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Thursday, October 30th 2014
by Brian Willett

If you thought that ambient music couldn’t be accessible, then you’re in for a surprise. The Sky Life has perfected the fusion of airy, atmospheric sonic experiences with straight-ahead rock on the its sophomore effort, Roots and Wings. Even the name of the album seems to reflect the band’s ability to unite soaring instrumentals with solid, grounded and catchy rhythms and lyrics.

by Brian Willett

GQ has released its Men of the Year list, giving a nod to five individuals who contributed to society (or at least entertainment) during 2010. In the pictures below, you can see the GQ Men of the Year: Drake, Steven Colbert, James Franco, Jeff Bridges and…Scarlett Johansson. Yes, Scarlett Johansson made the Men of the Year list as the “babe of the year,” which seems a bit confusing.

by Brian Willett

Being Kanye West’s media trainer could be one of the most difficult positions in all of media. Kanye West is at the top of the rap game, knows it, and doesn’t have qualms about letting everyone else know, too. In a word, West can be blunt, which doesn’t always go over well, and is often the reason that West is misunderstood.

by Brian Willett

When you release a song called “F*ck You,” you’re bound to get a lot of attention for your upcoming album. Of course, for a musician of Cee Lo Green’s stature, getting attention shouldn’t really be an issue.

by Charlie Nathanson

In his latest appearance on MTV, Kid Cudi stated that he no longer gets as much of a thrill as he once did from rapping. The passion once there is fading, and been for a while, Kid Cudi said. The (former?) rapper went on to say that he has a “new-found love” in playing guitar and song writing. He explained that he’s been doing both for several months behind the scenes and unveiled the name of his new rock group, Wizards. Kid Cudi said this would be his main project as he takes a hiatus from rapping.

by Brian Willett

Lady Antebellum, who performed the hit “Hello World” at the CMA Awards, have received a lot of praise for the song, which has a hopeful message and displays an appreciation for the little things. While the “Hello World” lyrics are rather straightforward, Lady Antebellum shared the story behind the lyrics, and you can read all about it below.

by Brian Willett

Jared Evan, best known (for know) for the tight single “In Love With You,” which fuses in-your-face guitar and rocking hip-hop, is giving fans a unique look into his upcoming album and an exclusive preview of the new song “Amazing” in the video below.

by Brian Willett

No, you’re not reading that incorrectly. This is another Weezer release, mere weeks after Hurley hit stores. Weezer’s Death To False Metal is a b-side collection, but anyone who is familiar with Weezer’s history (or just remembers tracks like “Waiting on You,” “Devotion” and “Tragic Girl”) knows that what doesn’t make a Weezer album is often as excited as what does. In the case of Death To False Metal, this is true – Weezer shows a wide variety of sounds on this album.

by Daniel Haim

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by Brian Willett

Gregory Isaacs, known for his smooth, distinctive reggae sound, died after a year-long battle with liver cancer. He was 59. Isaacs passed at his home in London surrounded by family.

by Daniel Haim

O’Spada has a poppy, upbeat sound, but this band is a lot different from your average pop act. Unlike most of the manufactured musical acts dominating the airwaves today, O’Spada packs an intense level of passion into each song, and the difference is obvious.

by Brian Willett

Ari Up, who led the innovative British punk band the Slits, died Wednesday at 48. According to John Lydon of the Sex Pistols, Ari Up – real name Arianna Forster – had been battling a serious illness for some time.

by Brian Willett

In a surprising turn of events, there is a pending musical plagiarism lawsuit that doesn’t involve Coldplay. This time, it’s Red Hot Chili Peppers who may be suing Diana Vickers, as her song “My Wicked Heart” is said to bear too much of a resemblance to the RHCP classic “Under the Bridge.” Are the songs too similar? You can check them out in the videos below.

by Brian Willett

The indie music scene lost one of its brightest stars today, as Eyedea, real name Michael Larsen, was found dead by his mother this morning. Eyedea was well known throughout the Twin Cities area and beyond for his work as a Rhymesayer, lyricist and singer. Eyedea video and downloads are below.

by Brian Willett

Although T.I. is set to release King Uncaged, an album titled to reference his freedom from jail, the rapper will likely be back in jail upon its release. T.I. was sentenced to 11 months for a probation violation in September, during which he was arrested on suspicion of possessing ecstasy.

by Brian Willett

When Kanye West talked about sending out e-mails with pictures of his manhood in the song “Runaway” (download here), we thought he was just being poetic. Turns out he was telling the truth. Radar Online claims to have seen the photos, though the website has (thankfully) not yet posted the nude Kanye West pictures.

by Michael Menachem

Our music editor catch up with Bruno Mars to discuss the origin of some of his songs, talk musical inspiration, creative writing, and his passion for the music industry.

by Brian Willett

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by Brian Willett

It seems like every time Kanye West hits the studio he brings along an entire posse. This time, for the track “Lord Lord Lord,” which you can download free here, Kanye hooked up with Mos Def, Raekwon, Swizz Beatz and Charlie Wilson.

by Brian Willett

Kelis has just been featured on the cover of Trace magazine and is featured with never-before-seen illustrations and pictures throughout. The pictures come shortly after the release of Kelis’ latest album, Flesh Tone. You can download Kelis music here and see the Kelis pictures below.

by Brian Willett

For someone who just released an album, Tamar Kaprelian is surprisingly grounded. And perhaps that is also why Tamar’s music has an undeniable sense of honesty and sincerity. The talented singer introduces a flurry of emotion on Sinner Or A Saint, but whatever the mood, it never feels manufactured or forced. In this Bloginity exclusive interview, Tamar discusses her album as well as her inspirations, and divulges some secrets about her personal life.

by Brian Willett

Evidently, Lady Gaga chose the MTV VMA 2010 show to illustrate her new movement in fashion – that clothing should be tasty as well as stylish. The Lady Gaga meat dress married fashion and function in a carnivorous sartorial delight. Although PETA probably didn’t appreciate the Lady Gaga meat dress, Bloginity sure did. And we were so inspired by Lady Gaga’s meat dress that we’ve prepared a special MTV VMA 2010 recipe: Lady Gaga Kebabs.

by Brian Willett

Eminem hasn’t won any awards yet, but MTV has bestowed quite an honor on the rapper – it’s been announced that Eminem will open the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards show. Eminem is nominated for eight awards at the 2010 VMAs, thanks to his tremendous effort, Recovery.