Music, Technology

The New Age Crate Junkie

Growing up in the 90s was an amazing experience for me. I got to experience a time where people still brought music from music stores. While visiting these stores you could listen to some samples from select albums on these machines through headphones. To find new and different music you had to flip through vinyls in crates separated by different categories. The same process was for cassettes and CDs. Continue Reading

Pop Culture

The Lost Art of Burning CDs

Back in high school, I can remember falling in love with music and burning mixtapes. I would spend hours listening to music and scrolling through Kazaa and LimeWire searching for the latest singles to add to an upcoming mixtape. Unlike today, it would take literally hours to download music due to the speed of dial-up internet. Continue Reading

Business

A Conversation With Creatives: Precious

Hi, I am Precious Udoh, the second child and first twin of a set. I am currently studying Marine Biology in a reputable university, the University of Lagos, in Nigeria; I’m in my finals. I started blogging about 2 years ago but not with hosting until late last year when I decided to purchase a domain name for my current blog. I’m very passionate about writing. In fact, I write on my mind, in bed and I ruminate a lot. I love helping people and writing has been my best medium in doing that, since I’m introverted. Continue Reading

Business

A Conversation With Bam!

Well, my name is Bam. I’ve been designing professionally since 2010. I’m Philadelphia born and raised but currently reside in Brooklyn freelancing as an art / creative director. Over the course of my career, I’ve been able to work with a ton of brands and client’s like Comcast, KicksUSA, Revolt TV, and Grass Routes Podcast to name a few. Continue Reading