I think we know this already, but our super cheap or free access to the World’s music catalog comes at a price. And that price is making working musicians an endangered species.
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Justin Vernon as Bon Iver made waves with the band’s self-titled second album. It turned out, one constant in Bon Iver’s music was beauty. Incredible beauty.
If I had to pick a favorite between the two, this one would win.
At long last.
Dry Cleaning’s languid and lovely New Long Leg, released on 4AD in April, is shaping up to be one my favorite albums of the year, teetering very near the top.
It feels like an eternity has passed between Aldous Harding’s last full length, Designer, from 2019. In some ways, an eternity has passed if we consider confinement a form of it.
Just when you thought things were getting better, Apple comes clean with their hopes for the future of music. And it’s all about sound effects. Ugh.
My daily iPhone Apple Music hi-res check finally turned up gold this very morning. Apple Music Hi-Res streaming has (finally) arrived!
Apple, who recently announced the immanent release of lossless hi-res streaming through Apple Music, doesn’t think very much of it.
I feel like I’ve written about Lowell Davidson and his sole record, Lowell Davidson Trio released on ESP-Disk’ in 1965, way too often. Turns out, I’m wrong.
Want to know how do get all of that high-resolution goodness from Apple Music into your hifi of choice with no fuss, no muss? Read on.
Music Is the Healing Force of the Universe is the name of an Albert Ayler album from 1969. “Racist, Sexist Boy” is the name of a single from The Linda Lindas from 2021.
You heard that right — Sharon Van Etten and Angel Olsen have just released a single, together, today.
Don’t count TIDAL out just yet.