Car CD Players Will Be Gone Very Soon, Do You Really Want That?

By Alyson Camus | January 21, 2015

My car is so old that it doesn’t even have a CD player but a cassette player! I kid you not! But I may be a winner at this level because cassettes are making a come back in hipsters’ world – I see more and more cassettes at the merchandize table of local bands in Silver Lake

iPhone App "Bands In Town" Nearly Gave Me A Stroke

By Helen Bach | February 26, 2013

An app called ‘Bands In Town” is stunning. Set your location and BOOM every show in your area right at your finger tips. Links to maps and ticket sites and it even pulls from your iTunes library to chart their tour activity. A music lovers dream right?

Wilson Pickett On Vinyl

By Robert Nevin | June 20, 2012

Up until now I’ve used my Sony turntable, but it too has the old RCA plugs. It would only work on our desktop computer and was a bit of a hassle to set up, so I didn’t use it as much as I wanted to. Then I spotted the Ion Quick Flash in Barnes and Noble and snapped it up.

U2 Have A Manager!

By Alyson Camus | February 1, 2012

Yeah Google helped us fight SOPA/PIPA and it was a good thing Mr. McGuinness! Didn’t he understand these bills were the worst attempt to kill freedom on the internet?

rock nyc Protests Against The "Stop On Line Piracy Act"

By admin | January 19, 2012

At the core of the issue is that these bills could cause censorship of the Web and deny website owners the right of due process central to our legal system. It is the first salvo in a war to make the Internet less Open. Many sites, including Google and Wikipedia staged black-outs of their sites yester

Spotify And The Atomic Bomb

By Iman Lababedi | December 16, 2011

I pay $10 a month for Spotify and have it on my cell and two pcs. When I have suggested this to other people as the deal of the century they think I’m crazy. They don’t spend $10 a month on music, why would they pay $10 a month for a subscription to a streaming site

Black Keys Not On Spotify

By Alyson Camus | December 15, 2011

They are really straightforward about it, saying that royalties coming from streaming services are not the equivalent to royalties coming from record sales, and that it is quite unfair to people who purchased the album that other people can stream it for free.

the Tetrafol Is A New Instrument Invented By Fol Chen

By Alyson Camus | December 12, 2011

The Tetrafol is a hand-held tangible electronic sound toy. Circuits enclosed by a wooden tetrahedron detect orientation and motion-gestures to modify the playback

Share Music Through New FB App

By Alyson Camus | September 23, 2011

Not Blowing My Mind

Spotify Respond To Charges They Underpay Indie Artists

By Iman Lababedi | September 20, 2011

they have a point

Very Small Things: How My Record Collection Got Smaller And Larger At The Same time

By Iman Lababedi | July 31, 2011

smaller and smaller and larger and larger

Hatsune Miku Is A Computer-Generated Singer

By Alyson Camus | July 7, 2011

How would you react if the performer were completely virtual, just an avatar

New Technology Capable Of Converting Sound Into Electricity

By Alyson Camus | June 26, 2011

imagine charging your cell phone on your tee