The importance of concert photography Humans are a visual species and the need for visual stimulation has bloomed with the advancement of technology. One aspect of the visual playground that is often taken for granted is the art of concert photography. A person in attendance
Though he’s been a musician for 17 years, Hooman Abbasi doesn’t look 32 years old. Tall and gangly with rosy cheeks and dressed in a loose shirt with the sleeves rolled back, he looks like a college intern for Pitchfork or some other music blog.
Commercial music consumption is at the highest it has ever been. With streaming services such as Apple Music, YouTube Red, Spotify, and previously free websites such as SoundCloud making the move towards monetizing its services, music is becoming more accessible, albeit controlled. This isn’t to
NOBODY WANTS CAKE BY THE OCEAN Late last summer, DNCE released their debut single “Cake By The Ocean,” which reached the top 10 charts in the US in almost no time. And while it may have been a worldwide hit, the song itself remained lackluster.
Weird songs can be weird. Aside from the obvious, they allow the listener to explore odd topics and sonically irregular compositions and often find something that comes as a fantastic surprise. Odd and obscure songs allow listeners to get the inside scoop into topics and
#Album // Jun Lee In this modern day and age, society needs to attach labels on numerous things to understand them. Music is no exception: Despite the comprehensive and blend of genres and styles, music has constantly evolved as a subjective field. In a world
A LOST IDEA OF UNITY Today, “skinhead” has become something of a dirty word. It is inevitably associated with racism, nazism, and white supremacism; but what the majority of people don’t know is that “real” skinheads were not connected to racism or prejudice. The skinhead
#ADAM NOBERT // Taylor Kirby Freddie Mercury has been dead for 26 years, but Queen rocks on. With Adam Lambert taking the lead mic, Queen has launched its 2017 world tour and will play a packed Pepsi Center on July 6—despite the fact that Queen
Rap and hip-hop at the summit music hall On Feb. 17, Red Bull Sound Select (RBSS) hosted three captivating rap and hip-hop acts at Denver’s Summit Music Hall. This year’s RBSS was well attended, overrun with music fans in street wear to see local act
THIRD PARTY SELLERS TEST FANS’ LIMITS The announcement for a tour goes up. Fans get on Ticketmaster hours before the tickets even go on sale, refreshing the page every few minutes, and when the concert goes on sale people surge to buy their tickets before