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Listen Up: New rap shines above the rest

Rap is the most prominent genre on most music platforms — Soundcloud is flooded with amateurs, and even the stars drop music constantly through it and other outlets. With the large amount of music being released every day, it can be tough to sift through. ...

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Opinion: Selecting the best streaming service

With the music world transitioning from buying albums into paying a monthly subscription for an unlimited streaming service, a handful of applications are beginning to stand out. Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal provide millions of subscribers access to virtually any song, from hip-hop to classical. ...

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Columbus’ Own: Hidden Places finds groove on first EP

Three young men, a guitar, drums, bass and musical chemistry is the recipe for Hidden Places’ first EP, “Three Step,” released in September. Drummer Matt McCroskey described the band’s sound as “fast, jittery and almost dancy.” The post-punk vibe of Hidden Places largely comes from ...

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