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February Round-up: Four music events to attend

Winter holidays have passed quickly, and there are the wonders of the new year ahead. Best to begin it with careful planning of the festival...

Homeless Hell: The Camp That Could Kill Rock History

Sunset Studio, one of the few remaining recording studios in Hollywood after many closed due to high costs and new technologies, faces a danger worse than a single wild rock star. Sunset Sound’s three studios have produced more than 300 gold records but they could be ruined by a filthy homeless camp next to the building. Garbage is stacked high, needles and pipes are scattered on the ground and homeless people use the street as a toilet.

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Tainted Love: YouTube and AI

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State Of Independence: Small Broadcasters Make Themselves Heard

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Bowie’s Beatdown: Laughing Through the Jungle of Music’s Drama and Spotify’s Billion-Dollar Cha-Cha

In the jungle of today's music industry, Nile Rodgers of Chic fame suggests that David Bowie would have faced a swift exit before reaching stardom. Rodgers, the wizard behind Bowie's '80s breakthrough, "Let’s Dance," claims that modern labels are more interested in profit margins than nurturing unique talent.

Koch-tail Party: Musicians Jam with Billionaires, Unaware They’re the Punchline

TMV recently covered the absolutely ridiculous emerging trend —rockers belting it out at corporate gigs and billionaire bashes, even bar mitzvahs. The Guardian added a new twist to the not-so-hip money grab by suggesting that many of the same musicians are helping some billionaires launder their reputations.

December Roundup: Three music festivals to attend before Christmas

December seems to be the time of lull in the busy festival schedule. Still, there are some events in various parts of the world...

State Of Independence: Small Broadcasters Make Themselves Heard

The quarterly survey on Official Rajar (Radio Joint Audio Research) shows that 88% of people living in the UK still listen to the radio...
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Goodbye and Hello: Sam Altman and OpenAI

An update on the week-long commotion at OpenAI headquarters has been published on the company’s Twitter this morning: “We have reached an agreement in...

Tainted Love: YouTube and AI

The new statement on YouTube Official Blog might seem like a light at the end of the tunnel but only for the likes of...

10 Reasons Why Watching The Grammy Awards Might Be The Least Exciting Thing You Could Do

So are you ready to indulge in an evening of predictability, cringe-worthy moments, and fashion faux pas? As usual, the Grammy Awards on Feb 4, 2024, might not be the most captivating event to grace your screen. Here are ten reasons why subjecting yourself to the telecast could be the least exciting thing you could do on that fateful evening.

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Homeless Hell: The Camp That Could Kill Rock History

Sunset Studio, one of the few remaining recording studios in Hollywood after many closed due to high costs and new technologies, faces a danger worse than a single wild rock star. Sunset Sound’s three studios have produced more than 300 gold records but they could be ruined by a filthy homeless camp next to the building. Garbage is stacked high, needles and pipes are scattered on the ground and homeless people use the street as a toilet.

TikTok vs Universal Music and The Music Businesses Coming of Age

Well, it’s definitely been an interesting few weeks, looking across the ballfield of TikTok vs Universal Music. What is heartening to see is that major labels such as Universal Music seem to have finally learned from previous mistakes made initially in the 1980s. 

Unleashing Chaos: How To Get Free Music- And Why The Music Industry Can’t Stop It

The same platform that brought you cat videos and cringe-worthy influencers is now the go-to place for snagging every song imaginable. Thanks to some clever websites, you can rip the audio from any YouTube video, download it as an MP3 or .wav file, and sail the seas of free music. No subscriptions, no ads, no hassle.