Articles tagged “genre”

Your Introduction to Hawaiian Music

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Article by Bill Wynne, the host of Ho`olohe Hou Radio. I was born into a home filled with the scent of hibiscus and plumeria blossoms, the strains of the steel guitar and the ʻukulele, and songs sung in a language I couldn’t even speak. Sofas and chairs were upholstered with Hawaiian-print fabrics, and those prints […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Celebrating Houston Rap

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The Houston sound is a hodgepodge of styles bred from regional influences that makes it sound authentically Southern. One of, if not the most identifiable, sounds of Houston hip-hop is “slowed music,” a style of music production where the tempo and pitch of the music are dragged down to syrupy levels with parts of the […]

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