Once upon a time the music industry functioned according to a very specific set of rules. There was a structure for success. There was a way things were done. It wasn’t easy, and the odds were generally stacked against you, but ultimately musicians knew the path they needed to take if they ever hoped to see their name in lights. [...]
Articles By: Cal Stamp
What has become of you, Liam Neeson? It used to be that your name’s presence on the marquee really meant something. It stood for quality. For reliability. It told us, “This is a movie worth seeing.” Do you remember “Rob Roy,” Neeson? Do you remember “Michael Collins?” How about “Schindler’s List?” What do you think Oscar Schindler would have to [...]
It’s just another day in the world of professional football. Another Super Bowl has come and gone. Another NFL season draws to a close.
The other day I had an epiphany: To the average music consumer, a song is worth less than a candy bar. It might last longer, sound sweeter, and offer a more meaningful experience, but don’t ask us to spend more than $1 on it.
I roll out of bed on the morning of November 18 with a hangover. My head hurts, my joints ache, my body feels fatigued. I reach for the small bottle of ibuprofen I keep next to my bed and down 800 milligrams. It’s the magic dose. Settle for nothing less.