The Top 10 Cartoon Musical Episodes of All Time

Cartoonists are just disgruntled rock stars at heart.


Delicate & Destructive: An Essay on Prince

“…if someone like Prince came up in your local scene, he or she would probably be ostracized for caring about musicianship and guitar work, for playing over the top solos, for creating original content, or for dressing and acting pretentious.”

Apper’s Delight: Social Media & Hip Hop

“Yo Gotti cracked the US Top 40 for the first time in his career with a track titled “Down in the DM”. The song is a tribute to a popular feature on many social media applications known as Direct Messaging (or DMing).”

The Haunting Tones of Little John and The Avalanche

“…it is evident that through acoustic elements, harmonies, groovy bass, and even flute, the duo (Anthony Martel, Connor Carson) can be classified under the genre of ‘cold folk,’ with their mature songs of adulthood and love, and sounds that are similar to Keaton Henson and Bon Iver. “

Ode to Lemmy Kilmister

“Lemmy was the singer and bassist for Motörhead, a band so badass that if they moved in next door to you, your lawn would immediately die. When my son texted with the news, I was devastated and I buried my face in a pillow and cried like a little bitch.”

Punk Is Not A Vehicle for Suburban Nostalgia

“The point is chaos. The point is giving others a voice, regardless of where they came from, regardless of what they grew up with. The point is righteous anger, true righteous anger, which is more than the shit they spewed to me in church.”