If you've happened to stumble upon this blog, you're probably wondering who we are. Well, allow us to introduce ourselves.
All of us were originally members of the sports website, FanNation. While the site was directed entirely towards discussing sports, some of us realized that discussing music was just as enjoyable, if not more so. We began to talk regularly about music, and eventually, we created special groups where we could enjoy it. The first of these was Dogs, Pigs, and Sheep, a group made especially for classic rock fans. Later on, the Hip-Hop Fan Group and Karma Police (for alternative fans) developed. Before long, a rich culture of music had formed within a sports-dominated site.
We were happy there, but when FanNation decided to move to a horrible new format, we decided to leave. We had been fed up with FanNation's management and moderation for quite a while, and the new format was the last straw. Left without a place to write about music, several members from those three groups have now formed an ultra-blog, which we call "Dogs, Rhymes, and Karma," combining the three groups' names and music into one.
So here we are. If you've read this far, hopefully you're interested in what we do. So stick around. Learn about some new music. We'll blog on all genres, so you'll definitely find something that interests you.