Oh, what a year. 2019 was a mess of a mess to finish out the decade. Like Charli XCX said, “the world is burning. literally and metaphorically.” Since the planet is in flames, we might as well dance while we try to save this burning ball we call home.
Kanye’s fall into chaos is the perfect metaphor for Earth in 2018. Everything is a hot mess and we aren’t really sure if we’re going to survive. Luckily, we will always have music to get us through the toughest and messiest of times.
2017 was a dumpster fire. Just went things couldn’t get any lower, the bar kept dropping. The political spectrum was a damn mess. Nature made everyone her bitch this year. Luckily, a little hope for humanity came in the form of some truly wonderful music.
2016 is the year everyone wants to be over. So many events this year rocked us as a nation and a people. Usually when I’m feeling low, I listen to more pop music than usual. I think this year’s top list reflects that trend. There were so many great singles this year that I had quite the struggle editing down list. This year’s album list is a reflection of the struggles and hopes we all felt this year. Enjoy 2016 in music:
2015 is almost over. It was a great year for music. As always, I like to end the year with a list of my favorite tracks and albums. There was a lot of great music that came out in 2015, and a few wonderful surprises. Below is the list of my top 25 tracks and top 10 albums of the year:
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The tenth entry in the Mortal Kombat series came out last week. NetherRealm Studios added a lot of new, interesting elements to the longstanding franchise. They introduced a global battle for dominance with factions, multiple fighting styles per character with variations and a fresh new take on the Krypt. The game isn’t without it’s problems however; there have been server issues and concerns over DLC. Here is the list of our top 5 loves and issues with the game:
Last night was the 87th Annual Academy Awards. The show has always been known for its glitz and glamor. Neil Patrick Harris hosted and the eve felt just a bit gayer than usual. Here are 10 reasons why last night’s awards were the most fabulous yet.
10. The opening number ode to on-screen sexual tension.