There was a sense of community in the Paramount last night. Considering the venue is located in Huntington, Long Island, it wasn’t a stretch to hear both Queens rappers, Meyhem Lauren and Action Bronson, say that, “We’re neighbors” or “Technically, I’m from Long Island,” because technically speaking, they are.
It’s amazing what this R&B group is able to create with their impeccable singing voices and with a label’s backing, I’m even more excited for the band’s future endeavors.
With every great song that Echosmith continues to release, I am constantly haunted by the regret of not having gone to watch the band perform despite having two opportunities to do so.
I do but I don’t feel bad for the ambient noise that my classmates can hear coming out of my headphones because it’s PVRIS that’s playing and they deserve to be heard by everyone.
It was strange but in the best way possible. But as far as OK Go are concerned, is anything they do ever ordinary? Of course not. This is a band that personifies innovation and creativity.
You know that feeling when you see someone for the first time in ages? Well, I felt that last night but it was a little different. The person I recognized was on a TV show but I hadn’t actually ever … Read More