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Amazon Music Has Arrived

Amazon Prime members, remember that price increase the company announced a few months back that had some of you seething. (20 extra bucks for the same service? Atrocity! #FirstWorldProblems!) Well, it seems Bezos and family don’t intend to charge you more for same after all. They’ve now added Prime Music to the newly updated Amazon Music app. So now, in addition to the book-a-month freebie, the video and TV library, and the two-day shipping, you’ll have a streaming service that you can take with you on your iOS devices. Prime Music features over 1 million songs and hundreds of playlists, Read More

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Vinyl Me, Please Is The Record Subscription Service You Always Wanted

Did you grow up any time before the digital download age? If so, then you’ll probably remember and respect the hiss and crackle of vinyl. Well, as many of you know, the format has made something of a comeback lately, and by subscribing to Vinyl Me, Please, you can get the best of what it has to offer and then some. Here’s how it works: Each month you’ll receive an album on vinyl delivered straight to your door — albums that aren’t just good, but essential for any record collection. The kind of album that will grow old with you, Read More

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Want Wu-Tang Clan’s New Album? Got A Million Bucks?

The Wu-Tang Clan is back, and only one lucky person will get to own their next release — provided that one person has $1 million to spend on it. That’s right, in one of the most unique release ideas we’ve ever heard of, The Wu – Once Upon A Time In Shaolin will be available to just one individual in a deluxe edition that consists of 31 new tracks — around 128 minutes of music.  It includes special guest appearances by Bonnie Jo Mason, Redman, FC Barcelona soccer players and a unique tapestry of guest performers. The album was produced Read More

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Meet The Lead Singer Of Hatebeak: An African Grey Parrot

The worlds of YouTube and Reddit are a sea of opportunity for us content creators, and it always gives us pleasure when we can pass along a hidden gem from one of these vast sources to our readership. Today, we’ve come across Hatebeak, the death metal band with a Congo African Grey Parrot frontman, who goes simply by the name Waldo the Parrot (and probably gets a lot of ladies in the process). The band emanates from Baltimore, Maryland, and is the brainchild of Blake Harrison (a member of the musical acts Triac and Pig Destroyer) and Mark Sloan (from Read More

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Neil Young Takes On Digital Music With The Pono Player

If you’re going to come up with a handheld music player to combat the world of iTunes and MP3, we suggest getting two things on your side: the technological know-how and a musician who knows what the heck he’s talking about. Enter rock legend Neil Young, who is lending his name to the Pono, a device designed for combating years of compressed audio that has seemingly taken over with the reign of CD and digital downloads. The device has been delayed for a while, but apparently, it will soon be up on Kickstarter (this Wednesday, in fact), and it will Read More

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Next For Amazon Prime: Music Streaming

Amazon’s next goal for its Prime package could be a music streaming service, according to the Recode website, which defines the potential service as “a music streaming service to take on Spotify and Rdio.” The new service will be included along with a $40 price increase from the standard Prime plan. (Amazon usually charges $79 per year for Prime but will be bumping the overall to $119 soon, according to reports.) If the Amazon music streaming service goes off without a hitch, it will join a robust family of content that includes movies television series and even digital books. Since Read More

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The Top 100 One-Hit Wonders of All Time

We’d love to get a study on what percentage of hit songs are actually performed by one-hit wonders. While this list can’t shed any light on that data, we’re pretty sure, just by doing the research, that the percentage is significant. As you take this trip down memory lane with us, try to remember that we’re in no way disparaging these bands for being one-hit wonders. (Except in the rare cases where the songs actually suck.) For the most part, we’re in deep admiration, because these artists managed to break through the competition and connect with millions of people. It Read More

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Mies i100 Amplifier Adds Oomph To Your Vinyl

No one can deny that vinyl has made one heckuva comeback in recent years. Walk into any surviving music store and even bookstore, and you are likely to find a selection of the latest and greatest music along with some true classics on reissued and overpriced vinyl records.  Whether you prefer to spend $30 on a brand-new vinyl or just a couple of bucks in an antique shop, you need a good sound system to enjoy the experience. Here to help is the Mies i100 Amplifier, specially designed for vinyl lovers from all generations. Features include: – 2x Aux inputs Read More