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SILENCE! It’s the return of the tyrant, aka Furious 50. He is back at it again with his latest mixtape The Lost Tape. Released on May 22nd, The Lost Tape is full of gritty and boastful words and money-making schemes. 50 Cent recruits artists such as Kidd Kidd, Snoop Dogg, Precious Paris, Ned The Wino, [...]
Streaming out of Chicago comes the dynamic mash-up duo The Hood Internet. Over the past few years, Aaron Brink (ABX) and Steve Reidell (STV SLV) have been mixing both mainstream and underground hip-hop with indie songs. The both of them have a very extensive musical background and had experimental rap projects during their college years. [...]
June is Black Music Month, on June11th Rockers is highlighting Yellowman.
With anticipation building as the group tours the country once more (though the Pet Sounds lineup is long over) for their fiftieth anniversary, the release of The Beach Boys’ That’s Why God Made The Radio is perfectly timed—in a society that thrives on nostalgia, the Boys deliver nearly a half-century of American pop culture along [...]
The Canadian quartet Metric have been keeping their solid fan base antsy with the three year wait since their well received release of Fantasies in 2009. Lucky for fans, Synthetica still sports the sonic pop swirl that they loved in the past. Metric has never been a band to be ultra flashy and flamboyant – [...]
This past Friday, Berklee School of Music had the honor of screening the documentary, Under African Skies. This is a touching commemoration of the 25th anniversary of Paul Simon’s album Graceland, full of celebration and explanation of such a thoughtful album. Since the school is lucky enough to have Paul Simon as a member of the Board of Trustees, they also [...]
What happens when music combines with, or becomes, a call for revolution? The Beatles, the Byrds, Dylan, Gaye, Stevens and many, many more would all agree; the world begins to change, however incrementally small or exponentially large. “Songwriters who whittle complicated issues down to a simple, memorable melody, put their finger on the zeitgeist of a [...]
A few months ago I had the pleasure of interviewing Mr. Mike Kinsella, the front man of projects like Owen and American Football along with the drummer of Cap’n Jazz. If you don’t know who Mike Kinsella is, then you are missing out on a really important part of the 90s: emo. People now consider [...]
June is Black Music Month, on June 10th Secret Spot is highlighting Quincy Jones.
When you think Willie Nelson, you think badass – or at least you should. After sixty studio albums, becoming co-chair for the advisory board of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, heading the genre known as ‘outlaw country’ since the end of the 1960s that stuck it to the conservative restrictions of [...]