On “Wall of Glass,” which pairs a vintage Oasis attack with modern production sheen, Gallagher criticizes hypocrisy and mob mentality. “You believe in fascinations/ And designer vaccinations, love,” he belts. “You get along/ You were sold a one direction/ I believe the resurrection’s on, and you were wrong.”
TRY TO IMAGINE HOW INSANE THIS TV FOOTAGE OF ROXY MUSIC (WITH BRIAN ENO) LOOKED IN THE EARLY 1970S
The group was originally comprised of Bryan Ferry (vocals, keys, and chief songwriter), Graham Simpson (bass), Phil Manzanera (guitar), Andy Mackay (saxophone and oboe), Paul Thompson (drums and percussion), and last but not least, Brian Eno (VCS3 synthesizer, tape effects, backing vocals and “treatments”). Ferry had started the band alongside Graham Simpson. The cool suaveContinue Reading
Guelph student union criticised for calling Lou Reed song ‘transphobic’
http://www.cbc.ca/…/lou-reed-wild-side-university-guelph-st… — “There were also plenty of rumoured relationships with men, leading some fans to name Reed as the first “out” rock star. But why bother remembering any of this when you can invent some outrage, in return for a little validation that your opinions are worth something? That’s what students at the University ofContinue Reading
Inside Real World Studios, Peter Gabriels recording sanctuary
Source: Inside Real World Studios, Peter Gabriels recording sanctuary Incredible slide show. Literally more equipment than God.
The MP3 Is Officially Dead, According To Its Creators
“The death of the MP3 was announced in a conference room in Erlangen, Germany, in the spring of 1995.” So opens Stephen Witt’s How Music Got Free, an investigation into the forced digitization and subsequent decimation of the music business, from which it has only very recently started to recover. That ironic conference room eulogyContinue Reading
How Blockchain Could Finally Unite the United Nations – CoinDesk
A blockchain movement is growing at the United Nations, where transparency is key to keeping the funding coming in. Source: How Blockchain Could Finally Unite the United Nations – CoinDesk
Animals That Look Like They’re About To Drop The Hottest Albums Ever
The best thing you will see today. Source: Animals That Look Like They’re About To Drop The Hottest Albums Ever These guys had an other band, of humans. But this is the original line up.
How record companies use the data Spotify/Apple send them | That Eric Alper
At Next Radio 2016, Brittney Bean outlines how DSPs (like Spotify and Apple Music) provide consumption data to record companies and how they use it to retail more music. Source: How record companies use the data Spotify/Apple send them | That Eric Alper Kind of reminds me of the record player that plays the ringsContinue Reading
Benji Rogers | Keynote Conversation · SlidesLive
Source: Benji Rogers | Keynote Conversation · SlidesLive dotBlockChain. A great video explanation by smart people as to how blockchain can work within the music business to make the music business great again. Sing it.
Magical Mystery Drum: The Quest for Ringo’s Ed Sullivan Snare | Reverb
When asked why knowing every Beatles’ kit, drum piece, and hardware matters, Astridge answers plainly, “I feel The Beatles’ legacy will go on for centuries. My whole take on this and the reason why I collected drums and gear specific for his my whole life was to help bring Ringo’s kits back to life.” Source:Continue Reading