With all of the writers here at We Are The Guard, we are able to claim (with confidence) that someone on our staff listens to pretty much every different kind of music under the sun. There’s no genre we’re too afraid to touch— except for metal. We’re terrified. We have literally zero clue. That’s where this intrepid reporter comes in.
Three months ago Disclosure quietly dropped Ultimatum to surprisingly little fanfare. The single, featuring Malian singer/songwriter Fatoumata Diawara stands up alongside the band’s greatest hits, combining world and house music into something so special that it could only come from Disclosure.
Thanks for joining me for the latest edition of 10 Twitter Moments on this EXTREMELY busy week in pop culture! That's right, between the VMAs and Nicki Minaj losing out on the #1 spot to Travis Scott, there's been a whole lot of drama going down on our fave social network over the last seven days!
We know you spend hours a day on the Instagram scroll (honestly who doesn’t, its 2018), so we really appreciate that you are taking a break from IG to check out our weekly post about IG.
We Are The Guard have decided to take it upon ourselves to do a little house cleaning. Let’s Kill These Songs Now, so that the humans fighting for their survival at the dawn of the new millennia won’t have to hear them when they set their iPhone 24s to shuffle during battle. This one is at the tip-top of our list.
Hello, everyone, and welcome to the latest edition of We Are The Guard's 10 Twitter Moments. A whole lot has gone down on our favorite social media over the last week, although one tweet that you definitely won't be seeing here is Donald Trump's 280-character love letter to Kanye West.
In this column, we review the most enlightening, heartfelt, and downright ridiculous posts on the social media site from your favorite people, because we know how hard it is to keep up with Instagram. We got Cardi B, JLO, and Marshmello this week so strap down and PAY ATTENTION.
Here's hoping that the following 280-character highlights from Lana Del Rey, Alicia Keys, Halsey, King Princess, Mariah Carey, and more provide you with a temporary distraction from this insane weather while we hold out for some cooler temperatures this weekend!
In 2001, the year of 9/11 and Smash Mouth’s cover of The Monkees’ I’m A Believer for the Shrek soundtrack, there was another alternative music travesty that seemed to go completely by the wayside. I am of course talking about Alien Ant Farm’s cover of Smooth Criminal.
It’s August and her miserable weather, and her incessant desire to cut summer short. I will be straight chilling in the comfort of my own air-conditioned home all month, which basically means lying in bed and scrolling through my Insta feed, naked. And man oh man, I have some gems for you already.