I don’t think I have ever professed my love for George Michael on this (or any other) site before. I have loved him since the 80′s and have a deeper appreciation of him as an adult.
There’s no denying the Phil Spector influence on Wizzard’s “Rock’n'Roll Winter (Looney’s Tune)”; the song is catchy like the flu, the sound is absolutely huge, and the lyrics are pure nostalgia for the innocence of youth. Amazing.
Yesterday the YouTube gods were smiling on me. I stumbled across the U-Tern remix of “Bang Bang Bang” by Mark Ronson featuring Amanda Warner and Q Tip. As good as the remix is, I still prefer the original with its wild soundscapes and shifting tempo.
Living Social demanded the beloved Fatback experience of an unhinged funk-drenched house party scaled up to a 5000-person level.
Tom Goss wrote the feel good power-pop hometown anthem of the summer: “Bears” What’s not to love about this song and the accompanying topless pool party video?
The Spandettes are a 10-piece disco outfit fronted by a trio of female vocalists. Their debut single, “Sweet & Saccharine,” is a breezy slice of soulful disco-pop, reworked by Whiskey Barons.
Drake’s latest single, “Hold On, We’re Going Home” is a perfect pop gem and has been a staple in my sets for weeks.
The year has barely started and already DC’s Misun have been making quite a lot of noise on the internet with their new single, “Harlot.”
Such a spectacular day at St. Francis Hall in NE DC for Lindsay and Aaron and their nearest and dearest to celebrate! The ceremony occurred earlier in the day so guests were ready to party, basically as they walked in the door. The bride and groom orchestrated thoughtful and hilarious introductions — their parents entered the space […]
After a stint as backing vocalist for Culture Club and Shalamar, Jermaine Stewart secured a deal with Arista Records by recording demos in the former’s studio. Stewart would go on to have multiple Top 100 singles and would be forever remembered with his 1986 single, “We Don’t Have to Take Our Clothes Off.”