Back in 1998 a young hot pocket-less Jim Gaffigan went on assignment for VH1 to figure out universal music tastes. Using science a team created two types of songs that hit all of the ‘most desirable’ and ‘least desirable attributes. Gaffigan then took them to an NYC club to test them out:(via Video: Jim Gaffigan uncovers the ‘Most Wanted Song’ and the ‘Most Unwanted Song’)
The Strut is looking for guest bloggers
Do you love to blog and love sharing your fascination of music? We are looking for some guest bloggers. If you are interested in contributing, take a look at TheStrut.com to get an idea of the type of posts we like, and email us a little about yourself and an idea for a post you’d like to write!
Check out this fascinating infographic on how artists make money (via Infographic: How much do musicians actually earn online?)
Some of the greatest names in music history have hung out with The Muppets. Click through to see more photos and your music pairing.
A few weeks ago we posted the wonderful video of New Yorkers being asked what song they are listening to as they walked the streets. Thankfully @unclebulgaria85 decided to recreate this experiment across the pond. Click through to watch.
If you are anything like me, you wonder what song people are listening to when you see them bopping their heads while walking down the street. Thanks to Ty Cullen we get a great sampling of New Yorker’s song choices without having to sneak a peek at their iPods on the subway! Do you think anyone was lying about their song to sound cooler? Were you LCD Soundsystem dude?