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Don't do 'Deacon Blues' at karaoke, and other Ste...
On a hot night in the summer of 2011, humidity hung in the air like a rack of Hawaiian shirts. At a karaoke bar on Catalina Island, I found myself singing "Deacon Blues." It was my favorite song on my...
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Will Tidal's artist exclusives ruin streaming mus...
Tidal, the Jay Z-led music-streaming service, recently relaunched at the end of March with a roster of high-profile celebrity backers, like Madonna, Rihanna and Kanye West. The event was much more...
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Life is a highway
If the warm spring weather and sunny skies have you dreaming of road trips and summer adventures, you're in good company. But crossing Montana's expansive territory can sometimes be a drag without the...
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Music streaming battle heats up for Spotify
Spotify could face competition from more than just rap mogul Jay Z. Photo: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP Music streaming battle heats up for Spotify Published: 02 Apr 2015 07:56 GMT+02:00 This week's...
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Spotify's global business head talks piracy, gett...
Spotify’s global business head talks piracy, getting better with data and who will survive in the Australian market In seven years Spotify has changed the way a generation listens to music, and...
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Rockin� For Ronald� s House with Mr. Denton on Doomsday, Sunday, April 26 An all-ages benefit show for the Ronald McDonald House of Mid- Michigan will feature live rock bands and an art raffle in...
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Radiohead art exhibition hits Sydney in May
A huge retrospective of artworks by artist Stanley Donwood is coming to Sydney as part of VIVID Live, including artwork produced in collaboration with Thom Yorke. A friend of Yorke’s from his stint...
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Why Cloud and streaming will save the music busin...
Analysis: Despite rejection by acts including Taylor Swift the streaming model could be set to take off. Record labels report sluggish, declining revenues as artists struggle to make a decent buck...
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Stoned? Here are the essential 4/20 albums
It’s 4/20! Are you too stoned to figure out what you want to listen to? Let the aptly-named Emerald guide you! Do you like electronic music? Does the magic of computers translate to your everyday...
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You’ve sold 17 million albums and you want to pay...
A professional photographer for more than 20 years, and published in Q, Melody Maker and Rolling Stone, Pat Pope has worked with many of the biggest names in pop and rock music, including Oasis, David...
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Is compression helping or hurting the sound of mu...
Compression has gotten a bad rap in recent times, but I'd wager nearly all of your favorite records are compressed. Some less than others, yet some of your most beloved tunes are massively compressed....
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10 amazing R.E.M. performances you’ve never seen ...
You Might Also Like When it came time to add saxophone to songs, the members of R.E.M. were judicious not only about how often they used the instrument — but who played the part. For the “Document”...
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Alt-J rocks fans at the Greek in Berkeley
Alt-J doesn't, in fact, play the Bay Area every other week. It just seems that way. The artsy English rock act has been through these parts so many times over the last two years, performing at such...
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In the cafe where you can pay what you want, what...
How much would you pay for food in a cafe which does not have any prices on the menu? And how would you decide what the price should be, if you knew the food you were going to be served was originally...
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Artist Suffers From Synesthesia, Amazingly Paints...
The neurological phenomenon known as 'synesthesia' (a union of the senses) forces individuals to perceive letters, numbers and even sound as inherently coloured. Those with the condition are known as...
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Phish Fan Decodes Band's 35-Minute Jam, Launches ...
It may sound New Age-y, but pianist Holly Bowling had a life-changing experience at a Phish show last year. At a concert in Lake Tahoe, the tireless jam band played a 35-minute-long version of the...
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Ryan Montbleau moves forward by looking back at...
You don’t casually invoke the name of Prince in a song. If your lyrics draw a line between you and his Purple Majesty, you need to bring the funk like it’s 1984 at Minneapolis’ First Avenue. Ryan...
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Riverside Festival promises to be biggest and bes...
The biggest festival of its kind in Scotland, now in its third year, it is staged in the grounds of Glasgow's Riverside Museum and has a line-up that attracts music fans from all over the country....
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Moscow Can't Afford Foreign Performers
Fans of Elton John and Limp Bizkit living in Moscow are facing tough times. The number of international artists coming to Russia to perform has plummeted in recent months as an economic slump and...
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Modest Mouse Sell Out Minglewood
On the surface, Modest Mouse's 22-year narrative might seem similar to the band's still-active contemporaries who also originated in American first- and second-generation post hardcore or indie rock....
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