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“Jimikki Kammal” is the Latest Diwali Dance Craze

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by Ranjani Venkatakrishnan The Malayalam song “Jimikki Kammal” has rocketed to fame as everyone’s new Diwali dance number! Through October, at any and every Diwali party and event, Jimikki Kammal was a must-play,… Continue reading

Plenty of Room in the Trunk Space

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Plenty of Room in the Trunk Space by William Weinstein photos by Kelly Fox   Everything at the Trunk Space is quite obviously a work of the local arts scene. Even the blackout… Continue reading

The “TREMOR” Shakes Up EDM Performance

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By Melanie Rogoff (host of Euromerica Radio)   It is fascinating to see what can be achieved musically with technology. Today, I came across a very talented artist named AFISHAL, who developed the… Continue reading

Rebel Lounge Panel Series Aims to Boost Local Music Industry

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From left to right: Nathan Dohse, Gabo de Fayuca, Jessica Hill, Kyle Dehn Rebel Lounge Panel Series Aims to Boost Local Music Industry by Nikole Tower   Local artists gathered in Rebel Lounge… Continue reading

Somewhere a Band is Playing; Life, Music, Death, and Immortality

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Somewhere a Band is Playing; Life, Music, Death, and Immortality by Damon Smith   “Dearly beloved We are gathered here today To get through this thing called life Electric word ‘life’ It means… Continue reading

Mexican Pop Punk Groups That Disappeared Without Notice

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  Mexican Pop Punk Groups That Disappeared Without Notice by Josie Olmos   Everyone has a pop punk group that reminds them of their childhood/pre­adolescent years. That phase we all went through in 2006/2007… Continue reading

Foo Fighters Shut Down Rumors in the Best Way Possible

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By Amanda Luberto Foo Fighters Shut Down Rumors in the Best Way Possible Band releases a video and announces “nobody’s going fucking solo” On Tuesday March 1st, the Foo Fighters sent out a… Continue reading

App Spotlight: Cymbal

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App Spotlight: Cymbal by Bri Arreguin-Malloy   Cymbal’s slogan is “Music discovery powered by friends, not algorithms,” and users go on to say that it is “Instagram for music”—both are accurate descriptions of… Continue reading

Re-Living the Plastic Age: The Buggles 35 Years Later

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By Damon Smith  August 1, 1981 at 12:01 AM arguably marked the beginning of a new age of music distribution. At that time the music video for The Buggles’ one and only hit… Continue reading

The Blend of Latin American Rock with Folk Music of its Countries of Origin.

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by Rolando Terrazas  The history of Latin American rock can be traced back to the decade of the 1960s, when many bands were doing song covers of North American bands. Some artists made… Continue reading