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Music Matters Media covers all genres of music from pop, R&B and hip-hop to EDM, pop-punk, alternative rock and more! Listen as we discuss music news, album reviews, concert reviews, discover up-and-coming artists and talk about all things music. Tune in for our weekly episodes now on iTunes and Soundcloud! Visit our website at: www.MusicMattersMedia.com Follow Music Matters Media on social media: ⬇️ Instagram: instagram.com/musicmattersmedia (@MusicMattersMedia) Twitter: twitter.com/musicma ...
 
PLEASE SEND DEMOS TO: demo@blacksoulmusic.com (ONLY Downloadable SoundCloud links will be listened) Leading regional electronic music (underground house, deep house, soulful, tech house and nu disco) record label. The label is established in 2006 and it's owned by Croatia's biggest export in house music Tom Pasanec artist also known as BLACKSOUL / PEZNT. Licensing / Publishing: info@blacksoulmusic.com All inquiries: info@blacksoulmusic.com Check out www.blacksoulmusic.com for more.
 
3 friends hoping to make the world a better place one song at a time. Our musical tastes span a wide variety of genres, many of which aren't played on mainstream radio. We want to bring these sometimes overlooked and unknown artists to you. Music that moves you, music that means something, music that matters.
 
The Current Music News is the essential daily listen for fans of all genres to catch up on what matters in the music world. Hosts Jay Gabler and Jade break down industry developments to explain how they affect you, fill you in on breaking news about upcoming releases, and surprise you with strange-but-true stories. It’s a quick, fun and informative rundown that will make you think, make you laugh, and help you understand what’s happening onstage and behind the scenes in popular music. There’ ...
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original concept, I will once again be playing dance music that you may or may not have heard, but this time said music will be readily available, if pointed ...
 
A Winnipeg-based music podcast and UMFM radio show created by Ashley Bieniarz since 2015. Each episode features interviews with emerging or established local music-makers to connect fans or influence other musicians who are thinking of starting a performing career. Through stories of songwriting, album releases and tours from around the world, listen to the unique journeys of local artists who love what they do.
 
The Music SuperCast (MSC) podcast explores the collision of music and image from the perspective of music supervisor, creative director and VP of the Canadian Guild Of Music Supervisors, David Hayman of Supergroup Sonic Branding Co. Candid Conversations. Music Matters Uncensored. Stay Super! Los Angeles // Toronto This is what we are into. What we listen to beyond the charts. What we watch, binge and help create. What we are passionate about. The creators we are curious about. The makers, dr ...
 
The Unity message is universal, uniting, empowering and transformational. Carrying this message to the world with the power of music and song are scores of singers and songwriters who dedicate their extraordinary gifts to helping heal the world and spread the message of unity and oneness. Tune in to Posipalooza: Music That Matters with host Richard Mekdeci to hear the music and the artists who are changing the world, one song at a time.This program is sponsored by Empower Music and Arts.Join ...
 
Do you have a passion for producing, recording, mixing, or mastering music? Do you want to quit your day job so you can focus on your studio full time? Most us are simply musicians who fell into this because of our passion for creating art in the form of better music, better mixes, and better recordings. Very few of us went to business school, have any sort of formal business training, or have experience running businesses in the past. Throughout The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast, Brian Hoo ...
 
CONTACT/BOOKINGS: info@deanyoungmusic.com Dean Young is a Canadian country singer songwriter from Ontario. Young was raised in a musical family and was even showcasing his talents at square dances by the age of 3. While no musical journey is ever an easy one, Young has had his fair share of trials and tribulations. Despite everything Young has persevered and poured his heart and soul into creating his music. From his self-produced EP Young Country (2011), to his recently released debut origi ...
 
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Kate Molleson talks to folk singer songwriter Sam Amidon about his new album and breathing new life into his American folk heritage. We hear from the author Anne Searcy, too, about her new book on the role ballet played in US-Soviet Cold War relations. And Kate is joined by Allegra Kent, one of the prima ballerinas of New York City Ballet who toure…
 
Laura and Nigel continue in The Soca Sessions with an intriguing chat with Toronto-based singer, composer and producer Kerwin Du Bois on his role in crafting a new crop of soca entrepreneurs. He also delves into the nitty-gritty of the competitive soca industry and places front and centre the role of the consumer in making soca music a global pheno…
 
