With apologies to L.L. Cool J, we all know how “comebacks” work. They usually, um, don’t. You know the drill – a band breaks-up, disappear for awhile, and tour in support of a new album that fails to capture that old magic. Veruca Salt don’t fit that mold, and although they just released their first ..
Weeze is hard at work on an interview w/ @asidesmusic for @huffingtonpost backstage tlaphilly… http://t.co/xRU152GVX6 — Veruca Salt (@verucasalt) July 22, 2014
Some Kind of Wonderful is one of 80s movie-master John Hughes’ underrated films. The movie is fun, romantic, and – more importantly – introduced me to tom-boy beauty cutie Mary Stuart Masterson. On a related note, that film’s title was also a Grand Funk Railroad hit that still resonates, but a new band who shares ..
In a pop world in which teen stars crash and burn, it’s so refreshing to watch and listen to Latin Grammy winner Miguelito. The 15 year old has kept his head on straight no matter the success he’s found at such a young age. While most kids are playing video games or getting messy playing ..
A sold-out crowd at The Capitol Theatre waited quite a bit before pop culture icon Snoop Dogg hit the stage on July 9, but when he finally did roll on at about 9:30 p.m., they were all putty in his paws. The LBC legend commanded the stage from the very first lyric – the fitting ..
There are so many teen stars these days in essentially every genre it seems like a gimmick to mention it in any story about any of them. If I’d write a piece on Lorde, I’d naturally talk about how she’s dominating music and she isn’t even a high school graduate yet. But, why bother? Good ..
Photo and videos by Brian Dalthorp, wearepopstudios.com for A-Sides. It’s unavoidable. Most writers, bloggers, or whatever you want to call us are going to start out a story about Melanie Martinez by mentioning right off the bat that she competed on the third season of NBC’s The Voice. Actually,, any talent who from that singing ..
Ten years ago, Kevin Lyttle had a smash summer hit with the soca ballad “Turn Me On.” I remember that song for oh so many reasons. For starters, it’s not every beat that can get this guy (points to self) moving at bars or clubs. I should never dance. Period. I also remember it well ..
Earlier this month, I attended my 20th year high school reunion and it was a nostalgic blast. It was great to reconnect with so many people, retrace steps on memory lane together, and to catch up on two decades CliffsNotes style. Personally, I was elated to find out that several former classmates had actually purchased ..
We love seeing @asidesmusic rocking so many great Threadless tees! http://t.co/DTu1ISp5r0 — Threadless (@threadless) July 1, 2014