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Artist of the Week: Nate Bergman

Posted by Greg on Mar 7, 2022 in Music

Who the heck knows what makes music popular these days? The more one casually listens to Top 40, the more disenchanted one feels. At least that’s true for this writer.

In a perfect world Nate Bergman would be a chart-topper. Whether that ends up happening remains to be seen. But if this blog has any say in the world (and we think it has some) let this be the first of many posts championing the likes of Mr. Bergman. Read more…

 
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Midlake Gets Personal on New Song “Noble”

Posted by Greg on Mar 1, 2022 in Music

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Some people listen to songs to find themselves in the lyrics. Others listen to hear a narrative play out that allows them to dream and ponder. And others want to hear a songwriter’s anguish. This writer certainly leans towards the latter two and nowhere is that more apparent than on Midlake’s new song “Noble.” Read more…

 
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Movie of the Week – Worst to First: The True Story of Z100 New York

Posted by Greg on Feb 15, 2022 in Movies, Music

There’s a certain pride in being from New York. A kind of pride that’s hard to explain. Sure everyone is proud of their hometown but New York City, well that’s something different. Okay, sure, technically Long Island was home but the amount of time I’ve spent living and working in NYC is enough to call it home. Even now a decade-plus into living in Central Florida, there are some things one still misses about NYC. Z100 is one of those things. I can’t begin to tell you how many bus rides, carpools, road trips and mundane errands had Z100 as the backdrop. But how exactly did Z100 become the household name it is today? Read more…

 
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Our Favorite Albums of 2021 (61 in total)

Posted by Greg on Dec 12, 2021 in Music

Lists are stupid. Really, really stupid. I don’t like making these lists but America loves them and as such, here it goes. Now for the disclaimer. Are these all the best albums of the year? Probably not. I can’t listen to everything. And now for the controversial part. This list might be alphabetical next year. Why you ask? It can be argued that album #50 is as good as #1 and #35 is as good as #2. But nonetheless here goes. Read more…

 
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Song of the Day – Bielfield – “Magnet”

Posted by Greg on Dec 3, 2021 in Music

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We’re always eager to find music that comes out of left field and today’s selection is no different. Kyle Bielfield who performs under his surname is an opera tenor with a Juilliard degree, a stint in the Met Opera and an appearance in the Pulitzer Prize-winning opera Angel’s Bone. We always like to celebrate the weekend with a dose of pop music and today is no exception. Read more…

 
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A Look Back: Duke Daniels – Help Is On The Way

Posted by Greg on Nov 29, 2021 in Music

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Let’s take a dive in the Wayback Machine and revisit the days of the early 00s. Nu metal, Napster, LimeWare and the American Pie movie franchise, the hilarious coming-of-age set of movies featuring Eugene Levy and Jason Biggs among others. Read more…

 
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Band of the Week: Rowan

Posted by Greg on Oct 20, 2021 in Music

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As much as we all love American-made music there is no denying that artists and bands east of the Atlantic just do music better. Whether its The Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Queen, U2 or Coldplay, the list of Irish and British bands and artists is pages long. Heck, we could add Elton John, Oasis and Ed Sheeran to that list and not even be scratching the surface. Read more…

 
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Song Of The Day: Bitch – “Hello Meadow!”

Posted by Greg on Oct 8, 2021 in Music

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Who doesn’t enjoy being surprised by music? After all that love of discovery is what fueled this very blog. Read more…

 
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Debut Spotify Playlist – 40 Songs for Early October 2021

Posted by Greg on Oct 7, 2021 in Music

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At the day job a couple friends have urged me to put together a Spotify playlist of 40 songs that captivated my attention the last few days. We’re hoping to make this a somewhat regular occurence, but we’ll see if that carries forward. Fair warning, if the playlist ever uses the moniker Goyo, well, it’s a long story. The long and short of it is this: the nickname started in middle school and was reinvented when I joined RMCAD in December 2018. Nearly 90 percent of the college refers to me as Goyo.

Back to the playlist, it is far from perfect, but without further ado, the tracklist can be found at the jump. Read more…

 
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Denver Comes Alive 2021 Scheduled for Dec. 4

Posted by Greg on Oct 6, 2021 in Music

For most of my life Denver was just a city with the Broncos, the Nuggets and Coors Field. That all changed in 2018 when I joined the team at RMCAD. Now the city of Denver means so much more. Read more…

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