A look at the virtual bands entire discography from worst to best Gorillaz is a virtual band created by brit pop hero and Blur frontman Damon Albarn and visual artist Jamie Hewlett in 1998. Albarn is arguably one of the most talented and busy artists of the current music scene having two side projects one … Continue reading Gorillaz – Worst to Best
OutKast's best tracks go head to head in the bracket Here we are, the last March Madness of 2019. I was kind of hoping to do more, but, you can't always get what you want. Out of all the ones I was planning to do, I decided to go out with a bang. OutKast are … Continue reading MARCH MADNESS: OutKast
Aggressive expansion Our dad x Hello, Mvemnt Magazine has now expanded to two writers. Yes, two. Who is this mystery man? It's my best bud Jack, he will be taking care of 'Music, Muted'. This will mainly involve all the hip hop content your little heart can handle, Jack likes the hip hops he does. … Continue reading One Becomes Two
Ranking FOALS discography in light of their most recent album. After releasing their newest album, I take a look back on the Foals discography as a whole to consider what I think is their worst and their best albums and try to order them in that way. To clarify, when I say worst I don't … Continue reading RANKING FOALS – Worst to Best
Ranking Kendrick Lamar's discography in the March Madness bracket In this weeks March Madness, I take a look at Kung-Fu Kenny's song catalogue to pick out the best one. This is in pretty much the same format as last weeks March Madness for Radiohead. The top pick doesn't necessarily mean its my favourite song, it … Continue reading MARCH MADNESS: Kendrick Lamar
A brief inquiry into my all time top favourites. RADIOHEAD No. 1: IN / RAINBOWS : Not much else that I can say about this that I didn't say on my Ranking Radiohead post. It's a true masterpiece, blending elements of electronic music with experimental rock seamlessly. "Nude" is one of the most, if not, … Continue reading My Top 10 Albums of All Time
Is it possible to enjoy music from problematic artists? In light of the recent "Leaving Neverland" documentary I thought I'd consider the question of whether you can or should separate the music from the artist? Whether or not the accusations made against Jackson are true, this is more of a hypothetical analysis, what if these … Continue reading Can you separate the art from the artist?
What is the best Radiohead song ever? In this segment I pit every Radiohead song against each other to decide what comes out on top. Many March Madness brackets can be found on Reddit. You may need to zoom in: