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Singles Market: Warpaint’s ‘New Song’
I love when I hear a song and it’s as if someone’s hands are reaching out, grabbing me by the collar, and saying, “here’s something you’ve kind of heard before and really like, but I’m doing it my way and it’s rad…”
AI Writes a Beatles-Style Song: Cue the End of the Human...
"...it is naive on the part of humans to think such future AI could be controlled."
A Glass of Wine with Lead Singer of The Shelters, Josh...
"It’s pretty clear that the biggest rock bands don’t do as well as the biggest country, pop or hip hop groups. There’s definitely a struggle to maintain a good spirit about the state of rock and roll when you see people who you feel are doing less, maybe lugging less equipment or bring a laptop on stage to run tracks, and they’re the ones making all the big money."
Singles Market: Bishop Briggs’ ‘River’
It’s got a great hook, and Bishop’s vocals are effective, straight, and free from the ‘American Idol’ syndrome, which we all know and hate so much.
Singles Market: Cage The Elephant’s ‘Trouble’
You show me a band who writes an original chord progression for a radio hit, and I’ll post a video on Youtube of me taking a shit on top of a record executive’s Prius.
Singles Market: Kaleo’s Hit Single ‘Way Down We Go’
It’s that oh-so-successful white-man-doing-his-best-to-sound-like-a-struggling-slave-in-the-cotton-fields sound that seems to be keeping the lights on in the rock department of the major labels.