• Rock & Pop: What are your thoughts on Cocteau Twins?

    Rock & Pop, how do you feel about Cocteau Twins? Personally, I'd say that they are a fantastic band. I will admit that it took a while for me to get into Cocteau Twins, but I can honestly say that I love them now. Whenever I listen to them, I'm always blown away by Liz Fraser's impeccable vocals. I don't know what she's... show more
    Rock & Pop, how do you feel about Cocteau Twins? Personally, I'd say that they are a fantastic band. I will admit that it took a while for me to get into Cocteau Twins, but I can honestly say that I love them now. Whenever I listen to them, I'm always blown away by Liz Fraser's impeccable vocals. I don't know what she's trying to say most of the time, but I can overlook that, because of the beautiful, mesmerizing & heavenly singing that she does. Liz Fraser has a voice that is expressive, delicate & powerful all at once, and Robin Guthrie's guitar work utilizes an array of effects to create a gorgeous sound. Cocteau Twins turn the guitar into an aural projection of heaven itself, and I love how they incorporated elements of post-punk & even gothic rock on their earlier albums (i.e. Head Over Heels & Treasure). Overall, I'd say that Cocteau Twins are an amazing band, and they were undoubtedly pioneers of dream pop. BQ: Favorite songs by Cocteau Twins? BQ2: In general, what are your thoughts on Robin Guthrie, as a guitarist? BQ3: It has been said, that Cocteau Twins were an influence on shoegaze. What is your take on this? BQ4: For those of you that like and/or love Cocteau Twins: Why do you like them so much, and what parts of their sound attract you to them?
    3 answers · Rock and Pop · 4 months ago
  • HappyThanksgiving, Rock & Pop!! What are your plans for today?

    Happy Thanksgiving, Rock & Pop!! What will you guys do, for today? Personally, I picked up some food from a store with my brother, and I've been relaxing with my family ever since then. My family & I will go to a family friend's house, as well. Additionally, as a side note, I would like to apologize about my absence, from Rock &... show more
    Happy Thanksgiving, Rock & Pop!! What will you guys do, for today? Personally, I picked up some food from a store with my brother, and I've been relaxing with my family ever since then. My family & I will go to a family friend's house, as well. Additionally, as a side note, I would like to apologize about my absence, from Rock & Pop. Life got in the way for a while, and there's some stuff in my current situation that I can't talk about, that got in the way of Y!A. BQ: Do you guys have any good Thanksgiving songs, that you want to share with me? BQ2: What do you like about Thanksgiving? BQ3: In your view, why is family such an important part of Thanksgiving? BQ4: Do you see any similarities, between The Velvet Underground & Sonic Youth?
    4 answers · Rock and Pop · 7 months ago
  • Happy Halloween, Rock & Pop!! What are your plans for this day?

    Happy Halloween, Rock & Pop! What will you guys do for today, to celebrate Halloween? Personally, I listened to classic post-punk bands such as Joy Division, Wire & The Cure, then I'm going to eat dinner with a friend. Also, I think that I'll watch "A Nightmare on Elm Street" tonight, with a friend. BQ: Any spooky... show more
    Happy Halloween, Rock & Pop! What will you guys do for today, to celebrate Halloween? Personally, I listened to classic post-punk bands such as Joy Division, Wire & The Cure, then I'm going to eat dinner with a friend. Also, I think that I'll watch "A Nightmare on Elm Street" tonight, with a friend. BQ: Any spooky post-punk tunes that you want to share with me? BQ2: In your view, what albums are the best ones to listen to, on Halloween? BQ3: Which of the following bands is the scariest and/or most disturbing, for you: The Cure, Joy Division, Swans, The Velvet Underground, or Black Sabbath. BQ4: If the albums of Wire, Sonic Youth & Slowdive were horror movies, then what types of horror movies would they be? Who would direct them, and who would star in those movies?
    6 answers · Rock and Pop · 8 months ago
  • What are your thoughts on Here Come the Warm Jets by Brian Eno?