Justin Linn Justin Linn is an eclectic guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. He joins us this week to about tour stories, quarantine show experiences and the nerves involved in auditioning for a legendary band. Justin's website: justinlinnmusic.com Find him on Bandcamp Check out his music on Apple Music Stream his music on Spotify Follow Justin on In…
 
On the 167th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Good News" by Megan Thee Stallion, "While The World Was Burning" by SAINt JHN, and "So Help Me God!" by 2 Chainz. RAP BEEF (part 1): Gucci Mane and Jeezy settle an old score on Verzuz. An update on Jeremih's battle with covid-19. Benny The Butcher is shot during a robbery attempt. Lil Wayne faces up to 1…
 
On the 166th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Pluto x Baby Pluto" by Future & Lil Uzi Vert, "POWER UP" by AC/DC, and "From Dark To Light" by NLE Choppa. New Singles: "Holiday" by Lil Nas X, "Bridged By A Lightwave" by deadmau5 & Kiesza, "Separate" by Sage Kelzizun, and "No Save Point" by Run The Jewels. Wave 3 of covid-19 strikes the United States, …
 
This week Tom Service focuses on freelance musicians. He hears from the violinist Daniel Hope about the collaborative Hope@Home concert series featuring performances with young freelance musicians from his own living room in Berlin, which have been broadcast by the German/French ARTE TV network since the start of the pandemic and have reached a sta…
 
On the 165th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Visions of Bodies Being Burned" by clipping., and "Tunng Presents...DEAD CLUB". The Death Corner returns to mourn the loss of Ken Hensley of Uriah Heep (75) and King Von (26). 6ix9ine appears to be celebrating the death of King Von. The Visions of Bodies review. Lana Del Rey had her mind on other things …
 
Photo: BYU ArtsAs part of the BBC's focus on disability this month, marking the 25th anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act, Tom Service takes a look at how the music industry deals with disability. We hear from the celebrated American violinist Itzhak Perlman, who suffered from polio as a child, as he tells Tom about the need for the ind…
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original con…
 
On the 164th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Love Goes" by Sam Smith, "missunderstood" by Queen Naija, and "Black Foxxes" by Black Foxxes. Trump pulls in his last desperation endorsements from the rap community, including picking up Lils Wayne and Pump while losing 50 Cent. The Love Goes review. Musicians unite to demand 1 cent per Spotify stream. …
 
Tom Service asks what climate change means for classical music, and explores how cultural organisations, practitioners and institutions can respond to looming environmental challenges. We speak with the American composer, John Luther Adams, as he looks out over a freak wintry landscape of cactuses covered by snow in the Chihuahaun desert. He shares…
 
On the 163rd episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Music Is The Weapon" by Major Lazer, "Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez" by Gorillaz, and "The Amanda Tape" by THEY. New single: "Dvergmál" by Sigur Rós Dan and Sean listened to the 3 hour Kanye West interview on Joe Rogan so you don't have to. The Music Is The Weapon review. An update on alternati…
 
Kate Molleson looks at how music venues and institutions across the world are responding creatively to the programming and performance challenges of COVID-19. Kate talks to Deborah Borda, Chief Executive of the New York Philharmonic. The orchestra has cancelled all scheduled concerts until June 2021 but its musicians have been reaching every corner…
 
Rockets Are Red Jeff Everett is a designer and artist from Washington D.C. He has designed posters and prints for The Gaslights Anthem, Bouncing Souls, Frank Turner and many more. He joins us this week to talk about working with bands, the process of design and the pros & cons of being a freelancer. Visit rockets-are-red.com Follow on Instagram Lik…
 
The Runaways — “Cherry Bomb”, 1976. Joan Jett and Lita Ford blowing up outdated expectations of girls’ behavior? Fuck yes. Let’s start right here. Anthemic for every generation. Minuit Machine — “Prey/Hunter”, 2019. The slow-building panic and claustrophobia is deathly effective; by the end all I want to do is run toward a light I’m not sure I can …
 
On the 162nd episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Fake It Flowers" by beabadoobee, "The L.I.B.R.A." by T.I., and "BOOGY WOOGY" by Deaton Chris Anthony New singles: "Do You Ever" by James Blake, and "All That" by Emotional Oranges feat. Channel Tres. Diddy really get into politics? The Fake It Flowers review. Ice Cube defends his decision to meet with Do…
 
Laura and Nigel chat with Trinidadian soca artiste, Erphaan Alves, who for the past five years, has championed the "No Seasons" campaign, an initiative designed to encourage soca artistes to release music all year round, instead of for a Carnival season. With the COVID-19 pandemic forcing artistes to see their product outside the realm of festivals…
 
