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Kygo’s new EP ‘Stargazing’ is here!

What was first announced as a single turned out to be a 5-track EP. Thanks for the wonderful surprise, Kygo!   I will still be here, Stargazing   Tropical house DJ Kygo (aka my favorite), first hinted at the new EP on Instagram on his birthday. He writes “New music coming very soon.” Ten days […]

Trip Out to the Best Psychedelic Albums of the 60s

Psychedelic albums are more than just for psychedelic trips. They can help mundane events in your life seem more interesting whether it be a slow work day, running errands, or even driving in traffic. Come trip out to our favorite psychedelic albums from the 60s!   “The Doors” – The Doors   No one will, could, and […]

D&D Custom Guitars to Release Sandwich Signature Axes

What’s better than playing along with your favorite band’s tunes? Playing it with their signature instrument.   From Matthew Bellamy of Muse, to Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers to Dave Grohl‘s iconic blue Gibson guitar, an instrument with your own name on it means you’ve made it somehow as a musician.   And it’s […]

Route 91 Shooting in Las Vegas Leaves Over 500 Casualties

Last Sunday, October 1, Las Vegas saw the worst mass shooting in America since 1991. 66-year old terrorist (let’s call him for what he is) Stephen Paddock open fired from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel towards attendees of the country music Route 91 Harvest Festival. Specifics of the Attack   About 22,000 […]

Tom Petty of the Heartbreakers Dies of Cardiac Arrest at 66

Just when we thought 2017 would stop taking away our favorite musicians, we failed to realize that life is spontaneous. Rock and roll star Tom Petty, known for his work with his band the Heartbreakers, suffered a cardiac arrest and died earlier today.   Remembering Tom Petty   A Florida native, Petty endured a rough […]

Walking on Sunshine Blue with Extrapolation

Extrapolation brought us along for a musical journey through their own form of eclectic jazz last Thursday as they launched their newest single, “Sunshine Blue.” Friends, family, and fans packed the inside of Dulo MNL tightly, awaiting the return.   A Poblacion Buzz   Manila’s morning light displays the streets of Poblacion like nothing more […]

Lessons from Lizzy Goodman’s ‘Meet Me in the Bathroom’

Journalist Lizzy Goodman immortalized the grubby 2000s New York music scene in her book “Meet Me in the Bathroom.” She chronicles the rise of some of our favorite bands like The Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, LCD Soundsystem, Vampire Weekend, and MGMT in their own words. The book took six years and over 200 interviews to […]

48 Years Later: Abbey Road’s Legacy

Come together—Abbey Road celebrates its 48th birthday this month! The second to the last Beatles album harbored what many critics consider some of their best songs, leaving behind a legacy that we’ll be passing on to our own grandkids.     Recording Troubles   The sudden death of their manager Brian Epstein carried over their […]

6 Must-Watch Music Documentaries on Netflix

Musicians come and go, but legends live forever. Visual aid immortalized some of the most talented artists to ever grace this planet and we listed down some of our personal favorites even if they were published before 2017.   What Happened, Miss Simone? (2015)     The late Nina Simone, dubbed as the “High Priestess […]

Chuck Taylors: A Musician’s Go-To Footwear

From basketball shoes to a fashion statement, the Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars never seem to go out of style. No one is immune to the comfortability and durability of the sneakers—not even our favorite musicians. Let’s take a quick look on the evergreen relationship between musicians and their beloved Chuck Taylors.   The Clash […]