    Rock & Pop, what is your take on Here Come the Warm Jets by Brian Eno? Personally, I'd say that Here Come the Warm Jets is a fantastic album. It shows that Brian Eno was truly an innovator in numerous ways, as Here Come the Warm Jets is a bizarre and unpredictable listen. Here Come the Warm Jets is full of studio trickery & sound editing... show more
    Rock & Pop, what is your take on Here Come the Warm Jets by Brian Eno? Personally, I'd say that Here Come the Warm Jets is a fantastic album. It shows that Brian Eno was truly an innovator in numerous ways, as Here Come the Warm Jets is a bizarre and unpredictable listen. Here Come the Warm Jets is full of studio trickery & sound editing that was very advanced for 1974, and the album has a relentless sense of experimentation to it. Here Come the Warm Jets has so many twists & turns to it, and it's an album that reveals new surprises with evey listen. For me, Here Come the Warm Jets is a classic. BQ: Favorite songs from Here Come the Warm Jets? BQ2: What are your thoughts on Brian Eno's vocals & lyrics on this album? BQ3: Would you sat that Here Come the Warm Jets was a precursor to shoegaze & noise pop, in some ways? BQ4: In general, what is your take on 70s art rock?
    2 answers · Rock and Pop · 8 months ago
  • Vol 4 by Black Sabbath turned 45 this month. What are your thoughts on this album?

    Rock & Pop, what is your take on Vol 4 by Black Sabbath? Personally, I love Vol 4. I like how Vol 4 changes Black Sabbath's classic sound from the 70s, as Black Sabbath started to experiment with their style on Vol 4. I like how Vol 4's guitars are heavier and even more sludgy than Black Sabbath's earlier efforts, and Vol 4 seems to... show more
    Rock & Pop, what is your take on Vol 4 by Black Sabbath? Personally, I love Vol 4. I like how Vol 4 changes Black Sabbath's classic sound from the 70s, as Black Sabbath started to experiment with their style on Vol 4. I like how Vol 4's guitars are heavier and even more sludgy than Black Sabbath's earlier efforts, and Vol 4 seems to have this dark, drug-addled atmosphere that I really like. Vol 4 sounds like it came from the depths of hell itself, and the album is kind of trippy in a disturbing, unsettling manner. Overall, Vol 4 is a fantastic album, and it's a classic slice of heavy metal. BQ: Favorite songs from Vol 4? BQ2: What is your take on Tony Iommi's guitar work, on Vol 4? BQ3: Would you say that Black Sabbath was an influence on noise rock & punk rock? BQ4: Do you see any similarities, between Black Sabbath & The Velvet Underground?
    3 answers · Rock and Pop · 9 months ago
  • Rock & Pop: Let's share some songs that celebrate the end of an era?

    Hello, everyone. Today is a special day for me, because this day marks the end of my summer vacation. I'm in college right now, and I'm going to start my senior year of college tomorrow. I feel like today marks the end of an era for me, as I feel like adulthood is slowly, but surely creeping up on me. This time might the last ever occasion... show more
    Hello, everyone. Today is a special day for me, because this day marks the end of my summer vacation. I'm in college right now, and I'm going to start my senior year of college tomorrow. I feel like today marks the end of an era for me, as I feel like adulthood is slowly, but surely creeping up on me. This time might the last ever occasion in my life where I can have a summer vacation, and I know that I'll going to be done with college very soon. Do any of you guys have songs to share with me, that celebrate the end of an era? BQ: For those of that are are currently going to and/or have graduated from college: How did you feel, during your senior year of college? What made it special to you? BQ2: Why is senior year such a big deal for college students? BQ3: If you could choose a song lyric that described senior year of college, what song lyric would you choose? BQ4: In general, what is your take on the 80s noise rock scene?
    7 answers · Rock and Pop · 10 months ago
  • Happy 4th of July, Rock & Pop!! What are your plans for this day?

