David Hartunian WRCT Business Director

Class of 2008

Articles

  • Paperhouse

    I remember walking home from high school one afternoon six years ago, listening to Sonic Youth’s Washing Machine on my Discman. Somehow, despite the insistence of all the press I had read and the recommendations of my friends, I hadn’t really been into Daydream Nation, the band’s landmark album that is supposedly its most influential, if not its best.

    Pillbox | April 14, 2008
  • Paperhouse

    Disquiet (www.disquiet.com)
    Disquiet is an excellent blog devoted to ambient and electronic music, as well as the artists behind the sound. It’s a great site to visit for free MP3s from netlabels, record labels who release their music on the Internet. The site is run by Marc Weidenbaum, who writes quite well and devotes equal attention to well know...

    Pillbox | February 18, 2008
  • Paperhouse

    Over the holiday break, my sister got a CD from our parents as a gift, Keith Jarrett’s Paris Concert. I had heard some Keith Jarrett here and there at home since my dad has a few of his CDs, but I hadn’t paid much attention to him. I knew that he played jazz as well as classical music, and I remembered recently that I had been listening to Arvo Part’s Tabula Rasa, on which Jarrett plays piano,...

    Pillbox | January 21, 2008
  • Paperhouse

    It’s easy to find agreement on the Internet. Just type in a band name on www.last.fm and you’ll find hundreds of fellow listeners, along with suggestions for other “similar” bands to listen to, but are they really similar? Most websites list bands together based on who listens to them, not how they sound. They base their statistics on average listening habits, which says little about the actual ...

    Pillbox | November 5, 2007
  • Paperhouse

    In 1996 DJ Shadow released his debut album Endtroducing...... I don’t know much about its impact on the music world at that time, but I’ll share my personal experiences with it.

    Pillbox | September 17, 2007