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Feb
4

“Cabin Fever” by Visual Artist Theron Cook

When experiencing cabin fever, we tend to sleep, or have the urge to go outside even in the rain, sleet, or snow. The phrase is also used humorously to indicate simple boredom from being home alone. For visual artist Theron cook this experience inspires him to come up with ideas and concept to paint. Check […]

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Feb
2

Art Exhibit @ Alvernia University Francis Hall Miller Art Gallery

Alvernia University is hosting the art work of Mr. Ed Terrell and Theron Cook. The reception date is Thursday Feb. 13, 2014 @ 4:30 pm -6pm Francis Hall Miller Art Gallery, 400 Saint Bernardine Street, Reading PA, 19607. We hope to see you all there! Watch the video below to get a sneak peak of […]

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Jan
31

Review: “More Die of Heartbreak” by Chuckie Campbell

Written by David Nazario A native of Buffalo, New York, Chuckie Campbell is a breath of fresh air for Hip Hop fans looking for substance and depth in their music. Campbell, who also writes short stories and poetry  borrowed the name of his latest album, More Die of Heartbreak from author Saul Bellow’s novel of […]

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shakira
Jan
31

Can Female Artists Sell Records Without Being Lesbians?

Written by David Nazario With the release of Shakira’s new video for her song “Can’t Remember To Forget You” featuring Rihanna, one has to wonder, can women in 2014 sell records without selling bi-sexuality?  We’ve known for years that sex sells, but is heterosexual sex not enough for a female artist looking to top the […]

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Jan
31

Synaesynth Project Transforms Color into Musical Sound

Created by Daniel Kerris out of Melbourne, the Synaesynth Project may just be the most cutting-edge way to experience music and color technology yet. Described by Kerris as a “playable wind chime,” the sound system comprises hardware and software that allows users to experiment with the musical properties of colors with everyday objects like paintings or articles of clothing. Using […]

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Jan
31

Our Planet Earth Network (O.P.E.N.)

#MutheadMessage: The “Our Planet Earth” network is a collective of artists who are working with non-profits, farmers, environmentalists and green energy organizations to express real solutions for healing the earth through the arts. The introduction video below provides information about the core artists involved and the up and coming events being brought to you by “Our Planet Earth”. For more info about the […]

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gemini wired
Jan
29

Gemini Wired Takes a Stand Against Bullying

Written by David Nazario Having been bullied as a child herself, Gemini Wired takes the issue of bullying seriously, as evidenced in her latest video “What Now”. The video starts out with what appears to be real-life video caught on cell phone cameras featuring footage of young people being bullied and harassed and then transitions […]

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Jan
28

AMERIKAN OUTKAST

Mute’s own fashion blogger and stylist to the stars, Jay The Stylist had a chance to catch up with clothing brand AMERIKAN OUTKAST to find out what inspires the creators, and what fashion enthusiasts can expect from AMERIKAN OUTKAST in the coming seasons.  Read below to find out all of the details and to see a few […]

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Jan
27

“Pain Killer” by Visual artist Theron Cook

This video is titled: “Pain Killer” the words “Pain killer” refers to your labor of love, your craft that medicates, heals, solves problems, and gives euphoria. To be continued… Enjoy!     Join the Forum discussion on this post

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ApolloTheater
Jan
25

The Apollo Turns 80!

Sunday, January 26th marks the 80th birthday of the Apollo Theater. Located in Harlem on 125th street, the legendary theater opened its doors on the 26th of January in 1934. From an eight year old Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5 making their big debut on the Apollo’s stage, to Aretha Franklinn, Alicia Keys and Bruce […]

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Lorde
Jun
23

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Royals” by Lorde

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by 16 year old  New Zealand singer-songwriter, Lorde. “Royals” is a catchy Pop and Hip-Hop influenced song that we’re sure you’ll be snapping your fingers to. For more on Lorde, check out her Facebook fan page: https://www.facebook.com/lordemusic and download her EP, The Love Club, via […]

bridget kelly
Jun
22

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Special Delivery” by Bridget Kelly

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by New York City R&B/Pop artist, Bridget Kelly. The Roc Nation-signed singer has been working with producers Frank Ocean, The-Dream, Ne-Yo and Ryan Leslie (to name a few), and her debut album is set to be released soon! Download “Special Delivery” via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/SpecialDelivery

airplane boys
Jun
21

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Brave” by The Airplane Boys

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Beck Motley & Bon Voyage, better known as upcoming Canadian hip-hop/pop duo, The Airplane Boys. Check out “Brave” and download The Airplane Boys’ new mixtape “Brave New World” on their offiicial site here: http://theairplaneboys.com  

blestsoundz
Jun
20

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Certified” by BlestSoundz ft. J-Fly

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Reading, PA artist, BlestSoundz featuring J-Fly. Check out the video, and for more on BlestSoundz. For more on BlestSoundz, check out his soundcloud page: https://soundcloud.com/blestsoundz

london grammar
Jun
17

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Wasting My Years” by London Grammar

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by up and coming London-based band, London Grammar. Check out the visually stunning music video for “Wasting My Years”, and for more info on the band, check out their official site: http://www.londongrammar.com/  

sol
Jun
15

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Sometime In April” by Sol

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Seattle hip-hop artist, Sol. Although only a little under 2 minutes long, “Sometime In April” showcases Sol’s incredible lyrical flow. For more on Sol, visit solsays.com

cris cab
Jun
13

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Another Love” by Cris Cab Ft. Wyclef Jean

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by  19 year old Miami artist-on-the-rise, Cris Cab. Cris has been generating a buzz, having been mentored by Pharrell Williams, opened shows for Gym Class Heroes and T-Pain, and as heard on this track, collaborated with Wyclef Jean. For more on Cris Cab, visit http://www.criscab.com/

loreen
Jun
12

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “We Got The Power” by Loreen

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Swedish pop singer/producer, Loreen. If you’re familiar with the Eurovision Song Contest, you may recognize Loreen as the winner from the 2012 competition with her song, “Euphoria.” The new single “We Got The Power” is available via iTunes: http://smarturl.it/WGTP and you can check out her […]

KTD
Jun
11

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Doo-Wah” by Kids These Days

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by self-proclaimed “traphouse rock” band, Kids These Days. The Chicago band features Macie Stewart (vocals/keys), Nico Segal (trumpet), J.P. Floyd (trombone), Lane Beckstrom (bass), Greg Landfair, Jr. (drums), and Liam Cunningham (guitar/vocals). Check out this unique group and download their album “Traphouse Rock” for FREE here: http://bit.ly/ktdthr

matt corby
Jun
10

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Resolution” by Matt Corby

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Australian singer-songwriter (also the 2007 Australian Ido runner-up), Matt Corby. “Resolution” is a beautiful showcases of Corby’s strong, soulful vocals. For more on Matt Corby, check out his official site: http://www.mattcorby.com  

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