    Happy 4th of July, Rock & Pop!! What do you plan to do, for this day? Personally, it looks like I'll have to stay at my house and play some computer games, until my friend comes over to pick me up. BQ: How would you feel, if R&P held a post-punk themed 4th of July? BQ2: What do you think that Lou Reed & Ray Davies would say, about... show more
    Happy 4th of July, Rock & Pop!! What do you plan to do, for this day? Personally, it looks like I'll have to stay at my house and play some computer games, until my friend comes over to pick me up. BQ: How would you feel, if R&P held a post-punk themed 4th of July? BQ2: What do you think that Lou Reed & Ray Davies would say, about the 4th of July? BQ3: Any good albums from 2017, that you'd like to recommend to me? BQ4: Any 4th of July-themed songs, that you'd like to share with me?
    1 answer · Rock and Pop · 12 months ago
  • Rock & Pop: What would you do in this situation?

    Hello, Rock & Pop. I want to play a little game with everyone today, where we're all involved in a scenario. For this scenario, imagine that you were transported to the year of 1980. You're 21 years old, and you're going to the bar for the first time. You go over to get a drink, and you see that Robert Smith has magically appeared... show more
    Hello, Rock & Pop. I want to play a little game with everyone today, where we're all involved in a scenario. For this scenario, imagine that you were transported to the year of 1980. You're 21 years old, and you're going to the bar for the first time. You go over to get a drink, and you see that Robert Smith has magically appeared next to you. He has a copy of The Cure's Seventeen Seconds, and Ian Curtis is next to you, as well. Additionally, Siouxsie Sioux & Peter Murphy are sitting at a different table, but they've joined you for some drinks. However, there is a twist to this situation: You have to murder all of the musicians that I mentioned previously, or you can go back to the 1960s & kill the members of The Velvet Underground & King Crimson. Regardless of the decision that you choose, your actions will change the face of music forever. Each of these choices will have massive consequences, and entire bands & genres could be eliminated and/or turn out differently because of you. Which option, do you choose? BQ: Which band would you say was more innovative, controversial and/or influential for their time: The Velvet Underground, or King Crimson. BQ2: In general, what is your take on 1980s post-punk/gothic rock? BQ3: In your opinion, which bands from the 90s alternative rock scene came the closest, to being spiritual heirs of Husker Du, Sonic Youth & Dinosaur Jr.? BQ4: Would you consider Radiohead to be a progressive rock band, in some ways?
    5 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: What are some classic albums that you just don't get?

    Hello, Rock & Pop. What are some famous & critically acclaimed albums that just don't appeal to you, for some reason? For me, I've noticed that there are numerous classics out there that don't really gel with me. I've undergone a significant change in my music taste over time, as I've gotten into several bands & moved... show more
    Hello, Rock & Pop. What are some famous & critically acclaimed albums that just don't appeal to you, for some reason? For me, I've noticed that there are numerous classics out there that don't really gel with me. I've undergone a significant change in my music taste over time, as I've gotten into several bands & moved away from other artists. I've found myself getting tired of certain albums as I've grown older, and there certain "classics" that don't do it for me, based on the music that I like at the moment. Here are some classics that I just don't get: The Doors - The Doors (1967) https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cK3Q76tZoD... The Who - Tommy https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IFLbLQ2pKu... Nirvana - In utero https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oB3btdWdVg... BQ: Are there any bands and/or albums that you loved as a teenager, that make you cringe now? BQ2: What are some bands that have always stuck with you, regardless of your age & the phases of life that you've entered? BQ3: How have your musical interestd changed, over the course of your life? BQ4: Are there certain albums that you'll listen to, for the purpose of nostalgia?
    5 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: Let's do another album of the week?

    Hello, Rock & Pop. For this week, I'm doing another "album of the week" scenario. I want everyone to pick at least 3 choices for their "album of the week", and give some reasons as to why you chose those albums. Include links to your picks, as well. Additionally, here's a twist to this question: I want everyone to... show more
    Hello, Rock & Pop. For this week, I'm doing another "album of the week" scenario. I want everyone to pick at least 3 choices for their "album of the week", and give some reasons as to why you chose those albums. Include links to your picks, as well. Additionally, here's a twist to this question: I want everyone to choose albums that, in some way, shape and form, owe something to The Velvet Underground. Here are my picks: The Feelies - Crazy Rhythms https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jesteTvG... Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2niVYFVY... The Fall - Hex Enduction Hour https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjsQpLIe... BQ: The Velvet Underground are said to have been a massive influence on genres such as noise rock, alternative rock, indie rock & punk rock. What is your take on this? BQ2: When it comes to the 1980s, as a whole, which year was the most important, for shaping alternative/indie music? BQ3: Which of the following bands were the most important in the development of post-hardcore, for you: Husker Du, Fugazi, Refused, At the Drive-In or Unwound. BQ4: How would you react, if My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive & Ride collaborated with The Cure & Cocteau Twins?
    4 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: Got any good songs about alcohol that you want to share with me?

