An Ode to Mac Miller

Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison, and Kurt Cobain. Looking back on an artist’s work seems almost incomplete when their life was taken away at such a young age. Artists in their twenties have barely grasped the edge of their creative ability, and tears fall as music lovers reminisce on what could have been. Mac Miller was a truly modern musician. He redefined the genre … Continue reading An Ode to Mac Miller

Creativity Within Reach: SoundCloud’s Contribution to the Modern Music World

The chances of artists getting recognized for their talent is a tedious task, especially with no means to get their art publicized. The outdated practice of selling CD’s on the streets now has a more modern twist. With the progression of technology allowing artists to publish their work, the industry welcomes an influx on new creativity. Soundcloud, the free music platform, has conducted a musical … Continue reading Creativity Within Reach: SoundCloud’s Contribution to the Modern Music World

Florence + The Machine, Hunger. The New Golden Age

I was recently asked to write about the “new golden age of alternative female artists” and although I think I probably missed the true era of unapologetic female rockers like Blondie, Stevie Nicks, and Joan Jett I will say that there is one female artist of the 2000’s (and last month) that I am unconditionally in love with, and that is Florence Welch of Florence … Continue reading Florence + The Machine, Hunger. The New Golden Age