J Frazzetta January 12th, 2015
2008 became 2009, and everyone knows what happened to Kanye at the VMA’s, so we can gloss over that. To escape the heat, he took time away from music to pursue other ventures, but landed in Hawaii for several months to work on his fifth album, the epic My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy which was released in November 2010. It was a righteous comeback, and West poured plenty of himself into that album while bringing along a huge cast of guests. His follow-up in 2013, the dark and skimpy Yeezus, would prove to be just as compelling, but for
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J Frazzetta January 11th, 2015 | Featured Artist
By 2008, if you heard the phrase Auto-Tune, there was a good chance the album you were listening to was pretty terrible. Auto-Tune is a bit of corrective software that allows subpar vocalists to hit certain notes while trying to sound human; trying is the key word. What happens when Kanye West decides to incorporate Auto-Tune and the use of an 808 drum machine for his fourth album, 808s & Heartbreak? Let’s find out.
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Jason Lightner January 8th, 2015 | Album Review
In a surprising turn of events, somehow, KoRn's latest album flew right under my radar. There I was, browsing the iTunes Music Store just the other day and suddenly there it was, staring me right in the face. Release date: October 4, 2013. I felt ashamed. I felt unfit to be a KoRn fan. "How could I not have known this was coming?" I asked myself, but found no answers other than the fact that, sometimes, these things just happen.
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Louise December 5th, 2014 | Artist Review
Six years ago, Leona Lewis was a big name. She had recently won the U.K. television series The X Factor and was breaking download records for her cover of Kelly Clarkson’s “A Moment Like This.” Next, she gained recognition for an original track, “Bleeding Love,” which reached number one in more than 30 countries, including the U.S. It ended up being the best-selling single of 2008. “Bleeding Love” was on her debut album, Spirit, which sold more than eight million copies. Leona is known for her powerful voice that covers a broad range of four octaves. She is a