There isn’t a pastime quite as enjoyable as collecting vinyl records from eras long past. The rock n’ roll records that came out of the 60s and 70s are considered some of the most important […]
In this article, I dispel some of the scientific attempts at explaining the perceived decline in music quality over the last 64 years.
Ouch, Pitchfork. That’s a sharp headline… Granted, I’m not a big Weezer fan. Nevertheless, I question whether or not they deserve this brutal article written by Pitchfork.com. Listen to Teal, read below, and decide for yourselves. If […]
Eminem’s ‘Kamikaze’ is now eligible for Platinum in the US. — chart data (@chartdata) October 22, 2018 You heard that right. Eminem’s recent atom bomb, Kamikaze, sent shockwaves through the charts. He aimed shots at a […]
Producers are using a new way to sell beats. Learn how it works and why it’s getting big.
With my the recent kick-start of my series, “Women of the Waveform”, I thought this post by Hypebot.com would be an interesting supplement, especially when we consider women’s position the current sociopolitical climate. According to […]
The vinyl resurgence is no joke. Artists are releasing albums on vinyl, fans are crafting collections, and record stores are seeing a fair spike in business. With all of this growth, it’s nice to look back at why vinyl records are such a successful, timeless medium.
Being a DJ requires a lot more work than people realize. Get a closer look into the complexities of DJ performances and managing control of the crowd and the mind.
I often hear a question along the lines of, “Is it worth going to college to land a career in the music industry?” The question is complicated to answer, but I have plenty of advice to offer to those of you who are considering a career in music.
Creativity and hard work are the only real tools in the business, and they’re not sold in stores.
Music streaming services are the preferred way to listen to music, but is it the best way? With the music industry taking huge hits in revenue, maybe not.
Lo-fi is the unsung subgenre of hip-hop. Will it ever gain enough popularity to spread into mainstream music?