Fuck Tha Police

Sorry for the recent delays in posting. A lot has happened since, namely the spread of covid-19 and the death of George Floyd. The Black Lives Matters movement has harnessed a powerful energy that is introducing concepts and approaches to police brutality in the US that were previously seen as “radical”. Finally, our nation is talking about the ongoing militarization of the police, their insane budgets, and their continued killing

Interactions, not Transactions

One of the most influential facets of our culture on music is neoliberalism. And no, I’m not going to speak about song rights, the labor of the musician, the commercialization of songs, nor the Metallica/Napster fiasco. It’s the ethics that capitalism invites into a musical relationship on which I want to comment. Music isn’t pure. It’s not a clean, unadulterated zone of creativity that we can step into and feel

Consonance Vs. Dissonance

It’s a scary moment most of us have experienced. You’re in the car, and it’s the perfect opportunity to show your friend that new song. You’ve been both listening to a lot of hiphop together for a while, and you’ve found something that’s just on the edge and it feels so good. So you press play, and hold your breath, watching their expression closely for any sign of the same

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