How do you balance your intake of new music versus timeless classics? This was a question posited by blogger yvynyl on Twitter the other day, and he brought up a struggle that we all feel.
Politics divide us, but music brings us together. Richmond is rife with controversy right now, like City Council uproars and ballpark stadiums. Music, however, continues strongly, as the city sees the opening of The Broadberry, a medium-sized venue filling the gaps in some of the scene; the emergence of Monument City Coffee, a cafe where vinyl records meet soy lattes; and the possibility of bringing the Foo Fighters to Richmond.
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Spring is popping but winter just won’t let go. This does not, however, prevent many musicians in RVA from birthing some prime musical offspring in this season of new beginnings.
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2014 is our year. How difficult is it to not get inspired this time of year? I’d like to see some research some time that focuses on the month with the highest in composition. Let’s face it, January sorta blows, but musicians know how to make the most of it.
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