This play list dedicated to one of my favorite singers and front man of No Use For A Name, Tony Sly who suddenly passed away in July while on a East Coast acoustic tour with best friend Joey Cape. The music world lost a great musician, lyricist, poet, and man this day and there isn't a day that I listen to his songs or a NUFAN album without shedding so many tears. His music will live on through family, friends, and thousands of loyal fans. Tony Sly, Where ever you are, this loyal fan will miss and never forget you. ~ Lili M.
 
 
Sometimes all you need is to wind down, sit back, relax, make a glass of lemonade, and listen to some great acoustic tunes. Here is a handful of my favorites, found in the dark depths of my iPod playlists. Yes, I also had it spelled that way in my iPod as well. I thought I was being clever at the time. - Deanna T.
 
 
Since I wrote a tribute to classic rock in our Rants, I figured it was appropriate to put together a playlist of some classic rock songs that were staples in my musical youth. - Laura S.
 
 
What can I say? I love Fat Wreck Chords bands. So, what better way to say Thank you for producing some of my favorite punk bands than make a playlist. These are just a few of the amazing artists that they have made available for our listening pleasure. If you like what you hear, please feel free to click on over to their site http://www.fatwreck.com/where you can get all the info and all these bands from one spot. I hope you hear something you like. Enjoy! - Lili M.
 
 
You know those nights where you just want to be emotional yet not depress the hell out of yourself? Those nights are alternative nights. Your ears want to listen to the upbeat wailing of The Used without getting sucked into that one 30 Seconds to Mars song-- one depressing song is just enough. Enjoy your emo night with Taking Back Sunday, The Used, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, and more. - Jordan M.
 
 
If you're like me or anyone from the Tuange Team who goes to school, you are ecstatic about the semester or quarter being done and over with. Summer break is now upon us and that means it's time to fill the day where school used to happen with other things like, work or the beach and maybe even sleeping in a little bit. For me, it will be working more hours and spending time with my family. Here are a few songs to get your summer break started. Enjoy!!! ~ LiLi M.
 
 
If I had a Tardis, I'd time travel to my heart's content. This playlist is a collection of songs that take me to another place and/or time, or even just remind me of another place and time. We've all been asked that question: If you could time travel to any time, when would it be? I personally would have loved to go to a party with the Fitzgeralds' in the 1920's or go fishing with Johnny Cash (hey, it sounds fun). Anyways, I warn you that this playlist is more random than most. Just let the music take you away. Leave what you'd like to do if you could time travel in a comment below!  - Deanna T. 
 

Dubstep

06/02/2012

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Although the usual rock and pop music is played all over radio stations across the globe, electronic dance music has made its way to the top. With artists like Skrillex and David Guetta conquering radio stations and music festivals, many EDM genres are given the appreciation they deserve. This playlist features an interesting EDM genre that has been taking over the world for the past few years—dubstep. These are ten mind-blowing dubstep tracks including music by Seven Lions, Skrillex, and Knife Party. Drop the bass!    - Jordan M.
 
 
Songs I like to dance to! - Laura
 
 
The name of this playlist says it all! Each song has amazing guitar work and makes you want to head bang all night! I put a Dio song in there because not only is he one of my most favorite Metal singers, but because his vocals are just as face melting as a kick ass guitar solo. Though Dio no longer walks among the living, his voice will live on forever! So get out there, throw up those Devil horns and ROCK OUT!!! - LiLi M.