It’s Thanksgiving Day and if you’re hosting your very first Thanksgiving dinner, you may have no idea what to prepare for your guests. Turkey? Gravy? Stuffing? If those words don’t ring a bell, fear not! I’m here to help. It turns out that throughout the history of popular music, artists have been giving clues as to what you could (and should) be including on your menu by naming their songs after beloved food and drink. Lucky for you, I went through and sorted out the cream of the crop, the ones that’ll make your guests’ stomachs rumble and their feet tap. A little something for everyone.
A mixture of deliberate hiatuses, moniker changes, and general apathy for the Canadian rap scene have kept Toronto’s D-Sisve well below the radar, despite the fact that the wry lyricist has been plying superb rap music for over two decades. “The Great Mr. Nobody [one]” arrived this Tuesday after a series of pushbacks, but the 23-track monster is finally here, and it’s classic Derek Christoff. More
Point/Counterpoint is a recurring feature on BDCwire that explores the pros and cons of various parts of life in Boston. These arguments may, or may not, break any new ground, but are meant as a starting point for you too to make an argument. What do you think? Is moshing a joyous thing, or should people at shows scale it back a bit? More