The 10 Most Essential Foo Fighters Songs

The Foo Fighters are 25 years old. While that fact makes any Millennial or Gen X-er cringe as the band creeps closer to Classic Rock radio, it also prompts a look back at the band’s storied career. Built out of the ashes of Nirvana, the rockers have dropped more hits than any band of its... Continue Reading →

Widows (2018): A Movie Made For TV

The second month of my quest to watch 100 movies in 2020 brought me to a movie with untapped depth: Steve McQueen's Widows. The 2018 film incorporates themes of urban poverty, independence, and political corruption into the story of a heist executed by reluctant participants. The ensemble film stars Viola Davis, Elizabeth Debicki, Michelle Rodriguez, Liam... Continue Reading →

An Intellectual Property Attorney On The Phanatic Lawsuit, Expiring Disney Copyrights

Intellectual property is one of the most important aspects of entertainment. Pop-culture is after all, art. Copyright law protects the artists who create the media millions of people enjoy. The entertainment industry is set to experience a migration of significant work into the public domain. To help fans understand what this means for their favorite... Continue Reading →

M. Ward’s Migration Souls, New Album

M. Ward's new album drops a little under two months from now. Migration Stories is the She & Him collaborator’s tenth solo studio record and first since 2018. The first single for the LP dropped in December. “Migration of Souls” reminds of Iggy Pop's timeless classic "The Passenger." Both tracks offer a perpetually relaxing spirit... Continue Reading →

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