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Glenn Danzig

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Revolutions: “Danzig”

By David Cavazos Segment Producer This week we go towards a darker side in the world of music and experience the art produced from the mind of Glenn Danzig. For a long time Danzig has been a large medium for music where the new and old combined to form styles that would inspire multiple genres. Danzig is the founder of several popular bands, including The Misfits and Samhain, which would […]

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Weird Al

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Revolutions: Weird Al

Written and produced by David Cavazos. Edited by Zoe Kaiser. This week we delve into the life of an artist who has not only brought us enjoyable music but also shown that music doesn’t always have to be taken so seriously to produce great results. Weird Al Yankovic has found his way deep into our pop culture as a parodist by rewriting other artists hits into hilarious sketches of his […]

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lateralus

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Revolutions: Tool

Written and produced by David Cavazos While progressive rock slowly dwindled in the early 90s, there’s one band that surfaced reviving the  creating what is called Progressive Metal. Their success in the 90s also brings Progressive Metal into the mainstream with albums such as AEnima, Saliva, and Lateralus. While both albums were positively accepted Lateralus is considered to be the band’s finest work. Now, while Tool and Lateralus is widely […]

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thin lizzy

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Revolutions: Thin Lizzy

Written and produced by David Cavazos This week we head back in time to Ireland to examine a band that has heavily influenced the evolution of Rock N Roll. Thin Lizzy came into the picture around 1969 and began performing in Dublin. Their early sound was similar to the popular Blues Rock sound that plenty of British bands were trending following the great success of Led Zeppelin. Thin Lizzy, an […]

todayDecember 5, 2013 9

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Revolutions: Texas Blues

Revolutions: Texas Blues by David Cavazos This week we’re going into our own backyard to see what Texas has to offer. Specifically one of our greatest pride and joys Texas Blues. Although most people instantly throw the genre to Stevie Ray Vaughan and ZZ Top there is a long and rich past of southern blues emanating from the lone star state. The blues in general derived from African-American slavery during […]

todayOctober 23, 2013 8

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Revolutions: History of Progressive Rock

Revolutions: History of Progressive Rock by David Cavazos Classical music had long been kicked out of the mainstream during the sixties with pop and rock n roll completing its mission of world domination. Still, musicians who loved modern music continued to fill colleges and musical institutions to learn classical styles. This dissonance in learning and what musicians were being exposed to would soon birth a new genre of music called […]

todayOctober 17, 2013 6

Music

Revolutions: Surf’s Up

Revolutions: Surf's Up by Dany Recio With students filing back into classrooms from the lazy summer beaches we look back and ponder the events we undertook. If we look even further still into the summers and years of the past decades we can see moments in time where music was changed and influenced our future. Throughout the late 50s the tide brought in a new kind of summer inspired music […]

todayOctober 11, 2013 7

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Other Side Drive November 8, 2012

Other Side Drive November 8, 2012 Revolutions Music seems almost cursed with a slew of music festivals that offer every variety of music in even the most remote cities. The concept is popular because spectators feel like they can get the most “bang-for-their-buck.” While it may seem like I am down-playing the music festival; I really think they are one of the best parts about music today. It is good […]

todayNovember 15, 2012 4

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Other Side Drive October 25, 2012

KTSW Other Side Drive October 25, 2012 Revolutions In honor of the upcoming elections I will take a peek into how music has affected campaigns through American History. Campaign songs are now chosen as meticulously as the words candidates use in speeches, the color of their ties, or the logos and phrases they use to promote themselves. Songs are chosen for lyrical content and overall sound. The point is to […]

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