In anticipation of Gorillaz' newest record "Song Machine Season 1: Strange Timez", Dan refreshes two classic Audioface episodes with music samples: episode 55 (Gorillaz: Then and Now Now) and the review of Now Now from episode 55. The new album Strange Timez will be reviewed in an upcoming episode of Audioface. Subscribe to Audioface wherever you'r…
 
On the 161st episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "lil kiiwi" by Kiiara, "As Long As You Are" by Future Islands, and "RE-ANIMATOR" by Everything Everything New singles: "Gorgeous" by SAINt JHN, "Praise" by Tchami feat. Gunna, and "Heart Smile" by Diggs Duke. Tory Lanez is charged for almost certainly shooting Megan Thee Stallion in the foot. The lil kiiw…
 
Her song is mega-viral on TikTok. Taylor Swift and Khalid have lauded her with praise. Can Sean pronounce her name? In anticipation of her debut album, Sean takes Dan through the brief history of one of indie's biggest sensations - beabadoobee. Her album "Fake It Flowers" will be reviewed on a future episode of Audioface. Subscribe to Audioface whe…
 
A much gentler mix this time. Starts at a fast pace but slows progressively until the final reverb drains away. Ritual Howls — “Nervous Hands”, 2016. Ritual Howls drape their songs in baroque, tenebristic tones that paint uncomfortable soundscapes. Here, the mournful guitar suggests a night in the desert you’ll be lucky to escape. For Against — “Am…
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original con…
 
On the 160th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "The Album" by BLACKPINK, "Savage Mode II" by 21 Savage & Metro Boomin, and "Shiver" by Jónsi An unauthorized Whitney Houston hologram appears, and Meg Thee Stallion uses her SNL performance as a platform for her message. The Album review. 6ix9ine is hospitalized. The Savage Mode II review. Youngboy NBA a…
 
Laura and Nigel chat with St. Vincent-born, US-based soca performer and prolific composer, Problem Child about the business of soca in this time when the the 2020 Carnivals were cancelled and the possibility that next year's may be on hold. Is soca without Carnivals affecting the proliferation of the music? Problem Child has some answers.…
 
Tom Service hears from Ray Chen about the online videos he’s created during lockdown, which have attracted hundreds of thousands of followers, and Ray compares his ten million dollar Stradivarius with a $69 violin. We speak to the writer Stuart Clark about the ancient Greek theory that linked music with the stars, and his new book, Beneath the Nigh…
 
Artists including Neil Young, the Rolling Stones, and R.E.M. have asked the President to stop playing their music at campaign rallies - and this isn't the first election cycle where musicians have clashed with politicians over the unauthorized use of their songs. Why can't musicians get politicians to stop using their music? Jay and Jade explain.…
 
In 2008 I started a series of radio shows with fellow Freak and host, Jonny Rock. The original format was based around vinyl. Digital started to creep in, then CD's, then YouTube rips, and so on. But the idea remained the same, that we were sharing our discoveries with an audience. Fast forwarding a couple of years and expanding on the original con…
 
On the 159th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "The Ascension" by Sufjan Stevens, "Shore" by Fleet Foxes, and "Ohms" by Deftones New Singles: "Model Village" by IDLES, "Silver Lining" by The Neighborhood, "Hectic" by A$AP Ferg feat. Diddy , and "Be a Rebel" by New Order Who told Tory Lanez to release an album about his incident with Megan Thee Stallio…
 
Kate Molleson speaks to the Canadian soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan about a new scheme to help support young artists share the stage with the world’s leading soloists, and grant young professional conductors opportunities to lead an orchestra during rehearsals. We also hear another instalment from our ‘Musicians in our time’ series, and are…
 
The festival has now announced that its spring 2021 event will be at least partially virtual. At the same time, SXSW hasn't entirely given up hope that a live-in-person option could be part of the mix. 'SXSW is working with the City of Austin and public health authorities on plans for a physical event in 2021.'…
 
If you’ve been listening to The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast lately, you’ve probably heard that we’re about to make a major change. Listen now to hear all the details about what’s happening to The Six Figure Home Studio Podcast and what you can expect from us in the future!על ידי Brian Hood and Chris Graham
 
Big Black — “He’s a Whore”, 1987. Albini and co. launch a grindball sardonic sludge from their shit catapult. Automatic — “Mind Your Own Business”, 2019. Classic Delta 5 jam repurposed by a one of the most exciting post-punk trios of the new school. Can I lick the crumbs from your table? Fuck yes. Gang of Four — “To Hell With Poverty”, 1981. From a…
 
