Have you ever wondered what it would sound like if an Indian Carnatic master of Konnakol, the art of performing percussion syllables, were to make music based on the Fibonacci Sequence? Me neither but I am very happy that B.C. Manjunath did just that.
Do you fall in love often? With music? I do and while it feels like a regular occurrence, I can fall for the wrong song. I fell in love with Idris Ackamoor and the Pyramids’ An Angel Fell the very first time I listened through. And I fell hard.
Concord Music, home to Stax and Rounder to name just two, announced last week they’ve purchased Fania Records from Código for an undisclosed sum.
I rarely look at Billboard’s Hot 100. There’s really no reason beyond curiosity about the Hot 100 itself seeing as my music choices rarely, if ever, make the cut.
While my musical appetite is omnivorous, my tastes in reading about new music are comparatively spartan.
Even though Smerz Have Fun has only been around since March of this year, I’ve listened to it 44,002 times (give or take).
I’m a fan of Tim Hecker dating back to 2011’s Ravedeath, 1972. His music can be spare and brooding which suits me just fine at the right times.
Universal Music Group (UMG) is the world’s largest label by revenue, reporting €2,628 million for the first half of 2018, a +6.8% change year-on-year. UMG is home to Capitol Music Group, Deutsche Grammophon, EMI, Polydor, Verve, Republic Records, and more. The company announced their plans to sell off up to half of the share capital of the label group within
What a great list! Bleep gathers up a nice, big, fat, and varied list of 100 soundtracks on vinyl to keep you inside on long hot summer days.
I had the good, no make that great, fortune of seeing Le Butcherettes live last year at Rough Trade in Brooklyn.