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The star player on a team will always have the responsibility to carry his team to victory. If the team is successful, he gets the praise; if the team is not, he gets the blame. Sometimes this is an unfair critique.
Recently, the sports world has been lit up by the New York Knicks' failure to secure the first overall pick in the draft and then failing to secure major free agents, most notably Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving.
A little while ago, I was tagged to do the “10 Albums that Influenced Your Musical Taste” challenge on Facebook. While, I didn’t participate in it due to how anxiety inducing it was to pick just 10 albums, it got me thinking about how my musical taste came to be. So, instead of just posting covers for 10 albums that heavily influenced my taste in music, I decided to do a write up of a small selection of my favorite albums.
An interview with one of the unquestionably best upcoming acts in Indie Rock. Australian indie-pop rock stars, Middle Kids, really came out of nowhere earlier this year. After getting a shout-out from Elton John, they took off running. They toured the U.S twice, appeared on Conan, played at SXSW, and finally appeared at Austin City...
Written by Mason Cheng and Sarah Medeiros Everyone knows now that Kendrick Lamar's DAMN is another great release in the Compton rapper's legendary career, that Father John Misty dropped the most existential album of 2017 with Pure Comedy, and Thundercat released another modern jazz classic with Drunk; but what about the albums that didn't get much attention?
Xavier Omär seemingly created success solely out of being himself and constant persistence. He went from a mere unknown R&B singer out of a seemingly nonexistent San Antonio R&B scene to getting shout outs from big names in the genre.
I discovered Titus Andronicus when a friend got me The Monitor for Christmas during my sophomore year of high-school. Their distinctly punk-rock-meets-americana-folk sound definitely caught my attention. Since then, Titus Andronicus has been slowly abandoning their punk roots with the bar-band sounding Local Business and the ballad heavy The Most Lamentable Tragedy.
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You here a lot of talk about tone woods and resonance. But wait, the pickup is not a microphone. It is not picking up air vibrations. There is a vibrating metal line (the string) that is interrupting a magnetic field. How could the wood effect the output sound?...