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The Beige Ubiquity of THE SOUND OF MUSIC

3 hours agoHumor / odd : Badass Digest

A mountain of sugar helps the Nazis go down. Read more...

AUDIO: Mel Sound’s “Carousel”

EDM? Newness? Into your life? Here’s a new EDM track to soothe your soul and this one is performed by Mel Sound, a producer out of Washington, DC who enjoys the power of house music and enjoys taking it beyond the limits. “Carousel” is the single and it was released two weeks ago by No […]

All sounds made equal in melancholy

The room is loud with chatter. Glasses clink. Soft music, perhaps light jazz or strings, fills the air. Amidst all of these background sounds, it can be difficult to understand what an adjacent person is saying. A depressed individual,...Show More Summary

Kartell - Attracted

Sounds like: Darius, Bondax, The 2 Bears Song: Kartell - Attracted What's so good? Well this is just positively lovely stuff from the Parisian house man, Kartell. As holds true with most of Kartell's music, "Attracted" is very easy on...Show More Summary

13 Mommy and Me Classes We Really Need

When you first become a mom, the classes posted on the bulletin board at your local coffee shop sound great. Mommy and me music gym for newborns and toddlers. Mommy and me music for toddlers on up. New mommy luncheons for moms of infants. Show More Summary

Around Town - Cloud Sounds: Artists Explore the Collaborative Future of Music and Production

Thu 04 Jun Find out how technology is helping musicians to be creative in this Vivid Ideas talk. James Lyell and Hugo Gruzman from Flight Facilities and Mikah Freeman...

C&L's Late Nite Music Club With Vår

I know what some of you are thinking. You are looking at the genre description I put in and thought, "Punk? They don't sound very punk." Well, I went ahead and looked these guys up and respected their wishes to identify as a punk band. Show More Summary

E.Doza – RYB

Toronto’s E.Doza who has been featured on Soulection Radio several times now and with only a year of releasing music he has put out nothing but quality sounds, stream his latest baile funk inspired track below.

Who Knew A 16-Knife Orchestra Could Sound So Good?

Music can come from just about anything, floppy drives included. All you need is a bit of effort and the electronic know-how to get… whatever you’re using to play in-sync. For artist Neil Mendoza, his instrument of choice was the humble kitchen knife. Well, 16 of them. More »      

Best Live Act: Scotland’s Incomparable YOUNG FATHERS

Edinburgh Scotland's Mercury Music prize-winning musical patchwork quilt of awesome, the Young Fathers, played Vancouver's Fortune Sound on April 30. And rather quite blew us all away. Here are the photos.

High tide of music to wash over L.A. this summer

When Martha and the Vandellas described summer life in 1964's "Dancing in the Street," they sang, "All we need is music, sweet music, there'll be music everywhere." Little could they have known our future relationship with sound.

Meet Kendall Custer: New on the Pop Scene With a Gracefully Bold Sound

Kendall Custer's first single, "Not Gonna Fall," and the accompanying music video were released May 22. The fact is, every moment we're in is the product of all the moments we've lived. That's just how it works. Still, some moments, some days, are bigger than others. Show More Summary

The beachy, communal yoga retreat that feels like a music festival

3 days agoHealth : Well Good NYC

Killer views, poolside yoga, and a group of people who become lifelong friends. Sounds like the makings of a pretty good vacation, no?


For a long time now, I’ve been drawing a line between two forms of making modern music: vibrated creation and synthetic creation. Yes, they can combine them, but the further you midi a vibrated instrument’s sound (i.e. string instrument, tapped persecution, wind resonated hollow body, voice box, etc.) the more it becomes less of that. Show More Summary

Everything Sounds the Same When You’re Depressed

A group of friends invites you along to a bar. As you order a drink, one friend leans over to ask you a question. You try to focus on his speech, but all you can hear is the bartender speaking to another customer, the music playing in the background, the din of conversations surrounding you. Show More Summary

Disney films remixed into electronic music

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

We've written before about electronic musician Pogo (a.k.a. Nick Bertke)'s YouTube channel full of movie sounds remixed into ethereal music or dance tracks. His latest combines the whimsy of Disney with a cool beat.

Sticking Around The Holiday Weekend? Free Concert At People's Music School

BRASS BASH! Join us for a free recital celebrating the beautiful sounds of brass instruments! This event will feature Uptown Academy students, performers from Northwestern University, and our ensemble in residence, The People's Brass Quintet.WHEN: Saturday, May 23rd at 3pmWHERE: The People's Music School, Uptown Academy, 931 West Eastwood AvenueCOST: FREE!

The Turn Up Is Strong in This One: Listen to Sicko Mobb's New Mixtape 'Mulah'

Chicago's Sicko Mobb is making some of the most unapologetically fun music in the world right now. I say "the world" because their sound, a triumphant, gleeful cartoon world of Auto-Tune, is something that goes far beyond as boring and...Show More Summary

PREMIERE: KYTES - "Inner Cinema"

I'm a sucker for hit-you-over-the-head catchy indie-pop which is exactly the kind of music KYTES create: their debut tune, "Inner Cinema," sounds like Phoenix if they'd been raised in a small town on the English coastline. Zippy synths,...Show More Summary

Karma Fields - Build The Cities Ft. Kerli (Redial Remix)

Sounds like: Prince Fox, Savoy, Lazerdisk Song: Karma Fields - Build The Cities Ft. Kerli (Redial Remix) What's so good? With the recent growth of "future bass" music, artists of all types have pushed themselves to the next level byShow More Summary

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