Jason said I can start posting here. Most of my articles are going to be music-focused, but unlike most reviewers, I'll be going into more of the technical things of music, such as theory and quality of the song itself rather than the emotional aspects of it. My goal is not to judge the songs based on the emotional message, as that's what most popular music is going through right now, but rather making it better on a technical aspect.
What sucks about today's music scene is that most songs are the same four or five notes and chords, played over and over again, placing emphasis on the lyrics rather than the instrumental sounds themselves and robbing any discernible talent. I don't know about you, but I would rather go to a symphony any day of the week instead of the latest teen pop idol concert. Hell, I'm in a band myself and know the importance of musical quality over quantity. Starting in the next couple of weeks, I'll be doing a few song analyses from across many different genres, taking them apart on almost a note-by-note level of scrutiny. Make sure to subscribe to Tribalbeat for more.