The first thing I would say is that, in fact, if you take the U.S. market, Netflix Hulu and Amazon are all pretty big. So there isn't only one, there's three. And they're different. So the question I think is, over time, how do music services create a unique experience for customers? The other thing is that what you described is true in the United States, but not true anywhere else in the world. This is the only country of any scale that has statutory licensing. So in the United States you have a lot of noise, you have a lot of services which can't exist in...
Say word. Foxy Shazam just dropped a new LP called Gonzoon Bandcamp, where you can also stream it. This is the band's first self-released music since 2005 and it was recorded with Steve Albini, so honestly why are you still reading this news post? You know how fast Bandcamp downloads are? You could be listening by now. If you're still here, jump to the replies for more information and tour dates with Larry and His Flask.
Boardroom Heroes have been announced as a part of this year's Fest lineup. If you visit their page on the Fest site (check out the "MP3 sample" section), you can hear a brand new song called "Never Ready" from their upcoming EP, New Wage, which was recorded by Brian McTernan and will be released early this summer on Sinking Ship Records.
Check out a demo of "Beat It" performed only by Michael Jackson's voice. Holy shit. If I was writing some viral headline I'd tell you how this will just about blow your mind-hole.
One of his engineers Robmix on how Jackson worked: ďOne morning MJ came in with a new song he had written overnight. We called in a guitar player, and Michael sang every note of every chord to him. ďhereís the first chord first note, second note, third note. Hereís the second chord first note, second note, third noteĒ, etc., etc. We then witnessed him giving the most heartfelt and profound vocal performance, live in the control room through an SM57. He would sing us an entire string arrangement, every part....
When we were writing and recording for our latest album, No Matter How Narrow, we came up with a lot of songs that we really liked, but didn't necessarily fit in with the overall sound of the record. "Kaspir" is one of those songs. It's definitely one of the heaviest songs we've ever recorded and it's probably a good representation of what our next release will sound like. Check it out! We hope you enjoy it!
Tycho's new album Awake is now streaming on SoundCloud. New tour dates have also been announced (they're in the replies). This has been my goto album the past few weeks when I need something to zone out with and focus on writing -- definitely worth checking out.
Basically the short story is I bought a plane ticket to NYC after making some money on selling "Smith Family" shirts, stayed with Jeff for a week and recorded all of this in his apartment with him. I ran...
Google Play Music has long been a solid option for uploading and accessing your music collection wherever you are, but using the Music Manager app to actually get your songs into the cloud wasn't always the smoothest or most intuitive process. However, a new feature tucked away in the experimental "labs" section of Play Music should make this process a lot easier ó users can now upload whatever music they want straight through the browser using simple drag-and-drop. If the songs are matched with Google's vast music library, they'll be added automatically; otherwise they're simply uploaded.
Stream a new Frameworks song called "Mutual Collision" via Noisey or in the replies. The song is taken from Loom, which is out on April 29 via Topshelf and can be preordered over yonder. There are tour dates (with Gates and/or Tiny Moving Parts and/or Old Gray) in the replies as well.
Somewhere In Time released the single "Diploma Candidate." You can listen to it in the replies. Email your paypal address to firstname.lastname@example.org to get sent a download link of the EP along with a penny for your thoughts.