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A Look Back At 2011

Posted December 31, 2011 by Recultured Team

There are many clever and innovative ways to measure, capture and illustrate the highlights of a single year. Here’s a retrospective account merely scratching the surface and outlining just some of the most talked about moments of 2011.

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Project4Awesome: Reducing World Suck, One Video At A Time

Posted December 30, 2011 by Recultured Team

Sometimes it seems like the world is getting a bit more dismal. On the news, you rarely get those heart-warming aw-inducing stories. Instead, there are those telling of people going insane and pepper spraying others to get an Xbox. Or school officials being charged for fraud. Or violent clashes between soldiers and protesters. Every time […]

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Jason Chen is Coming to Vancouver!

Posted December 26, 2011 by Recultured Team

Taiwanese American Singer Jason Chen is bringing his “Music Never Sleeps” Spirit to Vancouver! Most of you may be familiar with his music on YouTube, where he had covered many songs with his powerful voice and musical talents gaining over 80 million views in total! Embracing his bilingual identity, Jason Chen covered and wrote both English and […]

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“We Found Love”: Covers Galore!

Posted December 12, 2011 by Recultured Team

It’s no question that these days, Rihanna reigns supreme in the pop music world. Pumping out 3 chart-topping albums in the last 3 years, the Bajan beauty is unstoppable when it comes to making instant hits. With the release of “We Found Love”, Rihanna is once again finding herself at the top of the charts […]

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Learning Guitar on YouTube

Posted December 7, 2011 by Recultured Team

Whenever I was asked where I took my guitar lessons, I would always say “YouTube!”. I haven taken a few beginners lessons with the AMS mini school before, but for most of the time when I wanted to learn a song or a particular technique, I would always search for tutorial videos on YouTube. They’re […]

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