The Ryne Experience, who WIDR has had the pleasure of having for our Music at the Library Sessions and The Basement Show, recently released a new album called Funky Town on 4/20. This album has an incredible sound, and Ryne Clark adds to it with his distinct vocals and range. They play a lot with their sound in this album, ranging from an indie/alt rock vibe to a more folky, funky one. Throughout Funky Town, they have some fantastic guitar riffs and melodies. The song that st
Hi guys! I don’t know about everyone else, but I had a very real musical phase in high school where at times the majority of what I listened to was musical soundtracks. Maybe that’s because I was in the pit orchestra and always around them or because I was a huge band geek in general. Even if you didn’t listen to them growing up, I think there’s a lot to love with musical soundtracks. The music very much reflects the story that the musical is telling and is intertwined with t
While everyone is stuck in quarantine, we are taking the time to catch up with some of our previous Music at the Library artists to see what they have been up to and what their future plans are as musicians. This week we featured Rob Lindsay! Check out the full interview here and the condensed version here.
I grew up as a young kid loving skiing. It has always been one of my strong passions, largely fueled by Warren Miller’s film. Warren Miller was a ski filmmaker that created reflections of my childhood. Whether it be from scenes of base jumping, steep skiing in Chamonix, or just the sheer adrenaline that these films instill, it’s easy for me to miss that feeling. What causes this phenomena is not just attributed to the film shots, but actually the music. My music taste now has
While everyone is stuck in quarantine, we are taking the time to catch up with some of our previous Music at the Library artists to see what they have been up to and what their future plans are as musicians. This week we featured Diego Agoytia! Check out the full interview here and the condensed version here.
To be fair, you must possess a very high IQ to truly understand and appreciate the genre that is vaporwave. It’s all at once a rejection of corporate agendas and canned music, with the hazy imagery of abandoned malls, and facilitated by the groundbreaking technology of automating the playrate in your software. It makes me wonder at how, more than 60 years after the invention of music, artists still find a way to innovate, and push the boundaries even further. Vaporwave is a t