The Montana Grizzlies represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana.
The university is a member of the NCAA under Division I standing and competes in the Big Sky Conference and the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS). Montana's football program was founded in 1897 and has enjoyed a long and decorated history with multiple playoff appearances and national titles to its credit. Other men's and women's athletic programs sponsored by the university include basketball, cross country, tennis, volleyball, golf and soccer.
One of the more prominent electronic genres to emerge out of England in the late '90s was dubstep. Though the genre sounds nothing like dub reggae, the warble friendly form of electronic dance music found a wide listener base and swarms of eager dance crazed youths intent on moving to the infections music. As dubstep progressed into the 2000s several electronic composers, like English born Rusko, started to do innovative things with the genre's characteristic sound and progressed the style of music towards new heights. As Rusko and his contemporaries continue to do cool new things, its interesting to watch these musicians do ground breaking achievements with each new sonic endeavor of theirs.
Born in Arkansas, Justin Moore developed a strong relationship with music early in his life and by his junior year in high school, he was performing his own original country material. After graduating, Moor would go on to join his uncle's Southern rock band and move to Nashville in 2002. After gigging around for a while and networking, Moore met a young music impresario who was about to start a country music record label. Moore was quickly signed and his eponymously titled debut album was released in 2009 to fairly positive commercial and critical reception. Having since released more material and toured in support of it, Moore has garnered a fairly respectable fan base for himself.
The Green emerged out of Hawaii with a reggae sound infused with electro-hop, soul and pop. The bands's eponymous debut album featured its breakthrough single, "Love I", which earned significant radio play and sat comfortably on top of reggae charts for a record breaking 69 weeks. Bringing reggae in to the electronica realm of music, The Green has established itself as one of Hawaii's most promising local bands with its new wave reggae/trip-hop style.