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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
DENTON RAPPERS MAKE NOISE BY ASH LEY GRANT or years, Texas rap music has re- volved around the city of Houston and its chopped, screwed, syrup soaked sound. But in a town known more for its jaa ana indie rock than its rhymes and trunk- rattling beats,, a group of young up-and-coming artists in Southeast Denton are trying to put their city's hip hop on the map. Clad in a red Texas Ranges T-shirt and shorts, Chris Avant, better known as AV the Great, toggles between programs on the computer in his apartment-turned-studio in Southeast Den- ton He plays a track that samples the late Billie Holiday, and as the music buzzes in the back- ground, Avant explains why he thinks the Den ton rap scene is close to making it mainstream "It's not just about where you re at or what you're doing, he said "It's about what you're doing where you're at. Any opportunity I get to put my city on my back, I'm going to take i and I m going to run with it." Avant said rappers in Denton are remarkably diverse,...
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
ONTHE RECORD MUSICAL CRAFTWORKS DEMTONITE BENDS CIROJTS. PLAYS MUSIC BY H. DREW BLACKBURN Circuit bender. Painter. Musician. Denton resident Darcy Neal does not like to pigeonhole herself The catalyst fop Heal s many artistic endeavors, which includes building oscillators and electronic sound manipulators for musicians around the U.S., was a traditional art farm: painting. She grew up painting, but as the years went by her interest wandered. "There's something missing," Real said. "You can put all of your work into this painting, but then no matter what it's just going to hang on the wall, and it s ju,si this two-dimensional picture. It just wasn't enough." Nowadays, she also takes to circuit bending to feed her artistic hunger. About six. years ago Neal found out about circuit bending through a friend who directed hef to an article in Make magazine, a publication that focuses on do- it-yourself projects involving electronics, metalworking and more. Intrigued by the musical possibil...
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
DET81 RECORD f I m FOR THE RECORD STORES R ECORDINGS G COMEBACK BY MICHELLE HEATH Some people keep their record collections in crates or card- board boxes. Cliff West ne eds an entire store to house his vinyl catalogue. West, a.k.a, the "Record Hound," looks around the Rooks and More at 1626 West "University Drive and its inventory of more than 19,000 LP's. i.Ys and 78\. "This is it," West said. "This is my personal collection.'" West, who supplies records to Books and More and other local stores that sell used vinyl, began "hunting" records and music mem- orabilia in the early 1990s after he graduated from TINT, where he studied ceramics. "It was a hobby, actually," West said. "It was a hobby that turned into a small business because the more you find the more you either store or t • IL." When West's collection grew too large to keep at home, lie began selling to Recycled Books ori \urtli Locust. Street. Eventually, he real- ized lie could make a larger profit and began selling rec...
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
ON THE RECORD from new artists. Despite owning an mp3 player and a sizable digital music library on his laptop, drawing and paint- ing senior Cameron Hinojosa said there was a unique appeal to lis- tening to music on a record player. "^nii have to pick up a piece of music and put it on the record player instead of just moving your mouse and pressing play,Hinojosa said. After inheriting 227 of his par- ent's records, Hinojosa went to Mad World Records at 115 West .Hickory to start on a collection of modern vinyl that he can pass down to his children. "Playing a record, it will sound the same no matter what," Hinojo- sa said, 'Tin hearing the sarrie tone that my dad used to hear. It's kind of a view from that point and that time In their life, it s more of a per- sonal message." Mad World sells used albums and new vinyl from modern artists, including 25 local bands, as well as CDs, T-shirts and other music memorabilia. Owner Mark Rurke said it was dif- ficult keeping a record sto;re a...
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
DET81 RECORD CITY'S VIVACIOUS VENUES OPINION: DENTON'S FINEST HANGOUTS BY J.P. LUGO Fittingly for a town filled with talented musicians, Denton is home to plenty of venues that help showcase local acts. The Greenhouse, Dan's Silverleaf, and 11,'nicy's are a few favorites. Greenhouse Located at the corner of Congress Street and .Locust, Greenhouse gives customers a chance to loosen up in a Relaxing neighborhood. Once a week, smooth sounds of live jazz music fill the dimly-lit restaurant at night. Denton resident8 ('an visit Greenhouse every Monday from 10 p.m. to midnight to hear a performance, usually from student musicians at. UNT or TWU. Beer for $-2 and a wide variety of meal and drink specials sweeten the deal. Dan's Silverleaf The building at 103 Industrial Street topped with the giant silver leaf is legendary in Denton for hosting fantastic performances. Show tickets usually don't cost more than $.15, and live music from a wide variety of genres is onstage every night. Painted...
