Michael Gallucci is the senior editor at Ultimate Classic Rock. His previous gigs include editor-of-chief at Diffuser.fm, managing editor of Cleveland Scene and writing about music and movies for All Music Guide, American Songwriter, the A.V. Club, Goldmine, M Music & Musicians, Paste, Spin, the Village Voice and other publications and websites.
Cows Love Them Some Lorde Played on Trombone
Who doesn't love Lorde?
Some Dude Alphabetized Every Word in ‘Star Wars’
Some dude in Pittsburgh spent 42 hours alphabetizing every single word in 'Star Wars,' because why not?
Sir Mix-a-Lot Performed ‘Baby Got Back’ With the Seattle Symphony
We're not going to spend much time setting this one up.
Here’s Keyboard Cat With a Garage Rock Classic
We don't want to waste too many words on this. Because really, all you need to do is watch the above clip.
Somebody Made a Portrait of Jackie Chan Out of 64,000 Chopsticks
Somebody made a portrait of Jackie Chan out of 64,000 chopsticks -- because really, why not? -- and yeah, it's kind of awesome.
We Miss ‘True Detective’ a Little Less After Watching This AT&T Commercial
Ever since 'True Detective' wrapped up its first-season run a few weeks ago, we've been jonesing for more of the show.
‘Game of Thrones’ / James Brown Mix Mashes Up Two of Our Favorite Things
We love when this happens: Two of our favorites things. In one place.
Look at Bill Murray’s Pants!
Look at Bill Murray's pants!
What Would Bob Marley Look Like If He Was Alive Today?
Sadly, music legend Bob Marley passed away on May 11, 1981, of cancer at the age of 36.
Somebody Made Lego Versions of Your Favorite Bands
Like most things in life, your favorite bands look infinitely better when they're shrunk constructed out of little plastic Lego bricks.
Stanley Kubrick’s Daughter Has Been Posting Photos From Her Dad’s Movie Sets
Stanley Kubrick's daughter Vivian has been posting old photos of herself from her dad's classic movie sets on Twitter.
Bugs Bunny Is Getting Another Face-Lift
Bugs Bunny is no stranger to face-lifts. The wiseass cartoon rabbit has gone through many changes and incarnations since his debut in 1940's 'A Wild Hare.'