    Hello, Rock & Pop. Usually, I don't do this, but my 21st birthdsy is today, and that means that I am old enough to drink alcohol legally. Today is a pretty exciting day for me, and I was wondering if you guys had any good songs about añcohol to share with me. BQ: For those of you who are 21+ years old, what did you do for your 21st... show more
    Hello, Rock & Pop. Usually, I don't do this, but my 21st birthdsy is today, and that means that I am old enough to drink alcohol legally. Today is a pretty exciting day for me, and I was wondering if you guys had any good songs about añcohol to share with me. BQ: For those of you who are 21+ years old, what did you do for your 21st birthday? BQ2: In your opinion, why is it a big deal to reach the age of 21? BQ3: Any alcohol-related stories in rock music that you want to share with me? BQ4: Art rock & experimental rock frequently overlap with each other, especially when it comes to the work of The Velvet Underground, Radiohead, David Bowie, etc. What is your take on this?
    33 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: What are songs that never fail to take your breath away?

    Rock & Pop, what songs do you want to share with me, that always make you go "wow"? I want to hear songs that have blissful instrumentation, with compositions that make you feel like you're floating away somewhere. Here are some songs that I'd like to share: Ride - "Like a... show more
    Rock & Pop, what songs do you want to share with me, that always make you go "wow"? I want to hear songs that have blissful instrumentation, with compositions that make you feel like you're floating away somewhere. Here are some songs that I'd like to share: Ride - "Like a Daydream" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8zzo25t_... Slowdive - "She Calls" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVPqzYzt... Animal Collective - "Bluish" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NZlXwPb_... BQ: When it comes to music, which component is more important for you, and why: melody, or noise. BQ2: Do you see any similarities, between Animal Collective & The Flaming Lips? BQ3: When it comes to the 80s alternative/indie scene, Husker Du & The Replacements are compared to each other frequently. What is your take on this? BQ4: What are your thoughts on how post-rock incorporates elements of jazz, ambient music & experimental rock?
    31 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: What are your albums of the week?

    Hello, everyone. I want to do another "album of the week" scenario, and I'm interested in what you guys will choose for this week. Pick at least 3 choices for your "album of the week", and include links to your picks. Give me some reasons for why you chose those albums, and I want everyone to choose intense, emotionally... show more
    Hello, everyone. I want to do another "album of the week" scenario, and I'm interested in what you guys will choose for this week. Pick at least 3 choices for your "album of the week", and include links to your picks. Give me some reasons for why you chose those albums, and I want everyone to choose intense, emotionally taxing albums that grab you by the gut. Feel free to include albums that explode with pure, unrestrained emotion. Here are my picks, for this week: Husker Du - Zen Arcade https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=JwOMXfkh1c... Converge - Jane Doe https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zLRYREmJqh... Refused - The Shape of Punk to Come https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iHhe6ziuo3... BQ: In your opinion, what music genres create the strongest emotional responses, and why? BQ2: Noise rock & post-hardcore tend to cross over woth each other, and emo has a strong connection to post-hardcore. What is your take on this? BQ3: How would you feel, if a noise rock band covered The Cure's early 1980s era? BQ4: Which band invites a stronger emotional reaction from you, and why: Dinosaur Jr., or Sonic Youth.
    3 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: What are your albums of the week?

