An Introduction to Progressive Rock

An Introduction to Progressive Rock

Musicians alike seem to have a general infatuation and appreciation for early progressive rock in the late 1960s and 1970s. At the time, these groups pushed boundaries for what it meant to be a band. Rather than the standard approach of crafting a melody with a leading guitar riff, progressive rock transformed how many look

Everywhere at the End of Time – A Series of Music Exploring Dementia, its Advancement and its Totality

Experimental music is generally thought of as an innovative or boundary-pushing genre of music. Given its broad name, it’s challenging to pinpoint any particular piece of music and classify everything around it as an exploratory track or record. There are a lot of qualities that encompass the experimental landscape, some of which are more audacious

The Dark Side of Oz – Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon Mashed Up With The Wizard of Oz One of the greatest anomalies in existence is the paired up video of the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz with Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon. As odd as this sounds, it’s a fascinating trip that’ll surely blow anyone’s mind. It’s not so much of an odd experience every now and then

Foo Fighters – Everlong (Slowed with Reverb)

I’m not sure what is possessing me to post this on here, but my friend sent me this video of Everlong by the Foo Fighters, except it’s slowed down with reverb. In an odd way, I sort of dig the edited track even though it’s done with a humorous overtone.  It’s always fascinating to see