Tag Archives: S Elyse Schultz

Summer Music Wrap-up and Fall Preview

Summer Music wrap-up and Fall preview As much as so many people try to avoid it, the summer of 2014 is coming to an end. I personally am glad to…

Summerfest: A Can’t-Miss Event

Only a few hundred miles away from our Metro Detroit area is the largest music festival in the world. It’s not Lollapalooza or Burning Man, and it’s not Electric Forest…

Interview: Aim Your Arrows

Local pop-punk/alt band Aim Your Arrows has come very far in a short amount of time. In the three years since I met bassist Sam Metzler and drummer Austin Mills…

Interview: Eric Hutchinson and ‘Pure Fiction’ Tour

When pop star Eric Hutchinson released his song “Rock N’ Roll,” it soon became an international hit like a catchy earworm we couldn’t help but hum. After the album was…

The Vinyl Revolution

The Vinyl Revolution After the digital age began, the slow-burning panic of die-hard music purist started to rise to the surface. What would happen to the original analog sound, the…

Music and Sexuality Expression: Drag Queens and Pop Music

A little show on a previously obscure cable network is beginning to pick up massive attention lately: RuPaul’s Drag Race, a competition show involving some of the fiercest divas I…

Five Pop Rock Musicians Not Enough People Are Talking About

So although in most of my pieces so far I am a critic of modern pop culture, I actually do have a love for pop music. That being said, I…

#SELFIE – Satire or Reality?

Tweet                         I had just turned on my hit list Pandora station, doing my monthly inventory of pop music…

The Phenomenon of Musical Snobbery

Tweet         The All-American Hipster – we have classified them as pretentious elitists who claim to be so cutting edge that we can’t see the blade, who insult…

The Reign of Queen Bey

Tweet Beyoncé. The name itself has become synonymous with the apex of femininity, sex appeal, and talent – not to mention, she has risen to a level of God-like reverence. She…