The last few weeks have given us lots of new rap albums, so here’s a slew of albums to play instead of Nicki Minaj. Continue reading “The Queen of What?”
Curated by @mburnsoh this week’s playlist has the theme of Scottish rock bands, enjoy.
Nintendo’s Mario Kart franchise has provided fans with dozens of amazing tracks with equally great musical tunes. Here are the 25 best from the series! Continue reading “Top 25 Mario Kart Track Themes”
Due to unforeseen circumstances, I will be unable to upload an article containing my usual wit and Pop-Cultural expertise. Therefore, I hope to make up for it by plugging an awesome YouTube channel I stumbled upon a few weeks ago. The channel is called Rock Reacts. The premise of the channel is that two guys, neither of which are heavily involved in hip-hop culture, react to some of the biggest hits of hip-hop and R&B. I find their reactions immensely entertaining and their takes on the music to be very interesting. I would recommend watching their videos in chronological order, so as to experience the evolution of their opinions and reactions to the music! Instead of reading whatever I would normally be talking about this week, check out their channel and some of the other great content here on Mid-American Culture! I’ll see you next Wednesday!
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Young Spazzy is a rap act with proven ability to pull off some singing as well.
This week’s playlist is curated by @caedwards99 and is based around music from the soundtracks for the Tony Hawk video game series.
The Moody Blues were a rock band from the 1960’s and 1970’s that had reasonable success. They didn’t have the fame of Led Zeppelin or Pink Floyd, but they still had fame. Arguably their most famous track was none other than “Nights in White Satin” from their record Days of Future Passed. It had a cool vibe, and it was all together a nice little prog rock song that predated bands such as King Crimson and Rush. Continue reading “The Weirdest Amusement Park Ride Ever”