Most people only know Blur from the catchy commercial success of “Song 2,” otherwise known as “That song that goes ‘Whoo-hoo!’ a lot and my British isn’t good enough to understand the rest.” Some may also remember the 90’s promiscuity anthem “Girls and Boys” or the silly Britpop media swordfight versus Oasis.
Here’s an introduction to the rest of the band’s music. […]
Artists don’t have to grow up with me. They have no obligation to do anything other than whatever the fuck they want. In fact, I prefer they do precisely that. But as a fan, it’s difficult for me to keep following a band if they’re not growing up with me. Sure, I can put on an old punk record for nostalgic value and be able to fully rock out to it, but I can’t relate to it anymore. I’m not that angry teenager anymore. I can still put on NIN’s “Broken” and rock the fuck out when the mood strikes, but as a 35 year old who is in a decent place in his life, songs like “Wish” doesn’t speak to me the way it did 20 years ago. […]
Fans of the show know that I’m a bit obsessed with the show Steven Universe. In the off-season I find myself coming up with strange headcanon to make my world view more interesting.
In addition to Garnet’s voice, lent by the talented singer-songwriter Estelle, the show occasionally features other celebrity voice cameos.
What if these singers are Gems from the Homeworld, in disguise? And if that’s the case, wouldn’t there potentially be many more? […]
Monday morning brought the release of Ryan Adams’ cover album of Taylor Swift’s “1989”. As a fan of Ryan Adams, and a closet fan of “Shake It Off”, I had been looking forward to this for a while. As I did my routine morning scroll through Facebook, I noticed a few people (mostly Millennials but not all) were wondering who the hell Ryan Adams was.
I know this isn’t nearly as bad as the people who had never heard of Beck after he won a Grammy and the ones who were wondering who that Paul McCartney guy was that Kanye was collaborating with. But, still … […]
The broads are starting a new all-female death metal band called Sinister Oyster who will be opening for Gwar. Meri and Jennie talk about the NIN/Soundgarden show.Deb becomes the Mouthy Broadcast event planner. […]
“You want it all and you can’t have it. It’s in your face but you can’t grab it.” Remember that song? Remember the band who did it? That’s right. Faith No More. “Smiling with the mouth of the ocean. Then I’ll wave to you with the arms of the mountains.” Remember that song? No? That’s also by Faith No More… […]
I’m sure by now you’ve heard the infamous song, “What the Hell”by Superfan and musician Howard Moody. Have you heard the EVEN BETTER remix?
He wants to make video to accompany the song. Wanna be a part of it? OF COURSE YOU DO. […]
Deb and Jennie get together to muse about a little of everything in the bougiest episode ever: Why you shouldn’t date your neighbors, the meaning of words, dressing too nice for the “tobacco products” shop, Hannibal, and music trends. Deb tries to annoy Jennie by referring to the Beatles as the “Justin Biebers of their time.”
This was actually the second episode that we recorded last weekend so there are some teasers to next week’s awkward and disgusting shenanigans… […]