60’s music, especially 60’s rock is pretty diverse in its own way. While everyone remembers Sgt Pepper, there are other works of art from this very rich decade that might catch your interest. Here they are!
During a vacay week like this, a little relaxation (and nostalgia, maybe) is needed. Unwind with these oldies-but-goodies playlist we’ve recently curated!
Known for his works with The Velvet Underground and Nico and his endless experimental endeavours in rock music, Reed’s 1972 album “Transformer” was a game-changing release that gave birth to glam rock.
It’s been three years since David Bowie released Blackstar, his last and his 27th studio album. Released just two days before his death, Blackstar is the cumulation of David Bowie’s whole career and all of the personas he had.
With the release of Bohemian Rhapsody a few weeks ago, people were quick to make their purchase on the soundtrack album, which consists of remastered Queen songs accompanied by covers from top artists such as Troye Sivan and Shawn Mendes. These Queen songs are mostly hit singles during the day, including some underrated songs most people don’t know were a hit back in the day. Today, editor Claudia Siregar will give you a piece of her mind on the most underrated Queen songs of all time.