Sing Me Forgotten Spotify Review

Today on Spotify we’re discussing Sing Me Forgotten, a young adult fantasy similar to Phantom of the Opera that will tear your heart out by the end…in a good way. Continue reading Sing Me Forgotten Spotify Review

Weekly Reading List #58

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there avid readers! So this week is looking like a very Kate Brian centric week. I didn’t even realize that until I started on this list. Right now I’m on a very tight budget so my reading list depends on what I already have in my Nook and Kindle (because yes, I have both apps on my e-reader — I like free books). Anyway, the goal is to finish up some series that I have already started, especially since I have the handy-dandy library which is very accessible. Other than that, school is good. I have this 5-7 page paper that I’m working on and I just need to get it done while I work on some of my other projects.

But anyway, here’s my weekly reading list. Happy reading!
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Weekly Reading List #57

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there avid readers! I hope everyone is having a great weekend. My weekend was full of surprises, including a visit from my fiance. It was a wonderful weekend and I got all the homework I needed done in record time. It’s nice to have time to spend with the ones I care about and not have to worry about work.

But anyway, I’m sure none of you care about that. Or maybe you do, I don’t know, but here’s what you’re really here for. I managed to knock two books out last week. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was amazing! Although Harry Potter is a terrible father. But overall, it was all very good, and I loved it. I couldn’t sleep until I finished it. But anyway, here is my upcoming reading list. Happy reading! Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #57”

A New Sound for Star Wars

By Cynthia Ayala

Star Wars is following the trend of becoming electronic with their announcement of Star Wars Headspace, a compilation album produced by Rick Rubin, who was quoted to say “you’ve never heard star wars music like this.”

Star Wars has a history of being classical but unique. The musicians created various sounds to meet the tempo of the film, something classical and acoustic. But now it’s changing. Meet Star Wars Headspace. Continue reading “A New Sound for Star Wars”

Juniel Downplays Competition

By: hazelnutthursdays Rookie singer Juniel concentrates on the music. The singer, who recently came back on the music scene with her second mini-album “1&1” sat down with local news agencies for an interview while in the waiting room of KBS’ “Music Bank,” her firstmusic show comeback appearance. “It’s flattering, but I’m not greedy,” Juniel said of her current standing as a Rookie of the Year nominee for the 2012 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) … Continue reading Juniel Downplays Competition

Infinite’s Kim Sung Kyu Releases Solo Debut MV “60 Seconds”

By: Sylphid Infinite‘s leader Kim Sung Kyu has revealed his debut solo music video for “60 Seconds” today. The song is the title track of his first solo album “Another Me,” which will be released this week. Composed by Sweet Tune, the song is about being able to fall in love and also break up within sixty seconds. In the music video, fellow Infinite member L plays the lead role. Along with the title track … Continue reading Infinite’s Kim Sung Kyu Releases Solo Debut MV “60 Seconds”

B1A4 Scores First Victory on “Immortal Song 2″

On the most recent episode of KBS “Immortal Songs 2 – Ha Chun Hwa Special,”B1A4 experienced their first victory with the stage of “Arirang Mok-Dong” against singer Lee Ki Chan. B1A4′s members Sandeul, Baro, and CNU picked out “Arirang Mok-Dong” as their song, transformed the song with hip hop beats and rock melody in their own style. Sandeul and Baro each grabbed the viewer’s attention with their exceptionally talented vocal and … Continue reading B1A4 Scores First Victory on “Immortal Song 2″