    Hello, everyone. For this week, I want the denizens of Rock & Pop to select at least 3 choices for their "album of the week". Include links to your picks, and talk about why you chose those albums for this week. Additionally, here's a twist to this question: Pick albums that have a late-night atmosphere to them, where you can... show more
    Hello, everyone. For this week, I want the denizens of Rock & Pop to select at least 3 choices for their "album of the week". Include links to your picks, and talk about why you chose those albums for this week. Additionally, here's a twist to this question: Pick albums that have a late-night atmosphere to them, where you can listen to them when the sun is down & the sky is completely dark. Here are my picks: Unwound - Leaves Turn Inside You https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1l4Bd3LFAJ... Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=V3Ioohi9aq... Echo and The Bunnymen - Heaven Up Here https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RWbEEbKTjW... Also, I want to apologize for not doing my weekly question, for last week. I was concentrating on my college studies & internship interviews, and real life got in the way. Sorry about that. BQ: Are there certain bands, that get better when it's nighttime for you? BQ2: How would you feel, if My Bloody Valentine did a cover of The Velvet Underground? BQ3: Do you see any similarities, between post-rock & progressive rock? BQ4: Would you say that Cocteau Twins & Sonic Youth are underrated, in some ways?
    8 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • The Clash's self-titled debut turns 40 today. What are your thoughts on this album?

    Rock & Pop, what do you think about The Clash's self-titled debut? Personally, I'd say that it's a classic album. I love how The Clash's first album is a raw, but intelligent punk album with great lyrics. Joe Strummer's vocals are rough in the best way possible, and I like how The Clash's debut album captures the anger... show more
    Rock & Pop, what do you think about The Clash's self-titled debut? Personally, I'd say that it's a classic album. I love how The Clash's first album is a raw, but intelligent punk album with great lyrics. Joe Strummer's vocals are rough in the best way possible, and I like how The Clash's debut album captures the anger and dissatisfaction of 1970s Britain. There are also some subtle touches of good musicianship that set The Clash apart from the rest, and The Clash's debut album foreshadowed what would be done on London Calling. Overall, The Clash's self-titked debut is a wonderful effort, and it's a highly memorable punk album. BQ: Favorite songs from The Clash's self-titled debut? BQ2: What are your thoughts on the vocals & lyrics, if The Clash's first album? BQ3: In your opinion, why was 1977 a significant year for punk rock? BQ4: Overall, what do you like about the 1970s punk rock scene?
    1 answer · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: What's your album of the week?

    Hello, Rock & Pop. For this week, I want everyone to share their "album of the week". Pick at least 3 choices for your album of the week, and talk about why you picked your choices. However, I'll include a little twist with this question: Pick albums that, in your opinion, capture the essence of childhood and being a little kid.... show more
    Hello, Rock & Pop. For this week, I want everyone to share their "album of the week". Pick at least 3 choices for your album of the week, and talk about why you picked your choices. However, I'll include a little twist with this question: Pick albums that, in your opinion, capture the essence of childhood and being a little kid. Here are my picks, for "album of the week": Animal Collective - Feels https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9m992gm... Panda Bear - Person Pitch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9t9zg0oe... The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tK0rXvlq... BQ: In general, what are your thoughts on the genres of noise rock & noise pop? BQ2: If someone said to you that The Cure were one of the greatest bands of all time, would you agree or disagree with that statement? BQ3: True or False: The Velvet Underground were, by far, the coolest & most radical band of the 60s. BQ4: Do you see any connections, between the genres of neo-psychedelia & psychedelic pop?
    2 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: What are your albums of the week?

    Hello, Rock & Pop. I've seen some good questions on this site recently, and nezhtal's question about albums that have collected dust in our collection inspired me to post a question. I want to do a weekly question where we post our "albums of the week", as a way to liven up this section & inspire discussion among the... show more
    Hello, Rock & Pop. I've seen some good questions on this site recently, and nezhtal's question about albums that have collected dust in our collection inspired me to post a question. I want to do a weekly question where we post our "albums of the week", as a way to liven up this section & inspire discussion among the community of R&P. I also want to share some music with you guys, and I'm curious to see what you guys have for me. Post at least three albums that you'd nominate for your "album of the week", and give some reasons for why you chose those albums. Also, include links to your picks, if you can. Here are my albums of the week: Sonic Youth - Sister https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sVqcf82... Husker Du - New Day Rising https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29TJbZmH... Dinosaur Jr. - You're Living All Over Me https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDWrroL7... BQ: In the 80s & 90s, bands such as My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive & Ride were classified as shoegaze & dream pop, and both of those genres were interchangeable terms in the 80s & 90s. What is your take on this? BQ2: Which movement has more innovation, in your view: 1970s punk rock, or 1960s experimental rock. BQ3: How do you feel about the genre of art punk, in general? BQ4: True or False: In more ways than one, Animal Collective are the closest thing that the 21st century has, to a modern version of The Beach Boys.
    6 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: What are your thoughts on Ride?

