Dare You To Move- Switchfoot
If we had a soundtrack to life, this song would most definitely make the cut. It’s inspiring, it awakens the soul, and it’s one that can make even a short stroll in the park, a walk to remember.
I Have A Dream- Common feat. Will I Am
Maybe it’s the summertime season, but we’ve had our head stuck in the clouds lately, and any hopes of coming back down to earth today were dashed by the lyrical stylings of Common. Although we have been having our fair share of daydreams, this tune reminds us that sometimes, letting your dreams run wild can actually be a good thing.
Don’t mind us—we’re just party rocking over here trying to get through another Monday morning! And who better to wiggle wiggle wiggle with, than Redfoo and Sky Blu?! Between the crazy getups, wild performances, and insanely infectious songs, every day we’re shufflin’ and LMFAO-ing with LMFAO!
Forever Young- Rod Stewart
This classic hit is the perfect way to send sweet-sounding well-wishes to everyone, everywhere. Live, love, laugh, and most of all, enjoy the ride!
The Cave- Mumford & Sons
From the moment we heard Marcus and the boys of Mumford belt out their raw, emotion-infused lyrics, we were head over heels. Their talent is undeniable, their sound is one-of-a-kind, and an opportunity to share this tune is too good to pass up this Tuesday.
RIP Adam “MCA” Yauch. This is the August 6, 1998 cover story where we explore how three punk-rock wiseguys from New York made some records, changed America and built an empire of cool.
Here is an excerpt where they shared how they register at their hotels, as they were about to embark on their first tour in three years.
And Adam “MCA” YAUCH – the spiritual seeker – what of him? He registers under the name I. Clouseau, as in Inspector Clouseau, for he is a huge Peter Sellers fan. His favorite Sellers movie is The Party. “He plays an Indian actor,” Yauch says, “and the movie was banned in India because he is playing this bumbling idiot in the middle of all these white people, and some Indian people were insulted by it. But the irony is that he’s really the only intelligent person there – all the other people are morons. So it has a cool theme.”
Vogue- Glee (Madonna Cover)
The smell of failure is certainly NOT coming from Sue Sylvester’s fabulous rendition of Madonna’s classic hit. Donning her characteristic sweatsuits and armed with quick quips that make for sidesplitting one-liners, Sue keeps it incredibly and hysterically real as she ego-trips her way through the hallways of McKinley High.
“For now, Dick Clark, so long…”
The world bid farewell to an American cultural icon today, as television host Dick Clark passed away today at the age of 82. Known for his game-changing contributions to pop culture as host of American Bandstand, and a New Years staple as the host of Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, Clark has found his way into the households and hearts of generations after generations. America’s Oldest Teenager, you will be missed. RIP.
@gracepotter oh la la! Making moves must be ur @bid2saveearth! #greenauction #paris (Taken with Instagram at Christie’s Auction House)