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
UP-AND-COMING AIN'T EASY DENTON'S BANDS TRY TO E IT BIG BY ASHLEY-CRYSTAL FIRSTLEY Music industry veteran Tom WbalJey. former chairman of Warner Bros. Records, once said, "The hardest thing in the world to do in this business is start a band nobody's heard of" Making a living writing, recording and performing music has never been easy, but some local bands are trying in find the same success known to big name Denton artist such as the Eli Young Band, Sarah Jaffe, Brave Combo and Midlake. The band Sundress formed in Denton in 2010, released its first EP in May 2011, has traveled on two tours across I lie US. and has been invited to perform in prime time slots at SXSW in Austin, 35 Denton and Eree Press Suuimerfest in Houston, When the. band started to: get: more attention, vocalist and guitarist Ryan McAdams said he knew he had to take it seriously and enlisted a manager, booking agent and attorney "It's a lot of waiting. Being in a band is not fast paced uliatxirNrr." McAdams said, ...
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
DET81 RECORD SUMMER MUSIC REVIEWS TOP ALBUMS OF JUNE & JULY 1. "Celebration Rock" by Japandroids 2. ''The Plot Against Common Sense" by Future of the I ,<Tl 3. "Channel Orange" by Frank • >rcan 1. "The Idler Wheel" by Fiona Apple 5. ''Live from, the Underground" by Big K.B.I.T. 6. "Warm Pulse" by Ifguzunguzu 7. "\Y I \ I \\ " I >\ Liars 8. "Looking 4 Myself' .by TJsher. Zac Brown Band Uncaged Bating: 8/10 By .lax iti Viii;; The Zac Brown Band has enjoyed much success in the past couple years. They've, won two Grammy Awards, re- leased two major label platinum al- bums, and had eight No.1 singles oil (l ie country charts. Borne on the winds of previous success, the band released its third album, "Uncaged" on July 10. Zac Brown Band is a hybrid of country, pop, and rock heavily featuring at least eight different instruments: drums, guitar, organ, mandolin, pedal steel, percussion, violin and bass. Thanks to such a wide spectrum, of* sound, "Uncaged" contains songs thai wi...
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
ONTHE RECORD Frank Ocean Channel Orange Rating: 6/10 I >y Ashley Grant After spending years behind-the- scenes, ghostwriting for the likes of Beyonce and Justin Bieber, Frank Ocean makes an attempt to step out into the forefront on his debut album "Channel Orange:'' In 2011, Ocean released his first mixtape "Nostalgia, Ultra," which cata- pulted him further in the direction of mainstream popularity. He made a couple erf appearances on Jay-Z and Kanye West's collaborative album "Watch the Throne" the same year; and anticipation for his debut has built steadily. The album features 17 B&B andpop- infused jams detailing topics such as unrequited love that show off Ocean's knack for the art of storytelling. Opening the album is "Thiiikin' Bout You," a mid-tempo track that shows Ocean daydreaming about his future with a special someone. The track shows hope and excitement of a budding, fling-like romance. Xestlcil in the middle is "Pilot Jones,'' a bass-heavy number that keeps with...
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DET81 RECORD WHERE ARE THEY NOW? NOR M I JONES BY JASON YANG From winning awards as a student at UNT to racking up musical ac col ad es a nationally - known recording artist, Norah Jones lias done it all in her illustrious music Career. Born. Geetali JJorah Jones Sliankar on March '■>(). 1979 in Hew York City, is the daughter of legendary Indian musician Ravi Shankar and American concert producer Sue Jones. She relocated to Grapevine^ Texas with her mother after her parents' divorce in 198(5. and studied jazz piano at UNT for two years before moving back to New York to pursue her music career in 1999. Jones' soothing jazz, pop and country-fused vocals took the music industry by storm in 2002, when her debut album, "Come Away With Me," netted five Grammys in one night The: former "UNT student has released five albums in the last decade -- three of them Nr. I bestsellers. -- and has won dozens of industry awards for her work. Jones has sold more than 50 million records worldwide, m...
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
ONTHE RECORD T irrie is funny. Minutes can seem In last hours, yet years can fly by in what feels like minutes. My two years with the North Texas Daily and On The Record magazine have been filled with long hours, deadlines and traditional cud of week trips to Cool Beans. I wouldn't change any of it. I never thought I would have to write what has become a Daily tradition: the editor-in-chief's farewell Letter. When I was sitting in professor Kathie Hinnen's JOUR 2320 " News W riting and Reporting class in fall 2010, all I was worried about was meeting the semester's story quota and not making a fool of myself in the process. Two years and plenty of stories later, it is time for this graduating student to bid adieu. No one obtains this position without the help and teaching of others. Without the advice and guidance of professors Hinnen and Tracy Eyerbach, I would not feel ready to head out into the post- college world. I can never thank them enough for their valuable lessons on ethic...