    Rock & Pop, what is your take on Ride? Personally, Ride has really grown on me recently. I love how Ride interpreted shoegaze in the early 90s, as they were more accessible than My Bloody Valentine & Slowdive. In additiom to featuring powerful drum parts and soothing vocals, Ride also mixed prettiness with discord & strength. Their songs... show more
    Rock & Pop, what is your take on Ride? Personally, Ride has really grown on me recently. I love how Ride interpreted shoegaze in the early 90s, as they were more accessible than My Bloody Valentine & Slowdive. In additiom to featuring powerful drum parts and soothing vocals, Ride also mixed prettiness with discord & strength. Their songs music are beautiful and exhilarating, with waves of trippy, neo-psychedelic guitars and lush melodies. I also like how Ride were extremely noisy at times, and that they emphasized a faster, more energetic & rock-based version of shoegaze. Overall, Ride is a fantastic band, and they were undeniably innovators in the genre of shoegaze. BQ: Favorite songs by Ride? BQ2: It looks like that Ride has been compared to The Byrds numerous times, and Ride is said to taken some influence from The Byrds. What is your take on this? BQ3: In your view, why is it that My Bloody Valentine, Slowdive & Ride are generally considered to be the best shoegaze bands? BQ4: True or False: In more ways than one, Ride were one of the best, and most underrated bands of the 90s.
    2 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Rock & Pop: Let's give certain bands a well-deserved spotlight?

    Hello, Rock & Pop. A while ago, nezhtal asked a question about sharing albums that we felt were overlooked & deserved more attention, for his "Tribute Tuesday" series. I want to jump off that and ask you guys to share some bands that, as a whole, are underrated and need some more love on this section. Here are some bands that... show more
    Hello, Rock & Pop. A while ago, nezhtal asked a question about sharing albums that we felt were overlooked & deserved more attention, for his "Tribute Tuesday" series. I want to jump off that and ask you guys to share some bands that, as a whole, are underrated and need some more love on this section. Here are some bands that I'd like to share with you guys: Unwound https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=C2popOqTgE... Refused https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5wn_2dT-9N... NoMeansNo https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=oV3ZRbI_sn... Also, feel free to share why you feel the bands that you selected are underrated, and are deserving of more attention on R&P. BQ: In your view, why is it that bands such as Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Oasis, etc. are so popular on R&P? BQ2: Are there any genres that need more coverage on R&P, in your opinion? BQ3: What's your cool and/or obscure music-related fact of the day? BQ4: Any of you guys remember users such as Opiner, Chris, Jono, Purple Haze, etc.? If so, then do any of you know what happened to them?
    4 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 year ago
  • Happy new year, Rock & Pop!! What are your plans for 2017?

    Happy new year, Rock & Pop!! It's hard to believe that we're in 2017 now. What are your plans for 2017, and what songs do you want to share with me, to start off this year? Here are some songs that I'd like to share: Ride - "Seagull" Cocteau Twins- "Iceblink Luck" Slowdive - "Morningrise" BQ:... show more
    Happy new year, Rock & Pop!! It's hard to believe that we're in 2017 now. What are your plans for 2017, and what songs do you want to share with me, to start off this year? Here are some songs that I'd like to share: Ride - "Seagull" Cocteau Twins- "Iceblink Luck" Slowdive - "Morningrise" BQ: Overall, how was 2016 for you? Any good or bad moments that you'd like to discuss? BQ2: The 2010s are halfway done, and we're getting closer to the end of the 2010s. How do you feel about that? BQ3: What albums from 2017 are you looking forward to? BQ4: If you could sum up 2016 with a lyric from a song, then what lyric would you choose?
    4 answers · Rock and Pop · 2 years ago