Twenty-Five Truly Exceptional Religious Songs That Even Non-Believers Will Love
Regardless of what your religious denomination may be or regardless of whether you even have any religious beliefs at all, the music entertainment industry has produced religious songs that everyone can like. Lay back and allow me to take you on a journey into this world of spiritual music.
10 Best BlackPink Songs, The Most Popular Ever
BlackPink is a KPOP Girl Band from North Korea, which was formed by the YG Entertainment company. Members of Blackpink itself have 4 girl members, They are: Jisso (Kim Ji-Soo), Jennie (Jennie Kim), Rose (Roseanne Park), and Lisa (Lalisa Manoban/Pranpriya Manoban).
Synth Single Review: "Escape From Synth Wave" by Jokerhed
Read on to learn about how "Escape From Synth Wave" crackles with tension and shadowy energy.
"When You're Gone" Is Almost Too Heartbreaking to Listen To, and That's a Good Thing.
Sometimes art is almost too painful to listen to, and that's a good thing.
Synthpop Single Review: "World Falls Away" by Eric C. and Andrea Powell
Read on to learn why "World Falls Away" is an expression of the hopelessness with which many of us struggle of late.
Cyberpunk Album Review: "Alternate Realms" by Chris Keya
Read on to learn why I feel that "Alternate Realms" is drenched in shadow, full of monumental power and radiates a palpable sense of danger.
Synth Album Review: "Ready To Fight Evil" by Exorcisor
Read on to learn about why I feel that "Ready To Fight Evil" is a heavily shadowed, thundering assault on the senses that brims over with danger, darkness and demonic energy.
Synth Album Review: "The Curse of the Daydreamer" by Victor Roy
Read on to learn about why I feel that "The Curse of the Daydreamer” is an intricately woven synth tapestry that unfolds stories of high adventure in ancient lands.
Techno Album Review: "Lost Frequencies" by John Faust
Read on to learn about why "Lost Frequencies" is a deep, powerful musical journey through lushly crafted techno landscapes.
Synth Album Review: "Hey Sexy Remixes" by Oceanside85 & Guests
Read on to learn why I feel that "Hey Sexy Remixes" takes the sensual, erotic vibe of the original album and adds unique interpretations of the music.
Synth EP Review: "Staring At The Moon" by Last Survivor
Read on to learn how "Staring At The Moon" explores the many moods and sounds that synths can create along with first-rate vocal performances and strong lyrics.
Album Review: "Virus" by Swedish Melodic Death Metal Band Hypocrisy
Virus is the 2005 studio album by Swedish melodic death metal band Hypocrisy. This may be their best album since 1994's The Fourth Dimension.
The Beatle Experience in 1961
Imagine yourself going back to 1961. Things were so different and pop music was changing. You and your friends are young adults are out for a weekend night of partying. You stop outside one of the many German clubs because of the music. Something that was new to you....
Synth Album Review: "The Void Drifter" by GalacticTapes
Read on to find out why I feel that "Void Drifters" paints vivid images of cosmic power and galactic vistas through a varied, interlacing synth palette.
Revisiting the Album "Nemesis Divina" by Satyricon
Nemesis Divina is the 1996 studio album by Norwegian black metal band Satyricon. It may be the best early studio album from this band.
Synth Single Review: "Your Last Kiss" by Vvmpyre & Maverick
Read on to to learn about Vvmpyre and Maverick’s "Your Last Kiss " which is a song of vampiric desire and hunger.
Synth Single Review: "Faith (Lost In Space)" by Kal-Elle Jagger & Syst3m Glitch
Read on to learn why "Faith (Lost In Space)" is about feeling unmoored and leaning back on faith to get through.
Rock Single Review: "Undercurrents" by ELYXIR and Neilio
Read on to learn why "Undercurrents" is a song about looking back in joy and sorrow on a relationship that never could have been.
Synth Single Review: "The Divide" by SynthPrincipal
Read on to learn about how "The Divide" combines surging percussive power and shining synths to create a layered and dynamic piece of music.
Twenty Truly Awful Oldies With Embarrassing Lyrics
Baby boomers, Gen Xers, and even millennials are constantly bashing the songs that radio stations play for Gen Zers. They insist that music sounded better back in the day. However, the 20th century also brought us some really oddball songs that everyone just assumes forget. Let's hear them.
Bon Jovi 2022 Tour: Concert Review in St. Paul, Minnesota
Bon Jovi is one of the most well-known rock bands in the world. They have been performing live in concert since 1986. On April 3rd, they played at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota, which was the second stop of their long-awaited 2022 Tour.
Album Review: "Greater Art" by Swedish Doom and Death Metal Band Lake of Tears
Greater Art is the 1994 debut album by Swedish doom and death metal band Lake of Tears.
Synth Single Review: "Above In Our Love" by eLxAr & Liquid Modern
Read on to learn about how "Above In Our Love" is about an enduring relationship featuring gleaming synths and strong vocals.
Synth Single Review: "Close To You" by Elevate The Sky & Starmadman
Read on to learn why i think that "Close To You" is about the hard work and struggle that it can take to make a relationship succeed.
A Review of the Album "Blood to Water" by German Death and Thrash Metal Band Toxic Trap
Blood to Water is the 2019 studio album by the one man death and thrash metal band Toxic Trap.
Review and Analysis of the Album "Unlocked" by Meisa Kuroki
Unlocked is the second solo album released by actress, fashion model. and singer Meisa Kuroki. The album was released on February 15, 2012. It is an album that both hits and misses the mark musically. Read on to find out why.
Synth Album Review: "Mind Pictures" by Maxx Silver
Read on to learn about why I feel that "Mind Pictures" is a shadowed, nuanced synthpop album with a well-crafted musical environment, emotive vocals and interesting lyrics.
A Review of the Album "The Great Acceleration" by Danish Death and Thrash Metal Band Terminalist
The Great Acceleration is the 2021 debut album by Danish Death and thrash metal band Terminalist, a good young band to come out of Denmark.