Drew Tewksbury

Drew Tewksbury


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Drew Tewksbury

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LA based Cultural Journalist, Curator, Teacher of Entertainment Journalism.
Bio
Los Angeles-based multimedia journalist and editor. He’s the managing editor and producer of KCET’s transmedia project. Drew curates the monthly Guide section for the Los Angeles Magazine and teaches Entertainment Journalism at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
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Expertise
journalism, editing, music journalism, writing
Interests
rock, indie, electronica, music, pop, film / video
Location
Los Angeles, CA

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Serendipity by Luke Helmond feat.Corinna Covini

Drew Tewksbury

like the ethereal nature of this. The vocals are out of pitch a few times though.... 

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Bluenote Lullabye by Jason Kendall

Drew Tewksbury

really loved this

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Seraphina by Jason Kendall

Drew Tewksbury

nice sound

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Snapshots in Time by The Electrical Fire

Drew Tewksbury

Like the beats on this one, but there seems to be a lot going on. The backing tracks seem to be off key a little bit too...

Jason Kendall submitted media.

Drew Tewksbury

Add more diverse instruments

Jason Kendall submitted media.

Drew Tewksbury

If I had a red Camero, I'd drive slowly through my neighborhood, playing this song on full blast out my windows, then park my car at the baseball field, walk in slow motion to the home plate, and have a flashback to my high school days, when I was the pitcher on my team, and I got chicks and drank Schlitz in the dugout, then when the song ends, come to the realization that those days have faded away like the last chords of the song, which resonate into infinity.  

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Drew Tewksbury

I totally would listen to this when getting ready to give a really important power point presentation. 

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Drew Tewksbury

In my imagination, there is a Koreatown karaoke bar / BBQ joint that demands patrons to execute flawless lyrical flow in exchange for their food. The restaurant would play this song or other instrumental hip hop as the backing tracks and it would be called "Rap 4 Food."