Ah, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. A hallowed American institution and a can’t-miss event for Garfield fans. As the New York City-based parade progresses through the streets, so too does it run across almost every television screen in the nation. While the floats and balloons ranging from the Pillsbury Doughboy, Kermit The Frog, and Snoopy have remained iconic for years upon years, we are still fixated on the unbelievable alternative celebrity guest cameos through the mid-2000s and early 2010s. After all, what’s a better precursor to bizarre, unsolicited political dinner conversation than a live performance from Plain White T’s? These… Read more »
The MTV Video Music Awards isn’t just a superficial awards show. It’s an institution that has crafted some of pop culture’s most iconic moments. Frankly, no other awards show has created massive ripples in the cultural zeitgeist such as Miley Cryus’ famous twerking moment and Beyoncé’s baby bump reveal alongside bands such as Alien Ant Farm playing their cover of “Smooth Criminal” or Rage Against The Machine and Limp Bizkit feuding onstage in 2000. However, many viewers equate the MTV VMAs to purely celebrating the efforts of most American Top 40 artists. This could not be further from the truth.… Read more »
— Today we talk about the next band we want Paramore to collab with, Rebecca Black’s new single, and Lana Del Rey’s announcement. — Our Dream Collab While some are dreaming of sugar plum fairies, we are dreaming of a collab between Paramore and The 1975. Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams talked to KROQ recently about Matt Healy saying, “He was really encouraging. He saw me talk about one of their songs and he wrote this very long thing about ‘This Is Why’ and about how he’s come to every Manchester show that we’ve ever played and he just loves the… Read more »
What better way to kick off a weekend than with new music? Featuring new tracks from The Maine, Smallpools, Yungblud, and more.
A nice mix of Heaven Can Wait with It’s a Wonderful Life tied together with Jazz.
Last night, Demand Justice hosted a moving livestream performance to pay tribute to the late great Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and to urge Senators to honor her dying wish, “that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”