With great power comes great responsibility…to post a new podcast episode each week. On today’s episode we dive into the movie, ‘Spider-man: Into The Spider-Verse’ as well as the soundtrack. Listen as we discuss why movie soundtracks are important, we talk about some of our favorite soundtracks from movies, and we pick our favorite songs from ‘Into The Spider-Verse’.
We are officially back after our holiday break for our first episode of the new year! Listen as we discuss our list of artists that we wish would release new music this year and for our most anticipated albums that have already been confirmed for 2019.
For our last episode of 2018 we took your questions from social media that were based on all things music and we answered them! Listen now to hear our thoughts on the most disappointing album of 2018, how we feel about certain genres of music and for our opinions about how much the music industry has changed into what it has become today.
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2018 is coming to an end and with so much fantastic music that was released this year, it would be criminal not to give you guys a break down of our top ten favorite albums of the year. Listen now to hear our honorable mentions of albums that just fell short of making our list, find out which albums we consider our favorite top ten of the year and listen for who ultimately stole our hearts for the number one spot of 2018.
“While there may be an abundance of darkness, it is both mine and your personal duty to assume the role as a beacon of light in such obscurity. I must be light.” These wise words are from Bobby Edjamian, an up-and-coming hip-hop artist from New York otherwise known as B-Light. Today we talk to Bobby about his journey in the music industry, we discuss his debut full-length album ‘Champion’, we talk about why bringing positivity and social awareness in his music is so important to him and he explains his upcoming plans for touring, new music and producing in 2019.
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Today we take the time to dissect The 1975’s latest album, ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’. Listen now to hear our thoughts on how we felt about the album upon first listen, how the album holds up with the rest of their discography, and for our ranking of least favorite and most favorite tracks on the band’s third effort.
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Upon request, today we dive into the world of Tom Delonge and Mark Hoppus outside of blink-182. We talk about all things Box Car Racer, +44 and Angels & Airwaves. Listen now as we go through the highs and lows of each band, we pick our top three favorite songs from each project and find out how we rank each band and who takes our top spot out of the three.
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A lot of you may ask, how did we get our website to look so cool? Well, today we interviewed award-winning graphic and web designer, Natasha Gonzales, who designed our site for us. Listen as we discuss how Lisa and Natasha connected and started working together, what the process was like of building the site from the ground up and ultimately why Natasha decided to work with Music Matters Media.
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Over the weekend we had the opportunity to see ‘A Star Is Born’ and ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. Listen as we discuss how we felt about the plot of both movies (spoiler free), the movie soundtracks and to find out which movie takes our pick for the top spot.
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We’re officially back after our two week hiatus! We are coming back strong with two very important topics: the Tidal X Brooklyn benefit concert and Lil Wayne’s new album ‘Tha Carter V’. Listen as we discuss the acts that performed at the fourth annual Tidal X Brooklyn event, where all the proceeds were donated to criminal justice reform. One of those acts being Lil Wayne, who we discuss in the second half of this episode. How did we feel about Wayne’s big return to music with ‘Tha Carter V’? Find out now on the Music Matters Media pocast!