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
DET81 RECORD BY THE NUMBERS 900.000 llll lllll RECORDINGS IN THE UNT MUSIC LIBRARY \ LAS BAND NOMINAjfcjOR /^GRAMMYS b RECORDS AT BOOKS $3,000,000 FIRST CONTEMPORARY USE OF THE WORE HIPSTER; USED TO REFER TO FANS OF BY ASHLEY-CRYSTAL FIRSTLEY 4G AUGUST 2U12
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 10 August 2012
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 June 2013
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 June 2013
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 June 2013
ON THE RECORD Ii]lWlM§ OTR ON THE RECORD STAFF From left: T.S.Johnson, Laura Gross, James Coreas, James Rambin, Nadia Hill, Zac Switzer, and Matt Wood. Photo by Mallory Close. EDITORS WRITERS PHOTOGRAPHERS DESIGNERS Editor-in-Chief Senior Staff Writers Senior Staff Senior Staff Designers JAMES COREAS TYLER OWENS Photographers/ Video ANDREW TELLEZ WILL DARNELL NICOLE ARNOLD Managing Editor RENEE HANSEN FEY SANDOVAL Staff Designer NADIA HILL ALICE HALE MALLORY CLOSE Staff Writers HARRIS BUCHANAN Web Editor MOLLIE JAMISON T.S.JOHNSON JP LUGO Intern JOSHUA KNOPP Photographer/ Video Design Editor AUDRA STAMP VALERIE TURNER LAURA GROSS MICHAEL FELDER BRETT MEDEIROS Visuals Editor OBED MANUEL ZAC SWITZER Intern Writers Executive Editor JAMES CLAY JAMES RAMBIN DANIL BURGESS ELIZABETH WEBB Copy Editor CARINA AQUINO MATT WOOD
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 June 2013
SPECIAL REPORT: DISASTER IN MOORE - \ While the remainder of this issue is dedicated to the arts ill Denton, we felt it was necessary to recognize and honor the story of those affected by the fatal May 20 tornado in Moore, Okla., 156 miles north of Denton. The storm was one of the deadliest in history. Editor-in-chief James Coreas traveled to Moore the morning after to take pictures and gather interviews. Managing editor Nadia Hill compiled the information and quotes into the article on the next page. We hope to accurately tell a poignant account of what happened that afternoon, and represent the extent of the destruction. By Nadia Hill and James Coreas
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 June 2013
ON THE RECORD ARTS EDTION Keith Dennis heard the sirens wailing from two miles out, patiently listening and waiting for his sister's voice on the other line to reassure him she was alive. She was wrapped in blankets, pad- ded by all of her pillows and huddled under a foam mattress topper in a closet. The wind screamed and windows shattered. He knew she was rain soaked, alone and in shock. An hour later, Dennis and his 22-year-old sister Sarah Torrey picked apart her life, one scrap at a time, and looked over as her neighbors did the same to their homes. The buckled brown wooden beams were piled across the bleak landscape for miles after one of the deadliest tornadoes in Oklahoma history destroyed homes and took lives. At 2:56 p.m. May 20,16 minutes after a tornado warn- ing was issued for the area, an EF-5 twister ripped a 12- mile path across southern Oklahoma for 40 minutes, with winds peaking at 210 mph. The storm killed 24 people, seven of them children after two elementary scho...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — On the Record — 1 June 2013
NTDAILY.COM JUNE 2013 OTR JULY 2013 V0L.5 ISSUE 1 ARTS EDTION * Photo by Fey Sandoval WHAT'S INSIDE BUSINESS CREATIVE DESIGN 11 THE MAKING OF A 26 COURTHOUSE 30 ART HISTORY MUSICIAN CURATOR Pictured above, senior How a recent UNIT Day in the Life of the art student blends art graduate realized a man who designs and public relations childhood dream museum exhibits 14 DOING IT DENTON 29 SHOOTING SHORT 33 REVIEWS A popular alterna- New film club gives Check out the staff's tive press bloggets a students an alternative opinons on the sum- makeover creative outlet mer's hottest movie, album and TV show 20 DON'T SELL OUT Local skate wear de- signers and mechanics open multi-service j shop Cover photo by Zac Switzer