BY CARLY SNIDER
While Pitbull continues to embody his international character, his foreign flair is not enough to bring him success with Globalization.
BY MELINA GLUSAC
David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Avicii — they all mush together, right? In a world dominated by sharply dressed, white male DJs putting their name on songs sung by other people, it’s hard to set oneself apart.
BY ADAM THEISEN
It’s too bad that the gates to Jazz Appreciation are seemingly padlocked multiple times over, because it’s stifled the genre. The biggest household name that jazz has produced since Miles Davis is Kenny G, an artist who’s probably lampooned more than he’s respected.
BY RACHEL KERR
Now, when “calling” an Uber through the app, those who pay $10-a-month ($5 if you’re a student) for a premium Spotify account will be able to choose what music will play on the ride.
BY KENNETH SELANDER
The album is wholly in Ross’s comfort zone – sticking to the same formula he’s been using since day one. Hood Billionaire is the typical high intensity music that brought him his success in hit singles like “Hustlin’.”
BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY
“7/11” will be called a musical mess by many. That is OK because the BeyHive is in on the joke. If a beat was assigned to the racing hearts of Beyonce lovers as they jump around their messy bedrooms in their underwear, it would be “7/11.”
He's made guitars for Eric Clapton, Sonic Youth, the Byrds and Jerry Garcia, hung out with Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Iggy Pop and Jimi Hendrix and lived near the center of Ann Arbor's once-blossoming countercultural music scene. He's also one of the country's best instrument maker and he lives right around the corner.
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