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Music Review Tuesday: Tame Impala “Lonerism”

Tuesday, December 11, 2012 | Review By Jay Nemeyer Tame Impala, a five-piece from Australia, has successfully merged the stylings of the Beatles, Pink Floyd, Black Sabbath, Cream, and other classic rock juggernauts with contemporary, “slick”, digital production methods.  The result: their new record, “Lonerism”.  Quite simply put, they’ve paid homage to their influences and added an element […]

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The Kennedy Center Unveils It’s New Organ

Wednesday, December 5, 2012 This past Tuesday the Kennedy Center unveiled their newly installed pipe organ for their main concert hall. The organ was gifted to the Kennedy Center by its Chairman, David M. Rubenstein, to mark the 40th Anniversary of the Kennedy Center as well as the intersecting 80th Anniversary of the National Symphony […]

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Are Indie Musicians Still Making CDs?

Tuesday, November 20, 2012 CD vs. MP3 As the music industry shifts further towards the digital content distribution model and music retail stores continue to shutter their doors, self-funded artists often ask the question: “is it still worth it to publish physical CDs?” The short answer is “yes.” For the unsigned artist, having physical CDs […]

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Audio Mastering In Layman’s Terms

Monday, November 5, 2012 What is audio mastering, and why do you need it for your music? For a moment, think about the last time you listened to music on the radio in your car, iTunes on your laptop, Spotify on your iPhone, or whatever your typical music source of choice is. Although the songs […]

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