Streaming service Netflix is an undisputed giant of online film and television delivery, but its offerings can sometimes be a bit
An Essential Collection of Summer // Pulp Lab Playlist July 2018 By William Sheehan Music streaming services had barely hit solid ground by the time they were generating a culture that thrived under a banner of manufactured ambience. An effort to counter the mellow timbre exists in the form of an audible companion to your […]
By John-Paul Shiver With a plethora of new UK Jazz artists and beat scene producers getting airplay around the planet, February acts as a compass type of set-up month. Pointing to what the year will have an abundance of sonically. From the adventurous Quelle Chris and Jean Grae group project to the chopped and screwed […]
No artist here is pushing an energy drink or attempting to steer a “DJ popularity” poll; it’s just some of the best music that came out in 2017, that maybe you never had the chance to hear.
Excerpt via AV Club It’s December, so it’s time to dust off those Christmas movies, those Christmas movies that aren’t really Christmas movies, or whatever side of that wall you think Die Hard falls on. But what if you’re in a holiday mood but not up for the whole two-hour jaunt to Bedford Falls? Or […]
Excerpt via Dazed Be it his masterminding of the hazy deformity behind Lou Reed’s Transformer cover, or his role as Ziggy Stardust’s personal photographer, Mick Rock is firmly entangled within the mythology of the movement with which he shares a name; if it was someone worth knowing, chances are Mick probably snapped them. ‘Im not after your […]
via Domino.com This week, music supervisor Randall Poster, the man behind the soundtracks of all your favorite movies (think: The Hangover, Wolf of Wall Street, anything by Wes Anderson), has put together the ultimate 4th of July playlist for us. Put on your red, white and blue and celebrate the U S of A. Stream […]
Smartphones have altered the texture of everyday life, digesting many longstanding spaces and rituals, and transforming others beyond recognition.
“I grew up in Seattle, which helped make me a musician. I had to stay inside writing because of all the rain.” — Quincy Jones, Upstream Festival Keynote Speaker #Recap Pacific Northwest drizzle didn’t keep 30,000+ patrons from gathering in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square May 11-13th for Paul Allen‘s first-ever Upstream Music Fest + Summit. The […]
2017 is almost here and it’s once again time to predict which startups will take the tech industry by storm. Who better to ask than the startup experts, the VCs that watch the industry, guide the startups, hear their pitches, and invest inthem? The VCs that Business Insider spoke to gave them this list that includes everything […]
Based on a 2005 study, almost all adults online report that they use new technology when listening to music. This was one of the findings of the ‘Audio Consumption Study’. It also revealed that technology, particularly mobile devices, led to a higher consumption of audio content. “Over the last two years, we have witnessed a […]
If you haven’t watched Stranger Things on Netflix yet, you really should. It’s the best Netflix original so far, beating even its closest competitors handily.
Google is joining the live-streaming craze with a new app designed to compete with Twitter’s Periscope and Facebook Live
Remember the days when all your favorite shows were on cable and satellite television, tied up in ridiculous monthly fees and spotty service? Thankfully, now that’s a thing of the past.
These destined-to-be-cult faves slipped under the radar, but each warrants another look