pictures of Olly Murs I bought, in frames on a door in my lounge. I have the cup,T-shirt, the CDs and even playlists of his work on Spotify. I cannot get through my week without a song or s...
Winners Only5 days ago
All Genres Allowed - Adina Howard's 'Unsung' on TV One
Most of you know Adina Howard for her provocative 1990s hits "Freak Like Me" and "T-Shirt & Panties." I, however, have gotten the rare opportunity to work with Adina as a filmmaker over the past five ...
Mauri Cadena17 days ago
Will Musical Biopics Become the New Superhero Movies?
In late 2018, the Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody hit theaters. The snowballing excitement made it clear that the film would do well, but the exact impact the film would have was harder to anticipate. ...
Iggy Paulsena month ago
The 10 Best Udemy Courses for New DJs
For many of us in love with the electronic music scene, nothing is quite as magical as being able to plug in some USB drives to a pair of CDJs and spin to our heart's content. It's a feeling of satisf...
Annie Kapur13 hours ago
Bob Dylan and Three Modes of Autobiography
Bob Dylan has been known to intelligently use autobiography in his songs, but there are several songs in which Bobcats and Dylanologists have no idea whether Dylan actually put himself into them, or i...
Catherine Agati4 days ago
A Song Turned to Protest
“Music is moonlight in the gloomy night of life,” words written by the romantic writer Jean Paul Richter, and they are ever so true. There have been numerous gloomy historical events within America’s ...
Sean Callaghan6 days ago
In Memory of Hal Blaine
"Another Saturday Night" by Sam Cooke., "Mr. Tambourine Man" by the Byrds, "Good Vibrations" by the Beach Boys, "The Boxer" by Simon & Garfunkel What do these songs have in common? Well they are old s...
Annie Kapur14 hours ago
My Top Ten Favourite Songs by Bob Dylan (Pt. 9)
Bob Dylan is many things to many people. I have already explained to you what he means to me and who he is to me in the previous section in this series. I love how many people are loving and appreciat...
Annie Kapur15 hours ago
My Top Ten Favourite Songs by Bob Dylan (Pt. 8)
Unfortunately for you, I'm no Dylanologist. I'm a Bobcat. The Bobcat is a curious creature—they appreciate Bob Dylan's music but they're not as smart as the Dylanologists who theorise and create books...
Annie Kapur15 hours ago
My Top Ten Favourite Songs by Bob Dylan (Pt. 7)
Bob Dylan is the beacon of hope for the music of the folk revival era. He is the stance of the great lyricist, the poet who writes personally about their own time and life rather than, what came befor...
feral kenyon15 hours ago
3 Ways on How to Score and Secure the Best Concert Tickets
In my last article, 12 Legit Ways to Save Money for a Concert, I gave a whopping total of twelve completely different and unique ways to save money without all of the hassle of having to complete usel...
Chuck Weiselberg18 hours ago
My Favorite Show of '18
I go to a lot of shows. A. Lot. In the past year I saw Radiohead twice, Nine Inch Nails at Radio City, Queens of the Stone Age in Atlanta for the Shaky Knees festival, and Portugal. The Man at Forest ...
Kay Kindschy6 days ago
The Aces' "Waiting for You" Tour Summary
The Aces' first ever headlining US tour came to a close Saturday night in Salt Lake City, Utah and I had the fortunate opportunity of attending Wednesday night’s show in Kansas City, Missouri. The Ace...
mike A.2 months ago
What I Learned When Making My First Song
That’s what my father told me when I first let him know that I had interest in pursuing a music career. Music is and has always been a very big part of my life. Sounds cliche, but there isn’t a much better way to put it. I remember when my parents got divorced and I was around the age of 12, I blasted Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon into my headphones on repeat. I remember I sat next to a paramedic in ambulance D-12 as my mom was driven to the hospital for having a stress-induced seizure,...
Phoenix Martins2 months ago
Hip-Hop Culture
Incapsulating the essence of "Hip-Hop Culture," firstly, this shoot was completely impromptu or was it? When one thinks about hip-hop culture, one thinks about its sheer authenticity, meaning this is ...
Jacob Rydalch3 months ago
Could Your Favorite Song Lower Your Anxiety?
