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Mace & Crown | March 4, 2015

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Music Archives * Mace & Crown

Photo Gallery: Music of the Rolling Stones

February 23, 2015 |

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Going against the grain, Elhae provides a refreshing sound for the ATL Music Scene

February 17, 2015 |

By: Abdirahman Mohamed Contributing Writer Music is an art form that lets you display your emotions and paint your story however you may desire. Elhae, (pronounced “LA”), a 24 year old music recording artist has gone through his own trails and learning experiences trying to convey his message through music. Elhae was born in Warner […]Read More

Music at The Tip of a Finger

January 30, 2015 |

By: Amy Poulter Contributing Writer If you’re interested in making music, but never touched an instrument, you’re in luck: Mi.Mu wearable gloves are at the latest in music creation. Developed by artist Imogen Heap and a group of scientists over the past five years, Mi.Mu gloves are taking gestures to a new level. These highly […]Read More

Photo Gallery: Cherub

January 23, 2015 |

[FAG id=13210] Photos by: Josh BooneRead More

Photo Gallery: Winter Meltdown

December 6, 2014 |

[FAG id=13161] Photos by: Jason KaziRead More

Brantley Gilbert Concert

November 2, 2014 |

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Artistree Festival

October 30, 2014 |

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Beer and Loathing: Adventures at a nascent West Virginia music festival

October 8, 2014 |

By Sean Davis Copy Editor   WODU general manager A.j. McCafferty is almost as bad as I am at pool. This was made painfully clear by the long drawn out game that stagnated over the last solid and the eight-ball, which we quickly abandoned when we realized Garret Dutton aka G-Love had joined the enjoyable, […]Read More

Erick Copon: The Man of a New Era

November 21, 2012 |

Erick Copon, better known as DJ El-Capon, is widely considered one of the best entertainers in the local electronic dance music scene. Unless you were one of his fans, you would not notice him in a crowded café. With the eloquent way in which he speaks most people would think that he was working on […]Read More

Tyler Wrighteous: Making Music His Way

November 7, 2012 |

Wrighteous leaned over the stage, passionately holding the microphone. The rapper had just finished a dynamic set at Kingdom in Richmond, VA, but he still had a few words for the crowd. “This is what I want to do with my life. This is it,” he shared with the crowd. Setting the mic down, he […]Read More

Bluegrass and Coffee Beans: Conor Mulroy Delights Borjo Customers

October 30, 2012 |

Coffee lovers were treated to a free show last Wednesday night at Borjo Coffeehouse as Conor Mulroy soothed listeners for over an hour with classically influenced bluegrass music. This stop in Norfolk is one of many in Mulroy’s nationwide tour. This tour is allowing Mulroy to further promote his June 5 release “Foxfire.” Mixing bluegrass, […]Read More

“The Blue List” Cold Weather Hot Albums

October 24, 2012 |

October is notoriously known for marking the beginning of the largest music quarter of the year. With three albums releasing on Oct. 22 and two more in the upcoming week on Oct. 30, music fans of all genres will have enough music to distract them from Norfolk’s cooling temperatures. 1. Kendrick Lamar – “Good Kid, […]Read More

Local Band Bimini Rd. in the Fast Lane to the Top

October 24, 2012 |

Local reggae/alternative-indie rock band, Bimini Rd. will perform at Old Dominion University on Oct. 27. The band will be performing during a tailgate party for the home football game versus the University of Delaware to promote their new album. Their latest album “And Then Some,” has a unique blues-indie-reggae fusion feel. “We want the college […]Read More