Music You Can Use

Love is music. Music is Love, which is why we like to keep you on the up and up on all the stuff you should be discovering.

On our September 21st, 2017 episode, we reviewed a few albums starting with the granddaddy from the Foo Fighters, Concrete and Gold. This album is straight out of the 70’s, taking influences from bands such as Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Prince, and even the Mamas and the Papas. Plus, the guest appearances are quite the array with spots by Sir Paul McCartney, Boyz II Men’s Shawn Stockman, and Justin Timberlake!

Then we went to a newer band, Greta Van Fleet, who are so young, some of the members just graduated high school THIS YEAR! So far all they’ve given us is a 4 song EP called Black Smoke Rising, but if that’s a taste of what’s to come, we’re in for a treat from this band.

Queens of the Stone Age gave us our next offering with the album Villains, which isn’t too far from the wheel house we’ve come to enjoy from them.

And we gave some love to a local band to us named Behind the Gray. Not because of nepotism, but because their new album, Treason, needs to be heard by the masses.

Finally we ended things out with a new single from 30 Seconds to Mars called “Walk on Water”. No word on when the album will get released, but if the single’s here, you’d have to imagine it’s not too far away.

So there you have it. Now, you need to listen to the episode linked above, and see if your opinions side with ours.

Florida’s Monkeying Around, But in the Worst Way Possible

(Photo: Brian Prichard via AP)

That’s a picture of what one guy in Florida saw in his backyard. Yes, monkeys are taking over Florida, and no monkeys aren’t native to Florida. So, how the heck did they get there?!?

Now, before you go thinking “Oh, but they’re adorable.”, check out the video below of what happened when a family got too close at a park. Then make sure to listen to our July 13th, 2017 episode to hear all about it.

The Carolina Panthers Really Love the Fresh Prince Of Bel Air

(Photo: Getty Image)

You may love the Carolina Panthers, or you may loath them, but one thing cannot be questioned, and that’s their love for the Fresh Prince Of Bel Air.

Starting on July 7th, and through 3 days, the team sent out a bunch of tweets, which seemed like nothing at first glance, but take a moment and connect the first word in each one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes, the first word of every tweet was every lyric to the Fresh Prince of Bel Air song.

Check out all the tweets here: The Carolina Panthers Spent The Last Three Days Hiding The ‘Fresh Prince Of Bel Air’ Theme Song In Their Tweets