1 – Can’t Feel My Face – The Weeknd – B+
2 – Cheerleader – OMI – B+
3 – Watch Me – Silento – B
4 – The Hills – The Weeknd – B+
5 – Lean On – Major Lazer – C
6 – Good For You – Selena Gomez – C+
7 – 679 – Fetty Wap – C
8 – Locked Away – R. City – B-
9 -Trap Queen – Fetty Wap -B-
10 – Fight Song – Rachel Platten – C-
Comment: R. City? Fair to middling brother songwriters, who’ve cooked up mid-album stuff for the likes of Miley, and top 10 hits for Sean Kingston and the Pussycat Dolls? I am not crazy about the “Do That To Me One More Time” rip, so just tip your hat to Dr. Luke signing up Adam Levine and walk on by. Meanwhile, if you can get past Rachel Platten this is one of the best charts this year, all praise be to The Weeknd.
Jazz Sensation Angie Wells Guest Stars @Chelsea Table & Stage in NYC on July 15th, 2023
Singer/songwriter and jazz couture Angie Wells will be performing with her band in New Your City at the trendy new venue Chelsea Table and Stage on Saturday July 15th, 2023 at 9:30 PM. She will be captivating the stage with her original songs from her newest album “Truth Be Told” as well as iconic covers…
The Early Bird: Five New Single Releases 6-9-23 – 6-15-23 Reviewed
If Suga quit would anybody care?
The Early Bird: Five New Album Releases 6-9-23 – 6-15-23 Reviewed
even a break up is a reason to play
Wendy Stuart To Host The “Fruits on Film Awards” Monday, June 12th 2023 at RockBar In NYC
to celebrate the LGBTQ community
The Curse Of Gov Ball
the curse was so eager to ruin another weekend that it caused a worldwide epidemic
Coming Soon: Frank Sinatra’s Final Masterpiece, “She Shot Me Down” Admired In Detail
808s And Heartaches But different
PUSSY RIOT’S CREATOR NADYA TOLOKONNIKOVA PRESENTS PUTIN’S ASHES AND NEW POLITICAL FINE ART SERIES AT CONTAINER GALLERY IN SANTA FE.
This Art is a Hammer That Shapes Reality
James Brown’s “Think”! Reviewed
a hit before it was released.
Why Write For rocknyc.live
It allows you to be part of the vibrant music community
TKA’s Aby Escoto Still The Sound Of Puerto Rican Dance Forty Years Later
the soulfulness of bacata and the moves of, well, of TKA