Killer Michael Render Calls for Social Reform

BY CONNER BRYAN With only the information that Killer Mike was to be speaking, I arrived at Tate Theatre on Thursday April 2, thinking he would be discussing his music to advertise his show at the Georgia Theatre on April 4 as part of the rap duo (along with rapper/producer El-P) Run the Jewels. What I heard was nothing short of one of the best, … Continue reading Killer Michael Render Calls for Social Reform

Imbalanced Radio Stations Shrink Their Own Appeal

BY MORGAN BROWN It is easy – almost reflexive in this day and age – to see radio DJ as a nearly obsolete profession considering that mobile digital media players (MP3 players/devices) are still increasing in popularity worldwide and have been since their initial market boom in the early-mid 2000s. Additionally, music streaming service apps such as Spotify and Pandora have further diminished the appeal … Continue reading Imbalanced Radio Stations Shrink Their Own Appeal

REVIEW | ATLiens Rejoice

By SKYE RUBEL Andre 3000’s shirt read “I forgive you, now your turn,” but with such a flawless show, he did nothing that warranted forgiveness. Outkast’s performance on Sunday, September 28th,was the third day of their ATLast festival and included a special surprise appearance. All three days were completely sold out, with over 60,000 fans packed into Centennial Olympic Park that weekend. People from all … Continue reading REVIEW | ATLiens Rejoice