Contemporary a-cappella hits its maximum theoretical level, harmonic less is suddenly harmonic more (and vice-versa), and OH GOD THE FLAMES!!!!!
Everyone's gone to the movies; now we're top 4 at laaaaaaaaaaaast.
In the land of the jazz-less, the four-note cluster is king.
Gospel goes polka, humility leads to boredom, and the Dark Side of the Battle is revealed.
Wherein the judges' advice is ignored, taken too seriously, and then ignored again.
The World Series of contemporary a-cappella returns, leaner, meaner, and Jewel-ier.
What a genre-crossing album can teach us about doing (or not doing) what we do best.
The Cornell Chordials are one of the rare collegiate groups that has a distinctive sound.
I have a confession to make: I procrastinated writing this album review until the eleventh hour.
It's funny how things play out. I've been thinking a lot about pure vocal sounds versus imitative instrumental vocal sounds as well as live versus produced a cappella lately.
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