Another listicle-and a Spotify playlist-featuring the best songs by (or featuring) the man they call Hov.
In advance of the Grammys Monday night, the Blerd Radio sat down and picked our winners in the major categories. Listen up!
Hello and welcome to another episode of Blerd Radio! In 2013 and 2014, we took time to talk about the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, its induction process, and that year’s crop of nominees. While there was talk about retiring the Hall of Fame-cast this year, 2015’s crop of nominees resulted in some of our most spirited conversation to date. Of course it helps that the gang’s all here: so join myself ( Big Money ), Dr. Z , Michael Parr and Mike Cunningham The Packet Man for an episode […]
Does this dude make you uncomfortable? You might wanna check yourself-so says the podcast panel in this episode of Blerd Radio.
I wish there was a pattern to this, sometimes. I wish there was an easy explanation for what I like and don’t like. It was so easy in high school. I wore flannels and liked something called “grunge”, until I decided it was more fun to wear all black and like everything that fell under the hindsightedly ridiculous moniker of “industrial”. There was a formula then. It was easy then. Not so much, now. Here are ten albums, my favorites […]
1nce again…Tribe is back (for two shows.)
Thankfully, the latest episode of Blerd Radio is NOT sponsored by Bacardi 151.
New Wave legends Tears for Fears surprised fans with their first new recording in nine years: a cover of Arcade Fire’s “Ready to Start.” It might be crazy to call a band with 16 U.K. Top 40 hits “underrated,” but Tears for Fears – to this writer – have only seemed to earn the respect they truly deserve in recent times. In the last decade, Gary Jules and Michael Andrews had a U.K. chart-topper with a mournful cover of the band’s “ Mad World ,” […]
We are live blogging tonight’s VMAs. Who will return? NSYNC? Danity Kane? Eminem?
30 years of VMA madness , condensed into one hour. Because we’re awesome like that.