We Want More Music Videos?

written by: Alex Peak on October 18, 2012

For the 14 of us who are still watching music videos, those dorky dance arrangements keep things funny.

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Pop Stars Gone Wild

written by: Hannah Lorenz on October 2, 2012

In the popular music world, there lives a phenomenon which never ceases to enthrall the nation. It’s young and innocent, it’s pretty and with the help of auto-tune, it has a decent voice. It takes the country by storm. As soon as one loses popularity, another re-spawns to take its place. It is, of course, […]

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Why So Nostalgic?

written by: Shannon Shreibak on September 12, 2012

Is it because the generation before us was so creatively innovative, or does our generation have nothing artistically worthwhile to offer?

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Can It Be Done?: Jazz a Day Job Supreme

written by: Taylor Cowan on September 5, 2012

Can culturally defunct genres like classical and jazz be made relevant again? Is it possible to build an audience? The answer is inseparable from the trajectory of the music industry itself.

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A Tale of Two Bridges

written by: Tyler Remmert on June 22, 2012

From two different songs that split the indie and Top 40 camps into their traditional positions

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written by: Jason Radford on May 28, 2012

Neglecting the notion that stupidity is at the forefront of our most popular outlets is the most enraging part of it all.

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White Stripes Split