What You Aren’t Listening to But Should Be – Snarky Puppy Essay

Greetings True Believers, I am back to drop some knowledge after a long hiatus. The trials and tribulations of being a part-time law student and a full-time music junky have made it difficult for me to find the time to write. This, coupled with the fact that I haven’t really heard anything strikingly…

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Essay About Umphrey’s McGee Death By Stereo Album Review

I have long-awaited this album. I would say I was more excited about the release of this record than any record to come out since The Strokes’ Angles, and truthfully I wasn’t even half as excited about that release. Don’t get me wrong, I love The Strokes, but Umphrey’s McGee is…

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Essay About Umphrey’s McGee — Concert Review

So our music writer has long been a wee bit obsessed with Umphreys McGee. The band came through Boston last night, performing at the House of Blues (a perfect venue), so I decided to tag along and see what all the fuss was about. For those of you who aren’t…

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Essay About The Strokes — Angles Album Review

I remember the exact place I was when I bought the first single off of The Strokes’ third album First Impressions of Earth. I was sitting in my Vegan-Vegetarian dorm, at the University of Vermont, hating my life because of the first part of this sentence. I bought the track “Juicebox,”…

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Essay About The Death of Rock and Roll?

While I skimmed through the channels not so patiently waiting for the premiere of Anthony Bourdaine’s 100th episode of the Travel Channel’s “No Reservations,” I stopped at the Palladia Channel. Palladia is a shoot off of MTV, made to appear as a channel that caters to a more musically inclined crowd, and not…

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The 15 Best Boston Rappers Essay

The 15 Best Boston Rappers – not an easy list to compile. Boston is about as famous for rappers as New York is for the Mets – but as with the Mets, even Boston has a rap star or two. This led me to really scour the Boston rap seen…

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Essay About SuperHeavy Album Review

Today marks an interesting day in Music history – the release of a very unique album by an uncanny crew of musicians. Today SuperHeavy released their self-titled debut album. SuperHeavy is a rock super group consisting of Mick Jagger, Joss Stone, Damian Marley, Dave Steward, and A.R. Rahman. SuperHeavy is the brainchild…

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Sixto Rodriguez (Sugar Man) & Kopecky Family Band – Worthy of a Listen Essay

It’s been a while since we’ve posted a music article, so I’m going to hit you today with a “Worthy of a listen” summer edition post. We’ve got three options for you – everything from the massively popular to the massively obscure. Rodriguez Searching for Sugar Man soundtrack – Sixto Rodriguez is a…

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Essay About Jay-Z & Kanye “Watch The Throne” Review

If you have read any of my other posts regarding the music business, you may have inferred that I would despise artists like Kanye West and Jay-Z. You might guess that I would say that Jay-Z is at best a mediocre rhymesmith and a very savvy businessman, who simply had…

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Essay About Foster the People Torches Album Review

So to my excitement Monday night, I was able to purchase the long awaited (for me) debut album from the band Foster The People whom I had written a “What You Aren’t Listening To but Should Be” article about. I knew that I would not be able to listen to…

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Essay About Foo Fighters Wasting Light Album Review

Let me start by saying that there was a time, circa 1997, when The Colour and the Shape may have been my favorite album… but that was a long time ago. I’m not sure what intrigued me about this milestone album from Dave Grohl’s brainchild, Foo Fighters. Maybe I was pulled towards the…

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