Best music moment of 2015
There were some fairly stable musical moments in 2015. Like Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber and one-way stars, there has never been a dull moment. However, as with anything in the media, not so cool moments have caused some major backlash around the world. From unnecessary comments on women and music to a man band leaving his team, Shh! It will happen. We put the best and worst music moments of 2015 together, hoping to illuminate the positive side through a false optimistic rotation, while making a less beautiful sound. At a "Foo Fighters" concert in Sweden this summer, lead singer and rock god Dave glor designed a rather majestic throne to continue touring with an injured foot. On the throne of rock and roll music, the video clip of grol's guitar solo quickly surfaced and won great reviews. You must love him! Although it won steady (and loyal) popularity with its first EP "room 93" in 2014, 2015 was a breakthrough year for Halsey. The 21-year-old singer released her first concept album "wilderness" this summer, and fans flocked to support it, making it one of the most successful debut albums of the year. In August 2016, a year after the release of wasteland, Halsey will perform a sold out performance at the famous Madison Square Garden in New York. Sharing her past love, sex, fame, drug lovers and her bipolar diagnosis experience, you are likely to have seen Halsey's lyrics on social media. The girl has started a campaign and we can't wait to see where she will go in 2016!
garbage celebrates their 20th anniversary
obviously I'm biased because they're my favorite band, but I just need to add the 20th anniversary of garbage to the list. Last fall, the band toured for six weeks to support their 1995 debut album of the same name. Twenty years later, quill saw the band play their entire debut, including the B side of the album, and a good way to throw a surprise there. Last October, I walked out of Westbury's space with the most wonderful performance they had planned, almost in tears - happy tears, of course! When music can evoke something similar, you know it's definitely worth it. We congratulate garbage on its success and hope for more! When we learned that Justin Bieber would perform at this year's Music Video Awards, we were not sure what would happen. When the singer appeared on the stage to perform "what do you mean" in the new album "mission", the 21-year-old singer began to shed tears and let the audience at the scene and home go, "ha? "There are rumours that Bierce is crying for her ex girlfriend Selena Gomez (it's said that the song is about whom), but after Jimmy Fallon's tonight show, Justin clarified that, saying he was just overwhelmed by the positive feedback from the performance. He went on to say that the last time he appeared at the awards ceremony (Fashion rock 2014), he was booed during the performance. We are very happy that Biebs has opened a new page and found hope and clarity for the future.