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February, 2013

January, 2013

  • 24 January

    Signs of Piano Damage

    The average piano contains thousands of moveable parts—the estimation is about 50 parts per key. Each small part has a specific function and works in conjunction with the rest to produce rich tones and music. Unfortunately, with so many delicate parts, it’s easy for your Steinway Model L to get ...

  • 24 January

    Marrying Sounds and Visuals: The Bands that Do It Right

    Music tends to be a purely aural experience that draws off all the complexities of sound to evoke emotions, memories, thoughts, and feelings. It all just proves how powerful sound can be. Even in concert, while you can see the energy of the band on display, it’s still primarily about ...

  • 24 January

    Talib Kweli Live at SOBs

    It was an amazing night at New York City’s SOBs.  Brooklyn’s own Talib Kweli graced the stage in front a sold out crowd. 1 day before the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, Kweli’s dedicated his performance to the memories of  Civil Rights activists such as Dr. Martin Luther King, and ...

  • 22 January

    Atari files for bankruptcy

      Atari files for bankruptcy After 40 years in business, legendary video game company Atari SA has filed for bankruptcy protection in Paris and New York.  Atari dwelled in financial turmoil for quite some time, and things went sour after they lost the prime shareholder BlueBay. According to Atari, they ...

  • 22 January

    Hip-Hop Inaugural Ball

    Hip Hop Legends and new comers arrived at Harman Center for Arts for this years Hip Hop Inaugural Ball.  Created by Russell Simmons, the evening was hosted Terrence J (BET), and La La Anthony (Carmelo’s wife).  This event was a celebration of President Obama’s legacy and Hip Hop’s Role in ...

  • 21 January

    Lupe Fiasco Kicked Off Stage At Inaugural Concert For Obama Bashing

      Lupe Fiasco has found himself in hot water on Sunday after insulting President Obama on stage for 30 minutes during an inaugural concert. Lupe was booked as the headline artist for the StartUp RockOn concert in celebration of Obama’s reelection, but he had no plans of performing any of his ...

  • 21 January

    British Filmmaker Michael Winner Dies At 77

      Famed British director Michael Winner has passed away at the age of 77. According to Winner’s wife, Geraldine, Michael died in his London home after battling an illness. Winner has directed 30 movies in his professional career, including three Death Wish films that starred the late Charles Bronson. Winner also worked ...