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Photo and story by Wendy Anderson / Contributing Writer At the age of only 25, Zac Woodward’s resume already includes acting in “The Hunger Games” and modeling for Nashville Fashion Week and Abercrombie. His time, learning and involvement in the Department of Recording Industry at MTSU prepared him for the professional world. When he was …

Photo by Brinley Hineman // Assistant News Editor Murfreesboro is home to alternative pop rock four-piece Chasing Lights, one of Match Record’s newest signees. While the group — Landon Holloway, Brandon Wyatt, Tanner Mayhall and Spencer Johnson — has been compared to the likes of the 1975, guitarist Mayhall says the band pulls inspiration from many artists, mashing genres together to …

Photo by Andre Rowlett // Sidelines Archive Match Records, MTSU’s student-run record label, will host an artist showcase at Soulshine Pizza Factory on Sunday afternoon. The label’s four acts — which all feature MTSU students — will perform at the Music City venue/restaurant, which is located at 1907 Division St. in Nashville, from 2-5 p.m. Match’s …

By Darrell Martin // Contributing Writer | Photo courtesy of Match Records MTSU’s Match Records will be hosting a Beat Battle on Thursday at 7 p.m. in room 221 of the MTSU Learning and Research Center Building (LRC). For those that do not know, Match Records is a student-run record label at MTSU. This year, eight contestants …

Jessica Williams // Contributing writer Have you ever seen a group of producers go head-to-head in an elimination showcasing the hardest, coolest, most head-rocking beats MTSU students have to offer? Match Records, a record label based at MTSU, is gearing up for its annual Beat Battle. On Nov. 5, eight contestants will compete for a …

Match Records & the Department of Recording Industry presented their Fall Listening Night on Friday, Dec. 5, 2014. (FILE/Match Records)

Match Records, MTSU’s student record label, hosted a Listening Night on Friday in the Student Union Ballroom. Recording industry students and professors gathered for a crowd of students and faculty to showcase the program’s latest works. The program was open to any recording industry student who wished to participated. The night consisted of 24 projects, all of …