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Pandora Wants You To Get Intimate With Brands In Exchange For Ad-Free Streaming

Stare at an ad for 15 seconds, and you can listen to an hour of uninterrupted music. Will you feel closer to a brand if it serves as your gateway to ad-free music streaming? Pandora sure thinks so. The online radio platform has introduced...Show More Summary

How to update iTunes on the Mac

iTunes is your gateway to music, movies, videos and much more. iTunes is included on your Mac, and provides you with access to your entire music library, along with videos, TV shows and movies you've purchased from the iTunes Store.Show More Summary

David Byrne, St. Vincent, Ad-Rock Blow Minds With Contemporary Color Show

For the better part of 40 years, the music of David Byrne has served as a gateway from the mainstream to outsider sounds: punk, African funk and sample-based collage, to name just a few. Now 63, Byrne still very much represents a conduit between worlds, only now the conversation is...

Hiring Guru: Neil Moore's Simply Music Gateway

Being a "hiring guy'" and entrepreneur, for me, has brought one very unexpected gift that continues to drive me ever so happily along my path. It's the people I meet, their vast abilities, their stories and their unique approach to life and the serving of others. Show More Summary

Spectra Announced

Gateway Interactive have today announced a new 8-Bit Music Racing game, titled Spectra, coming to Xbox One and PC on July 10th. Players will be able to blast their ships down intricate ribbons of light in time to the dynamic beats and original soundtrack by chiptune artist legend Chipzel (Super Hexagon, Size Does Matter, Interstellaria). Show More Summary

An Internet Protocol From 1989 is the Quick Fix that Never Died

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Welcome to Reading List, a weekly collection of great tech reads from around the web. This week explores the history of the Border Gateway Protocol, how our music recommendation algorithms are studying us, whether Seoul is becoming the new Silicon Valley, and more! Enjoy. Read more...

What's going on Friday? (Swervedriver, Title Fight, Patti Smith, JSBX, The Get Up Kids, Sannhet, Bob's Burgers Live & more)

Swervedriver at BV-SXSW 2015 (photo by Tim Griffin) You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights... Swervedriver, Gateway Drugs @ Music Hall of Williamsburg Arguably the heaviest, most rocking of...

Is Streaming the Music Industry's Gateway Drug?

The sharp and fabulous Zahavah Levine, VP of Global Music Partnerships at Google Play, shared a number of insights in discussion with Ted Cohen of TAG Strategic at today's SF MusicTech Summit. One thread that stood out for me: much ado has been made on the death of downloads. Show More Summary

Dougie F & DJ Fire – “Back Up On It (Jasmine)” Video

9 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The latest local music scene Diplo seems primed to shine a light on is the Jersey Club music of DJ Sliink’s Newark-based Cartel Music crew. The song we’re given as a gateway into that world is “Back Up On It (Jasmine),” a minimal sing-song banger by Dougie F & DJ Fire. Riding that slinky, ominous [...]

Indiegogo: Help the Louisiana Music Factory get a new sound system

Everyone’s favorite record store, which recently moved to fine new digs at the gateway to the Frenchmen Street Cultural District, recently started a campaign to purchase equipment for their much-lauded in-store performance series. Details are here. Show More Summary

Musician Proposes To Add Music To New York’s Subway’s Turnstiles

When we take the train and we insert our tickets or tap our train passes on the turnstiles, we don’t think too much of it. After all it is merely a gateway that separates us from our train. That being said what if there was a way toShow More Summary

Contest: This Is Lone Justice: The Vaught Tapes – Omnivore Recordings

Lone Justice was the gateway band for much of the music that I have loved and written about over the years. Maria McKee, Ryan Hedgecock, Marvin Etzioni, and Don Heffington helped define the term “Cowpunk in 80?s L.A. and were famous for their blistering live shows (which, alas, I never got a chance to see) [...]

Music Social Media Aggregator Rouse Enters Sports Scene To Kill App-Hopping

While creating a new breakthrough social network has proved difficult, the battle for shaping the first breakthrough aggregator of social network feeds – the gateway to our online lives – is still ongoing. So is the battle for becoming...Show More Summary

Carrie Underwood Launches New Line of Bright and Shiny Nail Lacquers

Despite being a lifelong New Yorker, four years in college in Colorado made me have a love affair with country music -- and my gateway drug for the country addiction was courtesy of American Idol princess Carrie Underwood. (I heard Before...Show More Summary

Feel-Good Friday: Hypno-Synth Edition

I've been listening to a lot of deep synthesizer workouts lately, ideal music for over-stimulated, highly caffeinated internet work. My gateway drug was probably the Field's excellent, sludge-trance remix of Sally Shapiro's "Lives Together": It's...Show More Summary

German Police Create 'Nazi Shazam' To Stop Music As A 'Gateway Drug'

German police have built a Shazam-like smartphone app that helps them identify hate filled rock songs being used as a recruiting and motivational tool by neo-Nazi and other far-right organizers. Music is seen as a "gateway drug" by German authorities. Show More Summary

Gateways To Geekery: Where to start with the music of Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, Frank Sinatra

Pop culture can be as forbidding as it is inviting, particularly in areas that invite geeky obsession: The more devotion a genre, series, or subculture inspires, the easier it is for the uninitiated to feel like they’re on the outside looking in. Show More Summary

Music: Gateways To Geekery: Where to start with noise-rock pioneers Sonic Youth

Pop culture can be as forbidding as it is inviting, particularly in areas that invite geeky obsession: The more devotion a genre, series, or subculture inspires, the easier it is for the uninitiated to feel like they’re on the outside looking in. Show More Summary

Music: Gateways To Geekery: Where to start with The Cramps 

Pop culture can be as forbidding as it is inviting, particularly in areas that invite geeky obsession: The more devotion a genre, series, or subculture inspires, the easier it is for the uninitiated to feel like they’re on the outside looking in. Show More Summary

Music: Gateways To Geekery: Sifting through the many solo albums (and names) of Frank Black/Black Francis

Pop culture can be as forbidding as it is inviting, particularly in areas that invite geeky obsession: The more devotion a genre, series, or subculture inspires, the easier it is for the uninitiated to feel like they’re on the outside looking in. Show More Summary

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