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The 25 Most Popular Public Domain Rock Songs

A song can speak to a soul in a way that words cannot. The rock era has produced some of the most iconic sound recordings of all time, and many have become public domain songs. Here, we’ll look at the most popular public domain rock songs, from the psychedelic and melodic to the anthemic and timeless.

VR Live Music Events: Are You For Real?

The Music Void is positive that VR will never eliminate the good old live music experience. Talking to NME in 2018, songwriter David McKenna expressed...

TMV Q&A With Dr. Jeff Lupker, CEO, Staccato Generative AI Platform

TMV asked Dr. Jeff Lupker, CEO of music AI generative platform Staccato about the state of AI and what the future may hold.

Canadian Music Week 2023: Day 1 – The Future Of Music And Technology

The 41st Canadian Music Week (CMW) kicked off at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto last week, with a jam-packed schedule of events and performances. The evenings were filled with some of the brightest new and established Canadian artists, including Charlotte Cardin, Tumble, Fuego, Grace May, Virginia To Vegas, and Badflower. The days were filled with a series of expert panels covering topics from sync licensing to Afrobeats to new release marketing strategies.

Flow Festival 2023: Five Acts To See

The next edition of Flow Festival will be the last to happen in its historical location – a power plant in the Suvilahti area. The programme looks as festive and grandiose as one would expect on this occasion. Featuring names such as recently reunited Blur, perennial Britpop collective Suede, self-proclaimed "Sweden's darkest pop export" Tove Lo and trailblazing art-punk group Devo, the line-up appeals to music fans with different tastes.

Universal Music Group Wants To Put You To Sleep

UMG finally gets "religion" and embraces AI. But don't worry, they're only going to use it to put you to sleep.

Beyoncé Show In Cardiff: Facial Recognition Criticised

Despite the controversy surrounding facial recognition cameras in Europe, the UK remains determined to utilize the technology for safety purposes, as demonstrated by the use of live face recognition cameras at Beyoncé's concert in Cardiff, where they were employed to identify individuals wanted for "priority offences."

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