Superstar rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, comedian, writer and so much more, Donald Glover is one of the most important human beings we have in modern culture. This post will be a celebration of that exact statement, looking at all the work he has done so far in his life and explaining why we are so lucky to be breathing the same air as this man. Continue reading “Donald Glover: A Popular Culture Mastermind”
Radiohead are one of the world’s most popular bands. Their live performances are works of art and they rarely play the same setlist twice, a true sign of how diverse and brilliant their discography is. Here is my Ultimate Radiohead Setlist, sorry guys, but Creep isn’t on here:
Welcome to Viberant’s weekly song roundup; where we take a look at some of the big releases over the past seven days and tell you our thoughts on them. Last week saw new singles from the likes of BROCKHAMPTON, Muse and of course, The 1975. Here is what we thought of them:
So for those that don’t know, Viberant is run by three people; myself, Liam Jones and Callum Galloway. We all have musical opinions and artists that we agree on enjoying, such as the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Brockhampton; but we also have some vastly disagreeable thoughts. Whether that be Liam completely disregarding Radiohead, Cal refusing to accept that bands other than The Strokes and The 1975 exist or me being a ride-or-die to bands many would consider cheesy these days like the Kings of Leon. Viberant profiles helps you get us more, so here is mine.
Being a collaborative effort between Liam, Ellis and I, a great deal of our posts on here are based on an amalgamation of all three of our opinions. I’d say most of the time we agree; we can all agree on Frank Ocean being incredible and we can unite in our disdain towards artists like Russ, but there are plenty of occasions where Liam has been wrong and Ellis has been wrong. The great thing about music, though, is that they aren’t wrong at all, they just hold views that they’re perfectly entitled to- and I just happen to disagree. Here’s a brief Q&A that might shine a light on the reasons we don’t always see eye to eye when it comes to music.