Lately, it seems that we are hearing more and more from new and unexpected partnerships between artists of different genres. This is why, through Superlatones, we are creating our very own directory—a musical wish-list, if you will—of artists who have yet to join the collaborative bandwagon.
Ah, the 90′s. A simpler time: the era of overalls and mood rings, rollerblading and Cartoon Network. As 2012 soldiers on, we here at OurStage can’t help but grow nostalgic for the good ol’ days. And as much as our music tastes have evolved, there’s really nothing like a throwback to the old jams you would pop into your boom boxes, casette players or walkmans. This week, we’re sending a tribute to those iconic tunes.
The Dynamic Duo:
The Cranberries and Sixpence None The Richer
Irish band The Cranberries formed in 1989 and rose to fame in the 1990s with their debut album Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can’t We? Popular songs by the band include “Linger” and “Zombie,” which both made it onto the Billboard Hot 100 as well as many other charts across the globe. More recently, the group came out of a six-year hiatus to tour the world, and released their sixth studio album, Roses.