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Got spit? The art of vocal percussion

No doubt, we've all tried making rhythms and sound effects using the mouth and voice, at one time or another. Some people have made vocal percussion into an art-form. It's entered the music world in the form of "beat box", the art of making drum beats, cymbal crashes and other sound effects using one's mouth, lips, tongue and voice. "Beat boxing" is an element of "hip hop" that originated in the early 80's. Today, it's making a comeback in college and professional a cappella groups to accompany their pop music. One of the vocal percussionists with SUNY-Potsdam's all male group, the "Pointercounts", is today's Heard up North.  Go to full article

Preview: Pointercounts Acapella Jam Saturday Night in Potsdam

It's music featuring the Potsdam Pointercounts! The men's vocal ensemble hosts its 10th annual Acapella Jam Saturday night at SUNY-Potsdam. The concert will include the women's group A# Arrangement, InnerLoop from Rochester and the women's group The Miscords from Middlebury College. Todd Moe talks with Pointercounts members Tony Ravinsky and Jon Eldridge about acapella music collegiate-style.  Go to full article
SUNY Potsdam's men's acapella group, The Pointercounts.
SUNY Potsdam's men's acapella group, The Pointercounts.

Acapella Jam at SUNY Potsdam

Acapella music collegiate-style with the Potsdam Pointercounts. The men's vocal ensemble from SUNY Potsdam hosts its 9th annual Acapella Jam this Saturday night in Snell Theatre.  Go to full article

In the Studio: SUNY Potsdam's Pointercounts

The Pointercounts, SUNYPotsdam's all-male acappella group, is hosting its annual A Cappella Jam, Saturday, March 31 at 8 pm in the Snell Music Theater on the SUNYPotsdam campus. It's a celebration of acappella music featuring The Pointercounts, as well as Ithaca College's Ithacappella, and A# Arrangement, also from SUNY Potsdam. The Pointercounts joined Todd Moe in the studio for a live performance.  Go to full article

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