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.
I had the pleasure of seeing Straight No Chaser perform live in Atlantic City a few years ago.
Rockappella's got the funk."We gravitate towards the groove," says Rockapella vocal percussionist Jeff Thacher.
Five O’Clock Shadow (FOCS) is a six-man Boston-based vocal band who have been a force to be reckoned with in the a cappella world for more than twenty years.
When I received Ricochet, the new album by the Richmond Octaves, I didn’t exactly know what to expect.
This is my first review for CASA, so I'd like to start by telling a bit about myself so you can get a sense of my point of view.
Picture this: a young athlete, brimming with talent and potential, bursts into the national spotlight for his skill in some sport.
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