Just Rese – HIPS EP

This post was published on indiebandguru.com One of the most powerful aspects of Hip-Hop is how fluid the genre can be. Hip-Hop has the viscosity to sound soulful and soothing, or warped into a menacing piece of gritty street representation. Hip-Hop songs can be made into dance plays, activist demonstrations, urban pantomimes, or rambunctious thrash […]

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Vince Guaraldi Trio’s ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ Compilation (2012 Remastering)

Image from amazon.com The Peanuts’ iconic drawings are a staple of American culture. Social media ensures the comics’ survival with attributing them to the relevance of modern day western hysteria and wholesomeness. Nothing else is more recognizable than seeing Snoopy or Charlie Brown displayed as holiday decorations and mesmerizing show play in middle-class American homes. […]

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Algebraic Success of Pete Rock and InI’s Center of Attention

Image from pete-rock.bandcamp.com In basic algebraic language, two variables multiply their values and result into an amplified value. Two and two go together, cultivating a new and higher integer. This basic understanding is translatable in the form of literature, art, and interpersonal and intrapersonal relationships. With the case of music, the basic translation meditates on […]

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Thoughts on Tyler, The Creator’s Music Inspired by Illumination & Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Album

Image from hotnewhiphop.com This post was published on UIC Radio. Any sort of material released during the holiday season is sure to garner attention from the unlikely listener. Although a popular icon among commercialized culture, Tyler, The Creator’s sound is still definitive amongst an arcane herd. Being an avid learner as well as a vivacious […]

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