Monthly Archive: February, 2016

Live or Recorded? “Piece of Me” MK ft. Becky Hill

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Live or Recorded? “Piece of Me” MK ft. Becky Hill by Melanie Rogoff (host of Euromerica)   Hailing from Detroit, MK (Marc Kinchen) is undoubtably one of the hottest house music producers of… Continue reading

Star Wars Headspace

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Star Wars Headspace Various Artists [Hollywood Records and American Recordings, 2016] by Jacob McAuliffe I imagine that even for super fans of Star Wars, the electronic compilation album Star Wars Headspace is a… Continue reading

Hillsong United: Interview

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By Blake Benard Matt shares what it’s like to be a part of a band that’s been around for nearly 20 years and how they’ve changed since their creation in 1998. Hillsong United… Continue reading

7 Minutes In Heaven: An Interview

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photo courtesy of Teri Cwiek by Deanna Romani Blazed By The Bell alumni 7 Minutes In Heaven are up to a lot of big things this year, and the biggest is yet to… Continue reading

Hoodie Allen’s Happy Camper Tour Makes a Valentine’s Day Stop at the Marquee Theatre

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Hoodie Allen’s Happy Camper Tour Makes a Valentine’s Day Stop at the Marquee Theatre by Deanna Romani photos by Deanna Romani   Valentine’s Day is typically a holiday spent with loved ones, but this… Continue reading

A Sad Girl’s Admission of Love

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By Amanda Luberto A Valentine’s Day playlist for those of us who grew up emo but somehow found someone to stick with us. Scream sing along to these songs about being a sad… Continue reading

One Direction Revisits Their “History” in New Video

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One Direction Revisits Their “History” in New Video by Celeste Gonzalez   As of the third week of December, One Direction has officially gone on their hiatus. However, right before going on their two year… Continue reading

Interview: IAMWE

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Interview: IAMWE by Deanna Romani photo by Jess Swarner   Local band IAMWE stopped by Blaze Radio’s studio to chat on Blazed by the Bell. Check out the interview below, and tune in… Continue reading

The Music of Super Bowl 50

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The Music of Super Bowl 50 by Kat Chapman   If you’re anything like me, you couldn’t care less about the actual football game that was played on Sunday. Something else brought you to… Continue reading

Beyoncé’s “Formation” Challenges America with an Equal Rights Message

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  Beyoncé Challenges America with an Equal Rights Message by Imani Stephens   Just as the second week of Black History Month comes to an end, the iconic pop star, Beyoncé, shut the… Continue reading