Kanye West is Changing the Music Industry
Kanye West’s new album, The Life of Pablo, isn’t changing hip hop — but it’s changing the way we listen to recorded music.
An Interview with Adam Jasim
We sat down with Adam Jasim, a music producer and the man behind the indie project Discover Atlantic, to talk about his story and the state of music culture.
The Mess Macklemore’s Made
Whether or not you like Macklemore, his platform means people pay attention to him. And with his new record, he tries to say a lot and delivers messy, mixed messages despite his sincerity. But why?
Jazz Fusion’s Comeback
Perhaps by accident, Kendrick Lamar and David Bowie have both had milestone records in the past year that would herald a long-thought-dead genre's sudden resurgence. Is this a trend or a legitimate revival?
Remembering David Bowie
David Bowie was more than a chameleon: he had a prescient idea of where music was going — and he made it okay to be weird.
Rdio wasn't only beautiful, but it made music feel friendly and emotional again thanks to a powerful built-in social network.
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