Stimulate Your Life: Rebecca Knoblauch on Photography

By Aaris A. Schroeder August 9, 2011 In the oversaturated business of photography, one person, Rebecca Knoblauch has been able to get through to the other side and she is not stopping there. Knoblauch is best known for her involvement as a photographer in the regional hip-hop community however her passion in photography started at a young age capturing stories through images. “I never wanted … Continue reading Stimulate Your Life: Rebecca Knoblauch on Photography

UBO-HAMMER NEWSLETTER: SEPT. 23-29

Ubo-Hammer Makin’ the News!    SACRAMENTO, CA – SEPT. 11, 2010 – SECOND SATURDAY IN SEPTEMBER showed how the public and the police treat local entertainment and how both react to it. Unfortunately, in the literal cross fires of it all, Victor Hugo Perez Zavala, 24, was shot along with three other victims.  The police want to call this “gang crossfire” according to Sacbee.com but … Continue reading UBO-HAMMER NEWSLETTER: SEPT. 23-29

Mic Jordan is Analytical and Persuasive in Hip-Hop

Album: Leviathan By: Mic Jordan of Tribe of Levi Produced: Independent By Aaris A. Schroeder Tribe of Levi has always been about their emceeing skills and word play, bringing the attention to local and universal politics and life’s daily dealings, so it is no wonder that Mic Jordan’s mind aimed in the same direction with his second solo album represents the same appeal. With songs … Continue reading Mic Jordan is Analytical and Persuasive in Hip-Hop