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Music is better than medicine. This physician-musician gives you 10 reasons why.

1. You don’t have to make an appointment with your doctor, or sit in a crowded waiting room for hours, to get music — you can just download it instantly from iTunes or pick up an instrument and play it. 2. Music costs far less than a medical office co-pay or out-of-pocket fee-for-service charge. And for […]

The Silent-Reading Party Is Tonight! With Live Music from 6 pm to 8 pm

4 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Ahhhhh. The air-conditioned Fireside Room. Courtesy of Sorrento Hotel Wow, it's so bright outside. Obnoxiously bright. If you tried to read a book outside after work today, you'd get a headache. The contrast alone. Black writing on a white page—no thanks. Show More Summary

Apple Music will make Spotify totally irrelevant within a year — here's why

Apple just killed Spotify's business on iOS. Spotify may keep its current 20 million users around, and it'll have room to grow on Android, but on the iPhone? Forget it. Here's the first reason why. If you have an iPhone or iPad, andShow More Summary

How to AirPlay from Apple's new Music app

AirPlay lets you take whatever's on your iPhone or iPad and beam it to your Apple TV or compatible speakers. With AirPlay, the content you have in iTunes is only ever a few taps away from filling your living room, bedroom, or entire house. Show More Summary

Napster Founder, Spotify Board Member Sean Parker On Apple Music, Taylor Swift And The Music Industry

With the pending launch of Apple Music, there is no shortage of "Spotify Killer" headlines. But there is room for more than one streaming music service, argues Napster co-founder and Spotify board member Sean Parker. ____________________________ It's been 15 years since Sean Parker turned the music industry upside down with...

Willie Nelson, Alison Krauss Enchant Seattle Stage

While their frequent bluegrass jams leave plenty of room for musical imagination, Alison Krauss and Union Station are the portrait of technical precision live. Krauss is a virtuosic fiddle player who boasts a voice that flutters high above her band's well-choreographed ballet of strings, with Jerry Douglas' Dobro piercing through...

Will Guitar Hero Live bring music games back into the living room?

Offering a vast collection of videos to play along to, Activision’s rhythm action reboot looks to be a worthy encore to a once-popular genre If you’ve been a gamer for at least 10 years, the chances are, your under-stairs cupboard is a shantytown of plastic guitars, dusty half-size drum kits and unsolvable tangles of wire. Show More Summary

Music acts are coming to Marriott hotels to attract millennials

Hotel lobbies are fast converting from a place to pick up and drop off a room key to a public living room, where guests hang out to enjoy snacks, drinks and listen to music.

Smart lightbulb doubles as a speaker to play your music

The home of the future could kill two birds with one bulb Astro is among the latest startups throwing a quirky spin on a household staple in an attempt to make it smarter. Astro's new smart lightbulbs Twist lights up a room but alsoShow More Summary

Paal Nilssen-Love, Bruce Brubaker, MuzsikA s and The Glasshouse Orchestra

Paal Nilssen-Love's Large Unit First Unitarian Congregational Society June 13, 2015 There aren't many churches where a believer can purchase Large Unit underpants upon entrance. Brooklyn's Issue Project Room experimental music venue is currently undergoing even further renovations, so they've been p...

The Celebration

There is a mom crying in the back of the music room. We have been invited here, for a celebration of the achievement of our sons -- her son, my son, two others -- in adaptive music, music for children who are disabled. The really disabled children. Show More Summary

The Celebration

There is a mom crying in the back of the music room. We have been invited here, for a celebration of the achievement of our sons -- her son, my son, two others -- in adaptive music, music for children who are disabled. The really disabled children. Show More Summary

Walker Audio lowers price of entry for audiophile disc spinners

There are turntables and there are turntables. Living room decks by such manufacturers as Thorens, Music Hall, Project and Technics will likely be sufficient for the high quality audio needs of most mortal vinyl lovers. But for audiophiles...Show More Summary

Dogs - new from FEINTS

Rock 'n Roll is all about great sound, but it's even more about having fun. With that in mind, I share with you a new music video from the band in the room having the most fun with their project. FEINTS are a Boston music outlet that...Show More Summary

AZEKEL - Sold My Love

Sounds like: One Room, Sampha, Frank Ocean Song: AZEKEL - Sold My Love What's so good? We've covered UK artist AZEKEL a lot here at Indie Shuffle, and that's for a very good reason: his music is sublime, and it just gets better with every release. "Sold My Love" is yet another great track from the promising East London artist. Show More Summary

Quick Bites: Spiller Park Coffee pop-up, Eventide's tasting room, and more

Grant Park brewery, Eventide Brewing, has opened a tasting room that allows for “such pleasantries as beer tastings, live music and lawn games” in their spot at 1015 Grant Ave. S.E. Heads up caffiends: Hugh Acheson and Dale Donchey’s...Show More Summary

Mix Tape: Music to abandon personal goals to

Requested by You know who it is • Compiled by CorReg So here you are. After several unfruitful, chaotic years of University studies that eventually led you to nowhere… you’re alone in a messy living room, sitting on the floor. Looking outside the tiny window, you can see a pale, cloudy sky. Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: The dulcet tones of cuckoldom inform this musical tribute to The Room

Tommy Wisseau’s The Room is the gift that keeps on giving. First, you’ve got the entertaining film itself with its idiosyncratic dialogue and attempts at profundity, all mired by a blind faith in one person’s vision. Then there’s the...Show More Summary

Fall Out Boy explain how to dance like Uma Thurman

Performing in the Toyota Concert Series on TODAY, the chart-topping rockers drop by the Orange Room to field a few questions from fans, revealing which "Games of Thrones" character they think would appreciate their music most, and just how to dance like Uma Thurman.

Weekend: Eat. Drink. Do.

A tiki beach party, a country music fest and more things to do this weekend in Chicago, June 12-14. EAT Big Gay Brunch Boiler Room 2210 N. California Ave. 773-276-5625 Josie Bush and Butch Sassidy the Come Dance Kid, resident DJs of the monthly Burly queer dance party, provide beats while you snack on pizza by the slice. Show More Summary

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