Less than four years into her career, Billie Eilish is already a wildly compelling artist. Maybe it’s because the crowd is so enthusiastic, but this show feels less like a display of her raw talent, than a moment for her generation.
Music journalist and St. Anger lover Richard S. He returns to Metallicast to discuss the good, the bad and the ugly of the MTV Icon Metallica special. The two go off on multiple tangents along the way about a variety of topics including the landscape of the modern music industry as opposed to the industry in the heyday of MTV, why Limp Bizkit sucks, and of course Dave Mustaine.
For every dazzling moment, Petras is just as down-to-earth. This is the final show of her first era, and if tonight only hints at her full potential, her stardom is guaranteed.
In what was originally intended to be a Metallicast Mini, music journalist Richard S. He and Metallicast host Brandon somehow talk for over a half hour about the obscure Metallica/Swizz Beatz/Ja Rule collaboration "We Did It Again". The pair talk, rap, sing, laugh and mainly talk a whole bunch of crap all while striving to be nevermore your whipping boy!
Music journalist Richard S. He (@Richaod) joins Brandon again for a sequel of sorts to Episode 9. This time they go track by track on the most controversial Metallica album to date- St. Anger! Make sure you stay tuned until the end for an unforgettable (and future viral) mash up!
The 1989 World Tour felt like Taylor’s victory lap after conquering pop music. Reputation is more vivid, more aggressive, more tender.
Brandon is joined by musician, producer and award winning journalist Richard S. He to talk about a 7,500 word essay he wrote in defense of the most maligned Metallica album to date - St. Anger! Brandon and Richard also talk about pop music and Metallica's place in it. Also stay tuned to the end to find out why Richard thinks Madonna is the Lars Ulrich of pop music and vice versa!
As long as there are teenagers, and as long as millennials have loneliness to confess, the message of “...Baby One More Time” will endure.