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July 21, 2010, at 10:30 am — Arts and Culture | Music | music blog / / / / /

Just Jam!

Worrying about what art will be, before the art actually IS, can only hurt art. Just get it all out there, put all of your heart into something and if it sounds/looks/tastes/feels like mush, then its mush. However, the more we do it, the better it becomes. So, long story short, just jam!

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July 11, 2010, at 7:38 am — Arts and Culture | Music | music blog / / / / /

A Musical Thing

In terms of music, success typically means that someone is paying you big bucks to make your music, and you can buy your record at Best Buy. However, being the emotional-honesty-purist and societal skeptic that I am, I would beg to differ.

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June 11, 2010, at 6:58 am — Arts and Culture | Blogs | Music / / / / / / /

The Dissonant Truth

After hearing one of the strangest and most violently foreign peaces of music I’d ever heard, I ended up taking away a great comfort in knowing that you can always travel deeper in this limitless universe.

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June 2, 2010, at 2:39 pm — Arts and Culture | Blogs | Music / / /

Tribal Reprise

Tribal music is making a return, seeping slowly into our modern tunes, and as it was the first music that anyone made EVER, all it can do is bring us together.

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May 25, 2010, at 6:17 pm — Arts and Culture | Music / / / / / / / /

Scope & Scale of Tune & Tale

Playing with the scope and scale of the music as a whole vs. the actual message of the song is quite fascinating to me – especially when huge songs deal with tiny momentary topics, or tiny songs deal with massive truths.

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May 20, 2010, at 6:48 pm — Arts and Culture | Music | music blog / / /

The Sounds of Now

Now isn’t a bad time for music at all! We’ve got the internet, and the power it has given us has led to a diverse musical climate that encourages uniqueness.

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May 18, 2010, at 6:03 pm — Arts and Culture | Music / / / / / / /

Simplicity

I was having a conversation with my brother the other day about a new record that came out, and it lead to me discovering a problem I’m continually having with albums released in the last couple years. The issue is, for lack of better terminology, too much stuff!

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April 19, 2010, at 7:25 am — Arts and Culture | Music / / / / / / / /

Eclecticism and the Rise of Honest Music

This post is actually my final essay for LIB 310, Creativity, here at GVSU: Being both a passionate musician and an audio engineer on the verge of hurling myself into “the real world,” I’ve been examining and pondering this new musical climate, and it seems to be an incredible time to be a sound recordist, to be an instrumentalist, and to be a music lover.

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April 8, 2010, at 12:03 pm — Arts and Culture | Music | music blog / / /

Heavy Rotation

In an attempt to avoid a total site crash during “favorite things” week, I’ve limited myself to a “Favorite Albums” list. Check it out, this would be a fun post to have lots of comments/discussion on! What do you agree with, and/or what do you think I’m way off on? Don’t be shy, Jungle people.

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April 2, 2010, at 11:15 am — Arts and Culture | Music | music blog / / / / / /

Tasty Tunes

Whatever your personal art is, whether it be food, music, beer, painting, dance, or even math, if you’re passionate enough about it, you’ll never be alone. We’re all artists if we care enough about something.

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