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Docman, the King of All Hearts

words and photos by: Emily Macune Last summer, Docman, rapper and CEO of his own record label Empier Entertainment, headlined his first show in Houston, Texas. A few weeks later, Docman dropped his first full-length album, I’m Leaving: A Story Narrated by Ilunaee.  When I saw Docman headline his first show, I was struck by his […]

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Bringin’ Back the 80’s with Cameron Dezen Hammon

Unless I somehow got my hands on a DeLorean and then decided to go back to the 80’s, I don’t think that I ever would be able to appreciate the iconic music that came out of the decade if it weren’t for Cameron Dezen Hammon’s album, Words Don’t Bleed and her Addicted to Love concert […]

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Exploring the Library: Review of The Raincoats

In the third installment of the Exploring the Library series, one stellar volunteer slugs through the depths of the music library to (re)present this British post-punk album by The Raincoats. Check out Olivia’s contemporary take on this 1979 oldie below! Album: The Raincoats Artist: The Raincoats Label: Rough Trade Records Year: 1979 Love it or hate it, music made […]

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Exploring the Library: Review of Young Marble Giants

The KSPC library is jam-packed with all kind of musical goodies just waiting to be re-discovered. One volunteer ventured forth into this library labyrinth and emerged with a insightful review of a 1980 release from Young Marble Giants! Check out Olivia Wood’s review of Colossal Youth, learn about this cool album, expand your own library, and look out […]

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Album Review: Masaya Ozaki – Fluid and Dreaming of Stripes

Masaya Ozaki – Fluid and Dreaming of Stripes. Eilean Records  On his debut album, Masaya Ozaki, a Japanese composer and multi-instrumentalist, undergoes an in-depth examination in how much emotion can be provoked through a bare minimum of sound.  Using a variety of plucked string instruments (guitar and ukulele), piano, synth pads and tape manipulations, Ozaki […]

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