Now that season three of Glee is officially over, it's time to do some reflecting. Check out Live Music Guide's top 10 songs from Glee's third season!
Now that Andy Samberg has officially decided to leave "SNL," it's time to reflect on his time with the show. Since the conversation begins and ends with his digital shorts, here are his best.
2012 could be set to become the year of the collaboration. Read to find out if your favorite artists are set to make a big duet this year.
Are you more of an mp3 type of person? Have you wondered why you’re hanging on to those old music discs that seem to be taking up so much space? If you are one of these people, there is a popular trend could actually pay off for you, and it’s selling your old CDs for instant cash.
For this edition of Sean's YouTube review, YouTube stars Boyce Avenue and Tyler Ward make the debut Live Music Guide appearance with their cover of Coldplay's "Fix You."
The second addition to Sean's YouTube review series.
Senior Editor, Sean McEntee, is releasing the first preview of his new project where he finds and reviews cover artists on YouTube. It's not fancy, but it's new.
Digital technology and the innovation of 'all-in-one' devices trivialize and devalue music. Is it inevitable for music to become just another novelty?
Adele, James Blake, Odd Future, Foo Fighters, Yellowcard, TV on the Radio, Fleet Foxes, Lady Gaga, Arctic Monkeys, Thursday, etc.
You might have heard the word floating around the blogosphere in the past few years. But the majority of modern audiophiles (especially in the Western Hemisphere) haven't been exposed to the electronic phenomenon tirelessly brewing across Europe. Dubstep is threatening eardrums everywhere, and its remixes and jams are taking over the rave scene, taking over the web on platforms like Reddit, and slowly creeping in to the American mainstream (see Britney's "Hold it Against Me").
When people think of the James Bond films, the first things that come to mind are usually the odd and crazy supervillains the daring MI6 agent must face and the gorgeous women he so easily attracts. Yet one of the most enduring elements of a 007 cinematic adventure is the theme song that goes along with it. The songs have become such an important part of the franchise that the idea of making a movie without one is as preposterous as Bond not getting the girl.
Lady Gaga clearly understands the power of stammer in song, but she hasn’t been the only one to use it. Musicians were churning out memorable stuttering songs long before her success with “P-P-Poker Face” in 2008. From George Thorogood and the Destroyers' "Bad to the Bone" to GnR's "Welcome to the Jungle", stammering in songs have reminded us that the style with which an artist sings lyrics can make as much of an impact as the lyrics themselves.
The questions we have been asking ourselves ever since Madison Avenue met Music City: should we judge artists who exercize their right to capitalize on their hard work in any way they see fit?; or have they just sold out for the all mighty dollar?
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