4 Things All Music Publishers Should Know

You’ve read it before, but we’re going to write it again: living in the future is awesome, especially if you are an independent creator. The Internet makes both creating and sharing the things you make much easier. This is true of writers, photographers, painters…heck, with 3-D printing becoming more popular, it’s even true for sculptors!…

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Tony Baboon, the Tropical Indie Imp from Eastern Europe

Tony Baboon is the musical project of a particularly joyful individual from Br?ila, Romania. His real name is Adrian Cârciova, he is 28 years old, still remembers listening to music on cassetes, loves some good old fishing from time to time and besides music has a talent for visual arts as well. Before going solo…

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How Music in Movies Influences Music in General

Do movies set the pace for the music industry anymore? Which genre is taking the lead? They each have the ability to propel the other forward, but often it is the luck of a big hit on the silver screen that bring the music or an unknown artist into the foreground. Two directors who set…

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Rock n’ Animals: A Music Playlist

Popular music has always featured animals, way back to the days of iconic blues-men like Leadbelly who rhapsodized about farmyard creatures. Paul McCartney also revealed a baffling interest in Mary’s little lamb and some have made their love abundantly clear. Here is a list of re-imagined songs from Bryan Adams to King Crimson that demonstrates the…

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The Sweet, The Transcendental, And The Metaphysical: A Music Playlist

Photo by wikido on tumblr Music has innumerable possibilities, taking emotional states and even metaphysical matters into the listening experience. Everybody knows and has songs that have and continue to take them back to some other emotional plain. This fairly short playlist outruns the gamut by ranging from Ash to Neu!, showing how music can…

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Distortion Copenhagen 2013

The mother of all street style festivals is going on right now in Copenhagen and needless to say, it’s a blast! Celebrating club culture, upfront dance music, street life, contemporary and social art, this annual festival is taking place all over Copenhagen. The festival is five days long and promises an amazing lineup and plenty of…

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Sensual And Romantic Songs For Valentine’s Day Playlist

So here we are – the season of Valentine’s Day is approaching in all its red and chocolate-orientated glory. It’s not all about the candy though as the romanticism of this time of year is closely linked with the sensuality that different types of music can bring, whether it is pleasure of swooning from Frank…

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Five Post-Rock Bands with under 50k Likes on Facebook

Post-rock is pretty hip these days, but many people think only at Sigur Rós or God Is An Astronaut when they hear “post-rock”. So lets see a bunch of other post-rock bands that are not that famous, but that cool! 1. Maybeshewill (United Kingdom) This is the main reason that made me write this post….

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How to Break into the Music Industry

A lot of young musical artists want to make a name for themselves in the music industry. While it’s a fact that editing and creating music has become simpler with access to YouTube and recording equipment, it’s still not easy to get into the music business. The reason being obvious – tools like these are…

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Aerosmith Tickets, New Album Keeps Steven Tyler Busy Post-Idol

Aerosmith is back with a vengeance after Steven Tyler’s two-year hiatus while he was a judge on American Idol. His announcement on July 12, 2012 that he was leaving American Idol frees him up to devote himself once more to the band and its musical future. Fortunately, Aerosmith tickets are currently on sale for that show. The…

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The Breeziest Songs for the Summer

Summertime season is that time of year that everybody is longing for. Wherever you are in the world, it symbolizes escape, recreation and a renewed sense of spirit. The soul of this spirit has been consistently captured in popular songs that venerate these idealized months. American films such as Dazed and Confused have tried to…

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Season Finale Special: Best Songs From Mad Men

Photo from Tumblr Even from its beginning, Mad Men, the 60’s themed smash hit, has brought a retro influence in many areas like fashion, style, TV shows, and even social rapport. Nevertheless, the music Matthew Weiner chooses for every episode plays a very important part into immersing the audience into that glamorous world. Weiner is…

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