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Avalon Emerson, Mat Dryhurst, Marta Salogni and others on the impact of streaming services on artists.
— Resident Advisor
It was the first sign of a generation fleeing to the past to escape a bleak future.
— The Guardian
A conversation on the deep history of humans and music with Gary Tomlinson, author of A Million Years of Music.
— Lapham's Quarterly
From D’Angelo’s infamously slow creative pace to Frank Sinatra’s rapid-fire release schedule, our expectations of artists’ output have always been…
During the 1960s, labels capitalised on the witchcraft phenomenon with spoken-word albums of occult incantations
It's tough to recall a time when listening to music — and making it — wasn't completely synonymous with streaming.
Once upon a time, being a DJ meant a lifelong accumulation of stuff
Chinese Jamaican music producers helped turn reggae into a global sensation.
Berninger’s voice, with its desultory baritone, sounds like the bar next to a marriage counselor’s office.
Spotify pursues emotional surveillance for global profit
— The Baffler
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