In honor of the 50th anniversary of Monterey Pop Fest and the Summer of Love, here are the 50 best psychedelic rock records of 1967, from Jefferson Airplane to Love to the Bee Gees to Pink Floyd to Donovan, and yes, The Beatles.
The Philly music scene is filled with talented musicians will endless energy! If you’ve been to a show here, you might have gotten a taste of what it’s like to a part of the music scene. Here are ten things that you may not have known about the Philly music scene!
Everyone enjoys a good love song, right? But, let’s be real… There are some that are just too sappy! You know which ones they are. The typical “first dance” songs at weddings, or the songs we all listen to when we go through terrible break ups. For some reason, these songs just really seem to hit us right in the feels! Here are the top ten sappiest love songs– so you can add them to your iPod’s “Breakup” or “Love of my life” playlist.
“I was in middle school,” Ahmir Thompson, better known as Questlove, recollected, sitting comfortably in a red armchair. Before he went on with his thought, his eyes shifted and he tilted his head back. He perused his memories, and then, as if on cue, his pet cat leapt beside him, meowing for some spotlight. Osage, named affectionately after the street he grew up on, had a significant impact on his decision for charity.
“That was the last time I had gotten a hair cut,” he completed. “Mr. Dawkins’ shop, right down the street from me on 53rd. I remember ...
Local hip-hop / funk ensemble Cee Knowledge & The Funk Cosmic Orchestra just released a stunning video for the song “Bandits” off of the album To Life, Love, and Loot. This is the latest album from the long-running Cee, who … Continued
We were treated to a number of Valentine’s Day releases this year, but one that got lost in yesterday’s shuffle was Peking Duk‘s “High.” The Australian production duo’s latest track is a bright, high-energy number that strangely reminds us of an electro-pop Dandy Warhols. Part of that is thanks to Nicole Millar, whose vocals are front and center in this one. Give “High” a listen below.
Who better to star in Milosh’s new video than the muse behind his music? Set in black and white, the video goes in for a close-up view of Mrs. Milosh, Alexa Nikolas, after she bids her husband farewell. Once she gets behind the wheel, things get emotional.
In between the gripping moments of Nikolas pulling herself together and breaking down, she mouths the lyrics to the song in sync with the music. It’s all tragically beautiful and resonates in a way that can’t be explained. It evokes the sensation of missing someone so deeply and wanting nothing more than to have ...