On the 158th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Detroit 2" by Big Sean and "American Head" by The Flaming Lips Cardi B files for divorce from former Audioface Noted Little Bitch Offset. TikTok narrowly avoids one ban and faces another. The Detroit 2 review. The Lady Antebellum lawsuit escalates. A trans anarchist metalhead just won a Republican electi…
 
Tom Service catches up with viola player Lawrence Power to talk about his filmed series of Lockdown Commissions from major composers, and his imaginatively re-worked West Wycombe Chamber Music Festival in Buckinghamshire. The newly installed Artistic Director of English National Opera, Annilese Miskimmon, revels in the return of live opera with ENO…
 
Electric Vocuhila combine the spirit of free-jazz legend Ornette Coleman with driving urban guitar rhythms like tsapiky from Madagascar or Congolese sebene. They masterfully sew them together on their pulse-raising third album, Palaces. "I had a long time love for African music and the repetitive motifs used in bebop and free jazz," the band's saxo…
 
all is always a big publishing season, and this fall is going to see a slew of new books for music fans - including a poetry book by Lana Del Rey, a songwriting guide from Jeff Tweedy, a Mariah Carey memoir, and a book inspired by David Byrne's sensational Broadway show.על ידי Minnesota Public Radio
 
In 2000, the CEO of Netflix tried to convince Blockbuster to buy Netflix for $50 Million and they were laughed out of the room. Now Netflix is worth $210 Billion and the last remaining Blockbuster store for $4/night on Airbnb. The recording industry has made the same mistake as Blockbuster, and it’s the main reason so many studios have been shutter…
 
On the 157th episode of Audioface: REVIEWS: "Top" by YoungBoy Never Broke Again, "Zeros" by Declan McKenna, & "Universal Want" by Doves. New singles: “Strange Timez” by Gorillaz feat. Robert Smith (Song Machine ep. 6), and "Turntables" by Janelle Monáe. Gorillaz announce a complete "Song Machine" album due out later this year (barring Dan from spea…
 
Laura and Nigel speak to Billboard magazine writer, Pat Meschino, about the coverage of Caribbean music in the US and foreign print and editorial media. The mechanics of pitching stories to publications, and the importance of reliable data on artists and their music are explored for a Caribbean context of how to get the story of Island music into t…
 
Mattersville Shop Angel and Scott from the Mattersville Shop join us to talk everything PMA and DIY. You can support them by buying stuff from MattersvilleShop.com Follow Mattersville on Instagram Give them a like on Facebook Playlists Check out our Spotify playlist here. Check out our Google Play Music playlist here. Credits Music played: Jolee "I…
 
Admas, a quartet of young Ethiopian musicians living in exile in Washington DC, had a ball recording an album of synth-heavy, funked up versions of Ethiopian classics. 'Sons of Ethiopia ' was soon forgotten but became cult among fans of ethiojazz. Now reissued by Frederiksberg Records, it reflects happier times from a generation that "just escaped"…
 
You always hear us preaching about “finding a niche to dominate”, but you just can’t seem to get traction anywhere. Why do some people naturally find a niche while others are stuck in a perpetual state of being a generalist?In this episode, we dig into 6 common mistakes that hold people back from dominating their niche.…
 
Dan and Sean dive into the journey of rap music's modern great: Kendrick Lamar. (For brevity's sake, we begin with Overly Dedicated) Who knows when his next masterpiece drops, but it tends to happen suddenly... Subscribe to Audioface wherever you're listening so you always get new episodes. For politics, Subscribe to Power Report if you haven't alr…
 
Radio 3’s flagship magazine programme Music Matters returns this Saturday as Tom Service surveys the developments that have occurred in the musical world during an unprecedented summer period blighted by COVID-19. Discussing the significance of local performance, the role cities play in creating cultural energy, how music is serving audiences in bo…
 
What's it like running a college radio station in fall 2020, as students return to campus amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic? Jay Gabler talked with Julian Green, program director of Radio K at the University of Minnesota.על ידי Minnesota Public Radio
 
“HUSTLE OR DIE”. That’s the message you hear from so many business gurus. Your to-do list seems to grow exponentially the more education you consume. It can be overwhelming, exhausting, and ultimately send you down the path of burnout.Instead of trying to do everything, you can simply focus on the minimum amount of work for that thing to be effecti…
 
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