Why Hasn’t This Been Made Yet?

The genre of rhythm video games seems to have been dwindling in recent years. Guitar Hero and Rock Band, once a pair of mighty 3rd party series, faded into obscurity, only to get revival editions that not many people seemed to play, and even recycled songs that had already been featured in the series. I don’t think these series deserve to be left in the dust, however, but a little bit of innovation would help both series bounce back.

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Mid-American Culture Weekly Waves Vol. 17 Seattle Rocks

This Weekly Waves playlist is based on rock artists based out of Seattle, hope everyone enjoys and comes back for fresh content daily from the MAC staff!!!


Rapid Fire Reviews: Volume I

Hello everybody. Today I decided to experiment and test out a potential new series for me to do on the site. I call it “Rapid Fire Reviews,” and in the series I plan to give my thoughts on albums I’ve listened to recently. Today, I’ve got five albums to discuss, so let’s get started!

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My All-Time Favorite Album

A favorite album is something very personal; something you have a connection to that you don’t have with anything else. If you’re like me, you’ll find yourself bobbing and weaving through different musical moods – one week you could find yourself in a 60’s psychedelic rock mood. Another you could be in a 90’s hip-hop mood, and after that you could find yourself listening to classic country. But a favorite album is something you can always return to – something to serve as an intermission between your varying musical preferences. And, for me, that album is Murmur by R.E.M.

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Reviews Through a Friend: Blink-182’s “Enema of the State”

Hello, everyone, and welcome to the second entry in Mid-American Culture’s first ever Reviews Through a Friend, in which we review albums handpicked for us by our contributors. Today, I’m gonna be reviewing Blink-182’s massively successful album, Enema of the State.
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Reviews Through a Friend: K. Flay’s “Every Where Is Some Where”

Upon my first listen of “Every Where Is Some Where” by K. Flay, I was fairly surprised.  Apple Music listed the genre as Alternative and that certainly wouldn’t be the words I’d use at all.

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