It is quite common knowledge across all genres that music is created, performed, and listened to to invoke emotions in those involved. Listeners can tie emotions to an artist or a certain song because...
Anik Marchand2 months ago
Hendrix
I started liking heavy metal when I was eight-years-old. This was my mother's friends fault. My mother had two good friends, Maria and Kerri-Ann. Maria and Kerri-Ann were the most amazing and coolest ...
WatchMojo 3 months ago
Top 10 Elvis Presley Songs
He’s the King of Rock and Roll. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 Elvis Presley songs. For this list, we’ve chosen our entries based on a combination of t...
Mama Keebean7 months ago
Old Disney Songs Are Better Than the New
I love Disney music. Not only is it the stuff of my childhood, but it's fun to sing and listen to. My greatest beef with the world is that Disney karaoke isn't a wide-spread institution, established i...
Annie Kapur18 hours ago
Nicholas Lurwick and That Wild Southern Blues Sound
Folk Rock and Southern Blues are so closely associated with artists from the 1960s and the 1970s, and even further back than that, such as: Bob Dylan, Credence Clearwater Revival, The Band, Woody Guth...
Kane Brown: King of Country
For those of you who don't know, Kane Brown is a country music singer who recently arrived on the scene as of 2014 when he began posting covers of songs, and he has been soaring ever since. He's going...
John Wiebe3 months ago
John Wiebe
John is an indie musician and public speaker from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on November 9, 1997. The first instrument he came into contact with as a child was a pian...
Chuck Weiselberg15 hours ago
The Korg MS20 Mini
Honestly, amongst my modest seven synths or so, this is my current favorite and has captivated me since it’s purchase. The filters wail, patching is powerful, and the modulation capacity is wobbly. Do...
Eada Hudes2 days ago
4 Healthy Habits When it Comes to Maintaining Your Acoustic Guitar!
Do you own a guitar? Do you plan to own a guitar? Either way, you already know or will soon know that it’s quite an exciting and nice feeling when you bring home one. This musical instrument gives you...
Why You Should Learn Alternate Tunings on the Guitar
We've covered where standard tuning comes from in my previous post (if you haven't had a chance to read it, here it is), and in all honesty, standard tuning is surprisingly important to being able to ...
Maybe Music Is (Partly) to Blame for Our Life
If the law of attraction is real, and we attract the thing with the same frequency we’re vibrating on, could it be that by listening to certain songs—vibrating on that frequency as you put your heart ...
Tom Baker6 months ago
Creep Tunes
Music: it's an indispensable and ubiquitous aspect of the human condition. It is, in these days of instantaneous electronic communication, virtually everywhere, all the time, even when we don't want i...
Zachary Barnett9 months ago
Why Is K-pop Becoming so Popular?
K-pop. I’m sure you’ve heard of it. If you’ve ever wondered how music from such a small country can become so popular worldwide, and even take the #1 spots on America’s and even other countries’ music...
Chuck Weiselberg14 hours ago
How is 'Dookie' Still Relevant 25 Years In?
I want you to think about The Simpsons for a moment. We all have a perception or hope that we are all Bart's because he's the cool one. As we grow older we slowly come to realize that we were never Ba...
Eric Allen3 days ago
Go-Go’s 'Talk Show': Something to Talk About
It’s been 35 years since all-female rock band the Go-Go’s released the group’s third studio effort, Talk Show. Therefore, in celebration of this milestone, I’ve decided to pluck it from obscurity, and...
Nathan Sartain8 days ago
Bang Yongguk - ‘Bangyongguk’ Album Review
When it comes to career trajectories, there are few more complex than Bang Yongguk’s. Starting out as part of the underground rap group Soul Connection, Yongguk debuted under the name “Jepp Blackman,”...
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Tonia Victoria20 days ago
How to Start Making Money in the Music Industry
Making Money As an Independent Artist
Emma Lansdownea month ago
The Patterns of Music
As someone who just started college and has just started to be thrown into the real world of music, I was shook up a little bit when I first got to college but I actually have done better than other f...
Joe Dancsak4 months ago
Indie Music Artists in Film and TV
Since the decline of purchased music started with the advent of the mp3 in the 1990s, and now with the prevalence of cheap streaming services driving down the value of popular music, independent recor...