Tag Archive: music

Vinyl vs. iTunes: The future of musical integrity

Last year, as the decline of CD sales began to pull out of a nosedive and iTunes raked in roughly $6 billion in profits, an unlikely dark horse saw a 37 percent increase… Continue reading

The Grind

The artist lounge at the Westcott Theater in Syracuse is anything but impressive. The former projector space overlooking the one-room theater resembles a disused storage space. An old fridge sits awkwardly in the… Continue reading

Chris Baker on Jon Stewart on Alex Ross

In the 60s and 70s, rock ‘n roll emerged as America’s youth’s answer to “the man.” The anti-establishment movement proved music could defy social boundaries and cultural norms. But no such rebellion comes… Continue reading