DJ Earworm is back at it again. Looking at Billboard charts as something of a canvas, Earworm borrows from the year’s biggest hits, splicing and dicing them into one seamless “pop pastiche”. Our year can be understood not through photos or stories, but song. More specifically, through what really made people move.
Believe it or not, there is a ton of intelligent life within the porn industry. Case in point: Grant Meyers, who makes a living by crafting the perfect sounds to complement adult…
The bass is one of the most essential–if not overlooked–aspects of the modern rock song. Watch as one bassist takes us back on a nostalgia tour of the best bass lines to ever meet an amp.
And if you’re looking for the history of rock n roll on a single guitar, we’ve got you covered.
Danish-born visual artist Lasse Hoile may not be a household name, but he’s carved himself quite the niche in the progressive rock/metal scene as a virtual set and album designer. His ability to disturb, enlighten, and entertain us is an accomplishment that many in his line of work can only strive for. This talented multimedia artist produces a type of ‘modernized vintage’ imagery whose ominous beauty has been likened to Francis Bacon, H.R. Geiger, and David Lynch. Though he often focuses on complementing music artists with his work, his talent is standalone.
Forty-five years ago this weekend, the mother of all rock festivals took place. Billed as “An Aquarian Exposition: 3 Days of Peace & Music”, over 400 thousand revelers flocked to Bethel, New York to take part in what would become the zenith of 1960s counterculture. Today, we take a look back at the highlight of the summer of love with these forty-five beautiful Woodstock photos:
And if you love all things Woodstock, we recommend you check out these videos from the festival: