Posted by Brittany Barth on 12/20 at 06:04 PM
With 2013 rapidly approaching, an update to your music library is in order. In case you haven’t been able to come up with a New Year’s resolution yet (don’t feel bad, I haven’t either) why not make it your goal to broaden your taste in music?
Don’t know where to start?
Begin with Katie Herzig’s latest album The Waking Sleep.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 12/10 at 11:38 AM
I hope you accepted my invitation to come out to the Asher Roth and The White Panda concert at Alumni Hall on Friday night. If you didn’t, then you made a mistake. Both Asher Roth and The White Panda established themselves as the new authorities of party music.
I was ecstatic over the fact I had been able to score a press/photo pass for the show courtesy of SPA. My VIP status enabled me to stand in front of the barricade, where I was up close and personal with the stage and the performers.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 12/08 at 11:05 AM
If you’re a fan of hip-hop diva Nicki Minaj and have anxiously been awaiting the arrival of her new material, look no further than her revamped album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded The Re-Up. It’s basically her sophomore album if it had taken a dose of steroids.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 12/07 at 12:33 PM
If you still haven’t made any plans this Friday night, then allow me to invite you to what will be one great party in State College. Sound like something you’re interest in? Of course it does. Now for the details:
What: Some killer rap and kickass party music
Where: Alumni Hall located inside the HUB
When: Friday night, 10 PM
Posted by Brittany Barth on 12/05 at 03:28 PM
Posted by Brittany Barth on 11/26 at 04:20 PM
About a week ago, while I was listening to music via YouTube, I began perusing through the “Recommended” section to the left of the page. I feel as though this section is often overlooked (at least it was by me) but it’s a musical goldmine. So often it has led me to fantastic artists who I would never have known about otherwise. And, once again, the goldmine didn’t let me down.
While browsing haphazardly through a sea of unfamiliar artists, I settled on one by the name of Delilah. Her single “Shades Of Grey” was being featured and after listening to it, I knew that her music was something I wanted to investigate further. After exploring the UK-based singer-songwriter in depth, I was pleasantly surprised.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 11/21 at 02:22 PM
Looking for a cool jam over the break?
Check out Flight Facilities’ single, “Crave You”. I discovered the band through Pandora after I started radio based on Lana Del Rey. There isn’t much in the way of biography on the band and from what Spotify suggests, they have only released three singles, most of which have been remixed by various DJs.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 11/14 at 04:00 PM
In in her newest single “How to be a Heartbreaker,” Marina and the Diamonds have the guide to breaking hearts.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 11/12 at 05:23 PM
If you’re looking for a singer with powerhouse vocals, a songwriter who has mastered the ability to capture the most heartfelt of lyrics, and an album that is utterly poignant, your search ends here.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 11/07 at 04:02 PM
Seeing the Toots and the Maytals perform at The State Theatre on Monday night happened by chance. During my first class last Thursday morning, my professor offered what would now be “two free tickets” to see the Toots and the Maytals perform as he could no longer go. “They play reggae music,” he said. Instead of allowing him to elaborate further (which may have encouraged another one of my peers to snatch the tickets before I could) I piped up. “I’ll go!”
And so the tickets were mine.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 11/05 at 01:13 AM
If you’re looking for a taste of Jamaica in downtown State College, head to The State Theatre on tonight.
The Toots and the Maytals are performing at 8 p.m., and they’ll be heating up State College with their Caribbean flare.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 11/02 at 02:22 PM
Posted by Brittany Barth on 11/02 at 01:21 PM
Considering the hectic week I’ve had, I decided to slow things down with James Morrison.
I discovered the UK-based singer/songwriter back in 2006 when he toured with John Mayer and I fell in love. As soon as he stepped up to the microphone, introduced himself with that dreamy voice of his, and began to strum the chords to his first song, I knew that he was destined for my iPod. His first album, Undiscovered, was on repeat for the rest of the summer.
Posted by Brittany Barth on 10/30 at 04:31 PM
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