The accompanying music in this video by singer Andrew Huang was produced entirely from sounds of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, as recorded by the Rosetta space probe's Plasma Consortium. Read more...
Sounds like: Tornado Wallace, Tiger & Woods, Ras_G Song: River Yarra - Moonlight Disco What's so good? Melbourne creative Raudie McLeod is no stranger to Indie Shuffle; a couple of his previous musical works have been featured here over the past year. Show More Summary
The Singapore Broadway Harmonica Ensemble is composed of six harmonica players and has performed for 19 years out of Singapore. The ensemble’s eerie, old-timey sound is accentuated by the selections they play, such as the classic bolero song “Bésame Mucho” and Jacob Gade‘s famous tango “Jalousie ‘Tango Tzigane.’” Here is a recording of the same […]
Milo Greene’s forthcoming album Control promises to be a distinct tonal shift from the more folk-pop oriented sound of the their first album, to a more upbeat ’80s electro pop vibe. The band’s music has always been rooted in a sort of wistful nostalgia with a bit of longing and melancholy stirred in. Show More Summary
Disco Fingers sounds like the name of a club drug invented by Chris Morris but is, in fact, a new music creation app for iPad that makes composing tunes cartoonishly simple. The three-person Norwegian startup behind Disco Fingers spent a year testing out different ways of simply composing tunes. Show More Summary
Music industry analytics firm Next Big Sound and FRUKT, a marketing company dedicated to the creating and delivering of smart ideas for brands through strategic partnerships with entertainment influencers, just concluded an in depth study of the relationship between brands and bands. Show More Summary
Earlier this year, Leonard Cohen released his thirteenth studio album Popular Problems, which has the man (now at age 80!) still sounding excellent and putting out essential music. Before the year ends, he'll be following that up a live...
Sounds like: Active Child, The Kite String Tangle, Mansionair Song: Hosaia x Luboku - Set To Go What's so good? As you can imagine, I listen to a whole lot of music. I, like all writers, have a process for sifting through all the tunes...Show More Summary
They look like a band that could easily fit in with any musical era of the last 25 years but Perth’s Thee Gold Blooms are heavily influenced by the music of the 1960’s. Even the title of their song, “Katie-Sun”, may sound innocent and fancy free but the music has a bit of grit and […]
Before the polar vortex takes all the fun out of winter, there are plenty of ways to get out and celebrate the stories and sounds of the season. Below is just a partial list of some of the best in theater, dance and music – from traditional to tongue-in-cheek, sacred to secular.
In a 2004 interview with this website, director John Landis discussed the theory that his film, The Blues Brothers, shares some plot points with The Sound Of Music. “I think you could do that with any movie,” he said. “I saw Galaxy Quest...Show More Summary
by Esther C. Werdiger Previously: The Fishwife With the Sleeve Tattoo Esther C. Werdiger writes, draws, and produces the music podcast Sounds Ace. 0 Comments
The name may sound like a duo or group, but Faith & Fury is the name Fiona Renshaw uses, who brings in her love of glam rock with pop, and is said to make music that is “Tarantino-esque”, whatever that means. She’s about to release an album called Lotus Eater and you’re now here to […]
NBC hopes to send your heart soaring (and its ratings soaring higher) on Dec. 4 when it airs Peter Pan Live, the network's first TV-musical production since last year's Carrie Underwood-fronted ratings gem The Sound of Music. The trailer,...Show More Summary
The very best musical theme of 2014: Artists returning to their most comfortable sounds to find brand new people—children, basically!—waiting to meet them there. One of the Disclosure boys was born the year before Whats’ the 411? came out; the other was born two years after.
Ever wonder what a collaboration between Nancy Sinatra and Ty Segall might sound like? Twist is the musical partnership between singer Laura Hermiston and producer Brian Borcherdt (best known as a member of the Canadian electronic band Holy Fuck). Show More Summary
Apple, like every smartphone manufacturer, is rather fond of sticking its own apps onto its devices, even if nobody actually uses them (coughStockscough). It sounds as though iOS users might be getting another piece of bloatware in the future in the form of Beats Music. Show More Summary
Move over Neil Young, the options for those who care about sound quality are expanding. Today, newly relaunched audio brand Technics announced the opening of a hi-resolution music download service offering 24-bit FLAC tracks powered by 7digital. Show More Summary
I had not heard of Sturgill Simpson until attending a Gamecock baseball game this past April. It was a cold day (luckily we had box seats) and I was talking with my friend Ryan, who I had invited along. Ryan and I don’t see each other often, but we’re always emailing and exchanging CDs and […]
Last year’s live performance of The Sound of Music (with Carrie Underwood) may not have been everyone’s cup of soup, but I personally liked it a lot. I never actually saw the original or the Broadway version, so I didn’t come into it with any expectations, but more than anything, I appreciated the pure spectacleMORE