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Electronic Boleros and Difficult Techno: The Many Sounds of Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker

Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker is one of the more adventurous and prolific producers in Los Angeles, but in a musical ecosystem deafened by the screams of self-promotional hacks, he's easy to overlook. He’s either extremely calculated or overly relaxed. I can’t tell which. Later, as he's about to perform a live score...

Mariah Carey wisely demands Mariah Carey music as she dines

Sensible woman Mariah Carey will not settle for anything less than a constant soundtrack of Mariah Carey music.  According to Page Six, just before Carey and her fiancé, James Packer, entered a restaurant in Capri, Italy, the sounds of her very own heavenly vocals erupted through the previously quiet fine dining establishment. Show More Summary

Seeing Sound

Have you ever wondered what a music note might look like? Now you have, so go and check out Resonantia by artists Jeff Louviere and Vanessa Brown, a work which tests the limits of “cymatics—the patterns that sound waves induce in physical objects.” One of Louviere’s projects involved photographing the “shapes” of each of the 12 notes. Show More Summary

Willie Nelson's album salute to friend and mentor Ray Price is due Sept. 16

Willie Nelson will pay homage to fellow Texas country music giant Ray Price in a new album, “For the Good Times: A Tribute to Ray Price,” which is set for release Sept. 16. Price, who died at 87 in 2013, helped change the sound of country music in the 1950s with what became known as “the Ray Price...

A Woman President Wouldn’t Erase Centuries Of Male-Dominated Politics

Design & Animation by Tom McCarten. Graphics by Ella Koeze. Music & Sound by Redhorse Studio. As the very first female presidential nominee of a major party, Democrat Hillary Clinton is already in a historic position. Come November, she could achieve another milestone: becoming the first Madam President in United States history. Yet behind the […]

Suds & Sounds: Portland’s Burnside Brewing At The Crossroads of Beer, Food and Good Tunes

In our column Suds & Sounds we turn the spotlight on breweries, focusing on the role of music in that brewery’s history, packaging, tastes, and in its city or town as a whole. The idea is to get beer and music lovers to connect withShow More Summary

XamVolo - Down

Sounds like: Jordan Rakei, Anderson.Paak, Sampha Song: XamVolo - Down What's so good? Allow me to introduce you to Liverpool's XamVolo: He's a 22-year-old vocalist and producer who crafts the kind of music that makes you raise your arms to the sky and roll your hips. Show More Summary

Sound Art Shows You What Musical Notes Actually Look Like

Sound is something of an ephemeral phenomenon, existing in the moment that vibrations travel through the air.Those vibrations also exhibit distinct patterns, depending on frequency, which can be visualised by scattering a fine dust over a vibrating plate. Show More Summary

Sound Art Shows You What Musical Notes Actually Look Like

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Sound is something of an ephemeral phenomenon, existing in the moment that vibrations travel through the air. Those vibrations also exhibit distinct patterns, depending on frequency, which can be visualized by scattering a fine dust over a vibrating plate. Show More Summary

Nervo - People Grinnin'

Sounds like: The Child Of Lov, Prince Fox, Hardwell What's so good? If I'm being quite honest, I never thought I'd ever post a NERVO track on Indie Shuffle. The last time I listened to their music was probably five years ago at the height...Show More Summary

Getting To Understand John Cage Through His Letters

Question: “Is politics to society what music is to sound?” Cage: “Yes, if music is thought of as a body of laws to protect musical sounds from noises, as government protects rich from poor.”

Lee Gamble tells us why UIQ is more than just a label

File under artists who inspire us: Lee Gamble is for us the embodiment of thoughtful, adventurous sound making. CDM’s Zuzana Friday talks to him about his latest project, UIQ – one that brings rich discourse and dimension to music. -Ed. Show More Summary

OBie Mavuso - Cosmic Fire

Sounds like: Zero 7, Little Dragon, Maramza, Moonchild Song: OBie Mavuso - Cosmic Fire What's so good? I love it when good, original music comes out of South Africa. So many artists here (and throughout the world, for that matter), find...Show More Summary

Phebe Starr - Lavender Scars

Sounds like: Imogen Heap, Florence Welch, Adele Song: Phebe Starr - Lavender Scars What's so good? Phebe Starr is one of those rare artists whose music not only speaks to the soul, but captures it as well. The Australian songstress’Show More Summary

Music Review: On This Is Gap Dream, Gabe Fulvimar learns uncertainty is part of adulthood

On This Is Gap Dream, his third full-length offering for Burger Records, Gabe Fulvimar, who records as Gap Dream, showcases a new breadth and depth. It sounds like reaching this territory has taken its toll on him. This Is Gap Dream is about personal reinvention and, by extension, musical reinvention. Show More Summary

The O'Jays sound off against GOP's 'unauthorized' use of their music at Republican convention

Two founding members of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame vocal group the O’Jays have joined the expanding list of pop musicians voicing opposition to the use of their music at the Republican National Convention this week in Cleveland. O’Jays members Walter Williams and Eddie Levert issued a statement...

The Curious Story Of Mushroom Jazz, Dance Music's Chillest Genre Ever

The Surprising Origins Of The Shroomy, Genre-spanning Sound, According To The Man Who Invented It.

Vato Gonzalez - 2 Step (Crazy Cousinz Remix)

Sounds like: Cadenza, Toddla T, Riddim Commission Song: Vato Gonzalez - 2 Step (Crazy Cousinz Remix) What's so good? Infusing dancehall riddims, club music, and grime, UK Funky outfit Crazy Cousinz' remix of Vato Gonzalez's "2 Step"Show More Summary

Listen To This: Raging Lullabies!

The days of EDM are mostly done. Dance music, of course, still exists but it has evolved. The BPMs aren't as fast. The production is far more cool! Enter Alan Walker! His song Sing Me To Sleep is what dance music sounds like in 2016, and we love it! Vocals courtesy of Norwegian singer by Iselin Solheim. Warning: this definitely [...]

Kaytranada - Go Ahead

Sounds like: Zikomo, Galimatias, Flume Song: Kaytranada - Go Ahead What's so good? Kaytranada, music's Oprah of infectious dance tunes, is back at it again with "Go Ahead." Like, go ahead and quit your life 'cause you'll never be this good. Show More Summary

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