When Eminem released his latest album, The Marhsall Mathers LP 2 Hip Hop fans were excited to say the least. Along with that excitement came a bit of surprise when everyone heard a very direct diss to fellow emcee Asher Roth. Apparently, Eminem took offense to a song made by Asher called “As I Em”. On “Asshole” […]
Earlier this week the Mute Magazine team met up with some pretty amazing artists, photographers and stylists to shoot the cover of the Winter 2014 Issue, “The PA Issue”. Just because we love all of you #Muteheads so much, we decided to give you a behind the scenes look at what went down during the […]
Distorted urban realism artist Justin Bua visited Kutztown University last week to give a presentation about the origins of Hip Hop and how his art has chronicled the culture from its inception. Bua spoke to a crowd of college students in the student union building at Kutztown University giving those in attendance an in depth […]
Written by Sharice Towles Paintings displaying various musical icons, poets reciting, and musicians playing harmoniously set the tone for an enjoyable art show at the T.E.A. Factory. “I Sell Rockz”, a tribute show that took place on Saturday, November 9th, consisted of talent from various artists from Reading, PA. The T.E.A Factory is a venue […]
Written by Ashlee Chanelle 1. Pure Heroine by Lorde Seventeen year-old, New Zealand songstress Lorde burst onto the scene with her hit single “Royals” and has taken the music industry by storm with her highly anticipated debut album, Pure Heroine. The album fails to disappoint and is considered one of the best of 2013 thus […]
“Shining On” is an EP for soul and funk music lovers who may have missed out on the stylings of legends like James Brown and Al Green. The EP, by Ron Littlejohn and the Funk Embassy is a culmination of funk and soul tracks featuring an impressive list of talented musicians who contributed to individual […]
Written by David Nazario Having been in the business for almost forty years, Kevin Jenkins is a true legend in the game. Most known for his expertise on the bass, Jenkins is now branching out on his own (with the help of friend Tomas Doncker) to try his hand as a solo artist. Doncker, who […]
List compiled and written by David Nazario & Ashlee Chanelle 1. Nirvana You can’t have a best of the 90s list without including grunge Rock pioneers Nirvana, where would the Teen Spirit be in that? 2. TLC Known for being the best-selling female group of all time, TLC is legendary. While T-Boz and Chili are […]
Written by Ashlee Chanelle M.I.A. teamed up with Versace’s sister-line, Versus for a new collection. The line, dedicated to the singer’s mother, was inspired by bootlegs and knock-offs of the Versace brand and features items for both men and women. Leave it to M.I.A. to add a message and a bit of artistic flair! Shop […]
Written Ashlee Chanelle Rising pop artist, Simon Curtis burst onto the music scene back in 2009, with his EP, Alter Boy. In 2010, he released his first full-length album, 8Bit Heart, and in 2011, his first commercial, critically-acclaimed release, RA. Prior to his success as an artist and music producer, Curtis had had an extensive career […]
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Los Angeles singer/songwriter, Paul Kim. Known for both his YouTube covers and original songs, it’s only a matter of time before Kim really blows up! Listen to the mellow groove of “Getaway” and check out Paul’s other music via his official site: www.paulkimmusic.com
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Washington Heights, NYC artist JP Perez, better known as Audubon. Check out Audubon’s new single, “The Substitute” and catch him on MTV’s new hit show, “Washington Heights.”
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Sirah. With a hip-hop/pop/dubstep influenced sound, Sirah is bringing a new style to the game. Check out the video for “Up & Down”, and download Sirah’s “C.U.L.T. Too Young To Die” EP for free here: sirahmusic.bandcamp.com/album/c-u-l-t-too-young-to-die
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is “Sleep” by Allen Stone. Be sure to keep an eye out for this soulful singer, he is sure to have a bright future in the music industry. Download his self titled album on iTunes by following this link:http://tinyurl.com/cww3ljc Photo courtesy of radiopotato.com
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Outkast member, Big Boi. This time Big Boi solicited the help of ATL heavy hitters T.I. and Ludacris. Check out the anthem “In The A” right here!
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is in honor of MLK Day! Watch here as MJB and U2 sing a song about togetherness and unity.
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Joss Stone. Joss’s The Soul Sessions Vol 2 is in stores now!
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Mumford and Sons. “Lover of the Light” is a single off of the band’s latest album, Babel. The single ‘Lover Of The Light’ is now available from iTunes http://bit.ly/BabelDeluxe The new album ‘Babel’ is out now and available at http://www.mumfordandsons.com
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Dr. Fowlmouf. Produced by Vic Grimes, “Something Wrong” is a funny look at an underground MC’s struggle to collaborate with rappers in his hometown. “Something Wrong” is featured on Dr. Fowlmouf’s latest mixtape, Musick.
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Lady Catherine Anna Brudenell-Bruce, better known as Bo Bruce. Known for her appearance on The Voice UK, this is the singer’s first release since the competition. For more on Bo Bruce, check out her web site: www.bo-bruce.com. Download “The Fall” free here: http://emailunlock.com/bo-bruce/the-fall