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DIY Venue the Josephine Surpasses Its Fundraising Goal, Hopes to Open Record Store in December

16 minutes agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Success! PS You can still chip in. Ballard DIY venue the Josephine surpassed its fundraising goal of $9,000 yesterday. As of September 1, lease-holders/talent-bookers Malaki Stahl and Olivia Mendez's music/arts performance space had garnered $9,165 in 13 days. Show More Summary

It’s Just That Feeling

The tiny, shelf-level security camera at the grocery store is watching you. It’s recording your height, gender, race, and approximate age, as well as the brand of orange juice you just placed in your shopping cart. Oh, and it also knows...Show More Summary

Tesco’s plan to stock vinyl could kill more independent record stores

The news that Tesco will be the first UK supermarket chain to stock vinyl records is both surprising and worrying in equal measure. On the one hand, as someone who spent a massive amount of timing learning to mix and scratch throughout...Show More Summary

I love Apple Music and I’m willing to forgive its flaws

I love Apple Music, even though it has so many flaws that it can feel like condescending to the slightly-deaf, undeniably jerky owner of a brilliant record store as they school you on classic hip hop. Of course Apple Music loves Bob Dylan. Show More Summary

An Ode to Tower Records

Following a successful debut at SXSW, Colin Hanks’s documentary on the rise and fall of America’s largest record store, All Things Must Pass, has now released its trailer online. The film features interviews with Sir Elton John, Bruce...Show More Summary

‘All Things Must Pass’, An Upcoming Film Documenting the Momentous Rise and Heartbreaking Fall of Tower Records

yesterdayHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

All Things Must Pass, an upcoming film by actor/director Colin Hanks, documents the momentous global rise of the legendary music store from its Sacramento, California roots in 1960 to its heartbreakingly inevitable downfall in 1996. Established in 1960, Tower Records was once a retail powerhouse with two hundred stores, in thirty countries, on five continents. […]

Colin Hanks Made a Movie About Tower Records, and It Looks Fantastic

Remember when people used to go to the store to look at records and actually talk to each other about them... in person? Colin Hanks does, and he interviews some major talent in his upcoming documentary at Tower Records, All Things Must Pass. Show More Summary

watch the trailer for Colin Hanks' Tower Records documentary

Tower Records closed its last stores in 2006 after 46 years as one of the most iconic record store chains in the business. The last one in NYC, the Lincoln Square branch, closed in December of that year. The...

‘All Things Must Pass’ Trailer: Colin Hanks Chronicles the Rise and Fall of Tower Records

The idea of nostalgia for a record store is probably not even a thing for audiences under a certain age, but to anyone who sought out new and unusual music and all the cultural attachments that came with it, the best Tower Records locations around the world, from  Los Angeles to new York, London, and Tokyo, were regular stops. Show More Summary

Welcome to Park Blvd, the Record Store Betting You'll Buy Overlooked Rap Tapes in the Internet Era

CDs at Park Blvd / Photos by the author Is art—particularly music—flourishing in the digital age? Sure, technology's opened up music production and distribution to be more accessible and democratic. But the internet produces so muchShow More Summary

Is Trackd the app musicians & songwriters have been waiting for?

Recording songs could be about to get much quicker, easier and more collaborative, with the release of music-mixing app Trackd. Available for iOS on the iTunes store, Trackd aims to simplify the recording process by allowing users to record 8-track songs straight from their iPhone, as well as mix, pan, play, scrub, and delete recordings. Show More Summary

Latest TVEyes Ruling A Mixed Bag: Archiving & Sharing Privately Is Fair Use; Downloading & Sharing Publicly Is Not

6 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Last year, we wrote about a big fair use win by TV monitoring company TVEyes -- a service used by governments, news companies and more to record, index and store TV broadcasts and make them searchable. Fox, a company that sometimes relies on fair use itself, sued TVEyes, alleging infringement and a violation of the infamous hot news doctrine. Show More Summary

This Pop-Up Record Store Just Sells Noise

Renderings courtesy of the artist Jeff Thompson is an artist whose works deal in randomization and extremes. Computers on Law & Order was a project, commissioned by new media incubator Rhizome, where Thompson went through 456 episodes...Show More Summary

Vinyl Lives: Scotti’s Record Shop – Summit, NJ

Any business that stays open for over fifty years safely earns the status of being an institution. Any record store that stays in business for this long earns the status of hero. Nestled between Summit Ski & Sport and the Bow Tie Beacon...Show More Summary

Lana Del Rey Reveals Official 'Honeymoon' Cover, Drops 'Terrence Loves You' - Full Song & Lyrics!

Lana Del Rey is vacation ready in the just released official artwork for her upcoming third studio album Honeymoon! The 14-track set, which is set to hit stores on September 18th via Interscope Records, features the 30-year-old entertainer’s previously released title track and the lead single “High By The Beach.” PHOTOS: Check out the latest [...]

Stellar Remnant Sells Techno Records at Underground Dance Parties

“This is going to be our third pop-up appearance,” says Ed Vertov of Stellar Remnant, the new Highland Park-based electronic music label and online record store. “We started doing them this summer because the online shop is being launched right now. We are doing it for now exclusively at Acid...

Has The PCEHR Just Become Obsolete? - This Looks Like An Interesting Approach For the 21st Century.

This appeared a little while ago;Zobreus Launches the Patient-Oriented Electronic Medical Record Free app gathers medical records and securely stores them on mobile devices SILICON VALLEY, Calif., Aug. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- FreshShow More Summary

The Issues Around Using Big Data to Track Employee Performance

by Angela Guess Joe Sherwood of SAP recently wrote in Forbes, “The recent leak that exposed the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) for their global surveillance practices (i.e., collecting and storing phone and email records en masse) sparked quite a controversy regarding the invasion of privacy. Show More Summary

Insanely simple iPhone trick lets you instantly free up iCloud storage space

iPhone storage can be a problem for many users, especially handset owners who love taking pictures, recording videos and storing lots of digital content on the device. The issue is even bigger if you have 8GB or 16GB iPhones and youShow More Summary

Phil Cook – “Anybody Else”

Back in Megafaun’s early days, Phil Cook’s day job was clerking the record store he co-owned. It seems like he wouldn’t have time for that these days; aside from his integral role in groups like Megafaun, the Justin Vernon-affiliated GAYNGS and DeYardmond Edison, and working on various pieces and parts of records by Hiss Golden […]

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