A spoof website calls out Spotify for still screwing over artists.
Articles tagged "music"
German authorities are deciding whether to arm police with the "Nazi Shazam."
Did you even know sand dunes sing?
"Within this fireball was all of space."
The slow moan of Robert Wilson's recording remains conducive to a clean stream of uninterrupted thought.
CASH Music is crowdfunding summits to chart music’s future, and they want input.
For anyone who delights in psychedelic consumption and trippy VFX wizardry.
A new way to play whack-a-mole with media pirates.
Rather than just showing off technical brilliance, Riches's goal remains to show how things work.
YACHT's Claire Evans explains what a protest song can do in 2013—from fundraising to igniting a crowd at last weekend's 'Stop Watching Us' rally.
Premiering Computer Jay's "Binary Fix," featuring the programmable rap robot, Moogodore 2600.
"The suggestion is to try it out; it’s not tested on animals."
A pianist is future-shocked while ticklin' the silicon on the "Seaboard."
Adam Curtis and Massive Attack made us dance to the invasion of Iraq.
Spotify Landmark is basically what you'd get if you combined digital streaming with VH1's 'Behind the Music' and the New York Times' Snow Fall.
Long before Joseph Gorden-Levitt's hitRECord, where creatives upload unfinished content in an attempt to produce collaborative work, squatters from northern Italy were making their own crowdsourced art and music projects.
An experimental synth-and-Christ-laden video from the guy who once released a record filled with sounds of pigs eating.
You're nostalgic for the good old days.
But the booze trade organization calls it "trash."
We might know why we love sad music, and why heart-wrenchingly depressing songs make us happy, but it’s hard to say what drew us to any music in the first place.
The Re-Emerging D-Plan & I, talking nerd stuff.