Archive Day: May 11, 2018

Madhubani Painting

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Madhubani Painting

Madhubani Painting Description:  Madhubani Painting also known as Mithila Painting is the most unique form of Indian Art  which is dipped in Indian culture. This form of art was started by Mahasundari Devi of Madhubani  district, Bihar. For this she has been awarded National award from President, Neelam Sanjeeva Reddy in 1982. Devi was considered […]

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Joseph

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Joseph

I discovered the magic that these three sisters can create when looking for new artists on Apple Music one day. Their album, “I’m Alone, No You’re Not” had just come out, and it’s very calming and beautiful music. Their harmonies, soothing vocal tones, and honest lyrics set them apart from other bands. However, all of […]

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Hey Violet

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Hey Violet

This is a punk-pop band that I first heard while seeing 5 Seconds of Summer live, and while I originally didn’t know if I liked them, I have come to learn that they’re super talented and fun. Their songs have really good beats and can easily be danced to, and they make statements with their […]

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PVRIS

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PVRIS

Yet another band I discovered because they opened for a bigger band…PVRIS opened for Fall Out Boy on tour and when I went back and listened to their music, my life changed. Their songs are kind of dark and have almost a haunted sound, but it’s not in a way that is going to depress […]

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Sabrina Carpenter

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Sabrina Carpenter

This girl was originally on a Disney Channel show, so I was unsure what to expect when I listened to her music for the first time. I feel like every Disney channel star tries to be a singer and they all end up sounding the same. However, I was really impressed with her. She has […]

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Frankie

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Frankie

The first time I heard this Los Angeles singer-songwriter’s music, I was hooked. She adds a quirk to pop music that I really appreciate and brings back feels of the ’90s. Her voice is recognizable and very sweet. It’s kind of like listening to candy. I know that sounds really dumb, but you should look […]

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THINKING WITH UMBRELLA IN THE RAIN

The Steve Hollinger experience can be described most simply as multimedia. For one thing, it includes olfactory surprises. My apartment was right above Steve’s for several years, and on a regular basis he would call to warn me about odors that might waft their way from the second floor, where he lived, to my apartment […]

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