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Feb
25

Coldplay Releases New Song and Video

A bit of a different sound from Coldplay, “Midnight” is the band’s latest release. Be one of the first to hear the new song right here and leave us a comment letting us know if you’re a fan of this new sound from Coldplay!

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yeezys
Feb
21

“These The Red Octobers” by JayTheStylist

“Using ‘it’ statement pieces for ones outfit is always ideal and will add boldness to a simple look!” -  JayTheStylist Outfit Denim Long Tee by TOPMAN available at TOPMAN.com Leather Sweat Joggers by TOPMAN available at TOPMAN.com Sneakers by Nike Air Yeezy 2 “Red October” available at BIGCARTEL.com Accessories Leather Snapback by Red Lambskin available at STAMPDLA.com Chains by KING […]

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gavin thomas
Feb
21

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Man Overboard” by Seasick Mama

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by New York native Seasick Mama. Enjoy “Man Overboard” right here! To learn more about this artist making her way from up under the edge, visit: http://www.seasickmama.com Photo Credit: Gavin Thomas

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Feb
11

Art becomes life… (Body Painting) by Visual Artist Theron Cook

#Art becomes life… #Bodypainting Simplicity is the ultimate Sophistication ” I believe the greatest part of body painting is capturing expression & art combined to create an everlasting masterpiece.” Mark Reid  

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Feb
9

Recording Artist Deja Ellison’s Varsity Street Chic Style

My vision when styling Deja is to keep every look one that her audience can relate to. She already has a style of her own, so me being her stylist I add more of the edgy rebel touch while still keeping feminine qualities that stand out. – Jay The Stylist Check out the details for this […]

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Feb
9

Review: “Burden To Bear” by Lael Summer

Written by David Nazario Burden To Bear is the first album released by soul singer and native New Yorker Lael Summer. A True Groove Global Soul Production, Burden To Bear is a 12-track album written almost entirely by Lael and Tomas Doncker, (the Hall & Oates cover “Do What You Want, Be What You Are” […]

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jts
Feb
4

Street Style by Jay The Stylist

Street style is all about embracing ones sense of style with an edgy, trendy and fashion forward look. -  Jay The Stylist Here are the details and places to get everything featured in today’s street style inspired ensemble! Outfit Baggy V-neck tee by  LNA available at: LESPOMMETTES.com Distorted Boyfriend Jeans by TOPSHOP available at: Nordstrom.com Moto-Inspired […]

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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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chuckie album
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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DirtySouth
Aug
14

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Until The End” by Dirty South Ft. Joe Gil

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Grammy-nominated DJ/producer, Dragan Roganovic, better known as Dirty South. With the help of vocalist Joe Gil, Dirty South gives us a great, electronic dance tune for the summer! Check out the video for “Until The End” and download Dirty South’s album Speed of Life […]

brandy butler
Aug
12

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Choo Choo (The SBB Song)” by Brandy Butler

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Brandy Butler. “Choo Choo” is the debut single off of Brandy’s solo project. Download “Choo Choo (The SBB Song)” now at iTUNES: https://itunes.apple.com/ch/album/cho…

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Aug
7

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Tough Luck” by Wordspit The Illest

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Wordspit The Illest. Enjoy Muteheads!    

boss
Jul
27

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Are You Ready” by Boss Carrot

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Boss Carrot. Boss represents Stoners Garden and will be featured in the Summer/Fall “Brooklyn” Issue of Mute Magazine. Be on the lookout for Boss and his Stoners Garden crew!

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Jul
26

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Sweater Weather” by The Neighbourhood

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by California-based alternative rock band,  The Neighbourhood. After their formation in 2011, the band released two EPs (I’m Sorry, Thank You). Now, they are back with their new full-length album, I Love You and this incredible single,” Sweater Weather.” Check out the video below, […]

johnnyswim
Jul
24

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Heart Beats” by Johnnyswim

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Amanda Sudano and Abner Ramirez, better known as  Los Angeles-based duo, Johnnyswim. The duo incorporates a unique mix of pop, soul, folk, and rock into their music, and it is evident on their new single, “Heart Beats.” Check out the video for the […]

ElizaDoolittle
Jul
19

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Big When I Was Little”

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by soulful London singer-songwriter, Eliza Doolittle. “Big When I Was Little” is sweet song, perfect for summer reminiscing. For more on Eliza Doolittle, visit: http://www.elizadoolittle.com

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Jul
18

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Bad Habit” by Foals

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by rising English indie rock band, Foals. Check out the catchy “Bad Habit” off the band’s new album Holy Fire, and for more on Foals visit: http://www.foals.co.uk/

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Jul
17

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “I Need Weed” by Styles P

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Styles P. Just when you thought Styles couldn’t make another hit celebrating 420, he comes back with this banger. Whether you partake or not, “I Need Weed” has a  hypnotic beat and a catchy hook that is sure to get you addicted.

jezdior
Jul
16

Mute Music Moment of the Day: “Move On” by Jez Dior

Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Jez Dior. This dustep track, featuring a Lana Del Rey sample, is sure to get you moving. L.A. rapper, Jez Dior, son of punk rocker Steve Dior, has been influenced by everyone from Jim Morrison to Kurt Cobain to Kanye West, and it’s […]

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