The Round Table, aka TRT, started as a three friends having conversations about music during lunches together at the office. Since then we have expanded to several writers stationed across the U.S. whose eclectic tastes span the entire music spectrum. At TRT we discuss all things music including favorite artists and bands, new music releases, eye-catching videos, concerts reviews, recording industry news, and the occasional nugget of entertainment gossip. No gimmicks. No filler. Just music…backed with real talk – regardless of the genre. Updated frequently.
Hit us up at: firstname.lastname@example.org
DISCLAIMER: Everything posted on this blog is the authors’ personal opinion and does not represent the views of their employers or their clients. Comments on this website are the sole responsibility of the writers and the accuracy, completeness, veracity, and honesty of comments are not guaranteed. Please don’t sue us. Every mp3 posted here is legal and free. If for some reason, an audio file is not meant to be here and is, please email us and we will fix the issue immediately.
Jayvee is TRT’s resident tech geek with a love of all things shiny and gadget-like, but she holds a special place in her heart for physical media with over 500 Cds , random cassettes, and an ever-growing collection of vinyl. A little bit country, a little bit rock n’ roll, and a whole lot of pop mixed with a soft spot for 50s-60s Doo Wop and a love for indie singer-songwriters – means you never know what to expect from Jayvee. Contact: email@example.com
Though currently earning his meal ticket as a sportswriter, AP is possibly even more passionate about music. Growing up in the Midwest left him longing to be closer to the east coast punk scene, but he did his best to satisfy his musical hunger by playing in bands during high school and college. To steal a line from 90s sensation, 311, AP “…grew up punk, listens to funk” …and folk and rock and jazz and nearly anything else that oozes creativity. Contact:
Millah has what some might refer to as “conflicting taste”, but to him it’s just natural: lo-fi, bubblegum, hip hop, indie rock, electro, garage, dance, new wave, twee, psychedelic… He believes one should never be bored nor nailed down to just one genre –and it shows in his weekly mixes of new and excellent tunes.
Forest’s favorite album is Duran Duran’s 1993, self-titled comeback album – ever since his older sister cleaned out her junk drawer and gave him the cassette single “Come Undone” when he was about 12. Despite this, Jayvee still let him write for The Round Table and even trusts him to come up with his own story ideas.
Hailing from North Dakota, Megan has desperately been trying to get away from country radio stations and now has her dial turned to wussy indie music most of the time. If you’re in the mood for sulky female singer-songwriters, she’s your girl.