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Did The Music Industry Fail Bobby Shmurda?

Last week in an interview with HipHopWired, Kendrick Lamar bluntly touched on the ongoing conversation about the lost craft of artist development with the quote below: … 802 more words


Thirty Seconds to Mars' "Artifact"

“Artifact” is a documentary put out by the rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars in 2012. This documentary directed by Jared Leto himself, a.k.a. Bartholomew Cubbins, deals with the ins and outs of the music business. 630 more words

Holiday Music Spotlight: Landlady

Brooklyn-based 5 piece folk band Landlady released their very hip version of “Please Come Home For Christmas” on “I may be lost but I’m laughing” Hometapes Holiday compilation. 63 more words

Indie Rock

Milk! Records favorite of 2014

Milk! Records is an indie label that is based in Melbourne, Australia. “We release our own music, our friends music, and we embrace the creative pursuits around us.” 2014 has been a successful year for them as they have had a plethora of releases. 61 more words

Indie Rock

Shazam: Shaping Tomorrows Big Hit

“What do you do when you hear a song that takes your fancy by an unknown artist, in a club, pub or in the Topshop changing rooms? 1,066 more words

Music Business

7 Of The Best - Clash Magazine's Top 7 Best Record Label's of 2014.

It’s coming to the end of the year, and the lists are coming out in full force. You know what I mean the ‘Top 10 Albums of 2014′ type albums. 319 more words


Why one of the biggest names in streaming music says Taylor Swift is a hero

Rdio is the forgotten player in streaming music.

The service is a bit like a Spotify-Pandora hybrid, marrying a free, ad-based internet radio service with a subscription-based, on-demand offering. 903 more words