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The Six-Second Quartet.

An interesting use for Vine: pick-up harmonies.

5th Judge: The Sing-Off Season 4, Episode 7

A bold safe new public face of a-cappella is crowned, high school is the new college, and country is the new contemporary.

5th Judge: The Sing-Off Season 4, Episode 6

Contemporary a-cappella hits its maximum theoretical level, harmonic less is suddenly harmonic more (and vice-versa), and OH GOD THE FLAMES!!!!! featureimage: 

The Sing-Off, episode 4-5 (Dec. 18): top 6

Everyone's gone to the movies; now we're top 4 at laaaaaaaaaaaast.

The Sing-Off, episode 4-4 (Dec. 16): top 8, 2nd bracket

In the land of the jazz-less, the four-note cluster is king.

The Sing-Off, episode 4-3 (Dec. 12): top 8, 1st bracket

Gospel goes polka, humility leads to boredom, and the Dark Side of the Battle is revealed.

The Sing-Off, Episode 4-2 (Dec. 11): top 9

Wherein the judges' advice is ignored, taken too seriously, and then ignored again.

The Sing-Off, episode 4-1 (Dec. 9): season premiere (1st hour)

The World Series of contemporary a-cappella returns, leaner, meaner, and Jewel-ier.

Chanticleer’s Someone New as a lens for knowing your limits

What a genre-crossing album can teach us about doing (or not doing) what we do best.

redirection

For the duration of the third season of The Sing-Off on NBC, I'll be blogging directly from my 5th Judge blog page at the Contemporary A Cappella Soci