By Shack KhozaSegment Producer In this episode, Shack Khoza briefly illustrates how Hawaiian Bros caught San Marcos' full attention of its customers by introducing free food, bright colors, and a message for all to hear by their owners. Featured Image by KTSW Multimedia
By Shack KhozaMusic Journalist Inspirational and heartwarming orchestral music are the words to describe this glorious album titled "Music Life" composed by Mia Doi Todd. This album is aimed for those who love a mixture of orchestral instruments accompanied by soft rock or classical music. "Music Life" made a huge choice by sacrificing head-banging tones and replacing them with quiet, settling and blissful themes, which are represented by certain instruments that […]
By Shack KhozaMusic Journalist Tasteless indie soft rock is what I would describe this insignificant album called, Coming Into Beauty by the quartet group, The Mommyheads. This skippable 15-track album is a huge example of how to produce an album that has incoherent lyrics, unmemorable melodies, and horrible chord progressions, not to mention, some instruments are out of tune. This album (“mixtape” more like) is created for those who find […]
By Shack KhozaMusic Journalist Spiritual, but shunned soft rock are the words to describe this unusual album titled, Down Where the Valleys are Low; Another Otherworld for Judee Sill, produced by Lorenzo Wolff. This album is dedicated to listeners who have an appreciation or interest in posthumous music that was neglected by deceased singers and songwriters. Originally written by Judee Sill, this album is a highly-regarded mixtape that Wolff created […]
By Shack KhozaSegment Producer In this segment, Shack Khoza ventures around san Marcos and visits multiple tea and coffee shops to see which ones compare and contrast, finding out that coffee shops are more than just regular restaurants restaurants. Featured image by KTSW Multimedia.