Monthly Archives: April 2012

Make A Date With This New Single

A group of young men hailing from the University of Illinois formed in the interest of fusing their culture with their love of making contemporary vocal music.  The result was Chai-Town, and now, that group has something to share with … Continue reading

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Have You Ever Wanted To Be Peter Hollens?

A Cappella Records’ own solo sensation Peter Hollens has just released a single of his version of “Not Over You” (originally by Gavin DeGraw). It’s as stirring, soaring and emotional as any other Hollens track to date, and it’s available … Continue reading

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You Won’t Have Mixed Feelings About This Album

The Mixed Emotions, from Virginia Tech, are one of the oldest contemporary a cappella groups at the school. Since 1996, this co-ed ensemble has been sharing its gifts with audiences near and far. As they entered their sixteenth year, though, … Continue reading

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This Album Is Anything But Pointless

What’s in a name? For this group, not a lot of truth. The men of Pointless, an all-male group hailing from Point Loma Nazarene University, are anything but the descriptor chosen as their calling card. They are a hard-working bunch, … Continue reading

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A Colourful New Album

(Ed.: because “Greene” is totally a “Colour”.) Somewhat deep in the south resides a hotbed of immensely talented a cappella called the University of North Carolina – a hallowed place that, among others, plays home to the legendary Achordants. The school … Continue reading

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