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Why Do We Love the Music We Love?

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By Isaac Schultz, Gizmodo | If you’ve ever made a playlist—for yourself or someone else—you’ve done... Read More → Why Do We Love the Music We Love?

Slaves to the Rhythm: Rats Can’t Resist a Good Beat, Researchers Say

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By Hannah Devlin, | Music makes you lose control, Missy Elliott once sang on a hit that is almost impossible... Read More → Slaves to the Rhythm: Rats Can’t Resist a Good Beat, Researchers Say

The Case for Listening to Complete Discographies

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By Colin Marshall, New Yorker | Earlier this year, the critic and historian Ted Gioia published an essay... Read More → The Case for Listening to Complete Discographies

Don’t Trash Your Old Phone—Give It a Second Life

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By Kaitlyn Tiffany, The Atlantic | The original iPhone SE is a great little phone, and I love it. It has a... Read More → Don’t Trash Your Old Phone—Give It a Second Life

He Played With Dylan, Clapton and Lennon: The Unsung Genius of Guitarist Jesse Ed Davis

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Photo: Jesse Ed Davis album cover | By Jim Farber, The Guardian / Yahoo | Three-quarters of the way through... Read More → He Played With Dylan, Clapton and Lennon: The Unsung Genius of Guitarist Jesse Ed Davis

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Bring That Beat Back: Why Are People in Their 30s Giving Up On Music?

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By Daniel Dylan Wray, The Guardian | It would have been unimaginable in our 20s, but these days more and more... Read More → Bring That Beat Back: Why Are People in Their 30s Giving Up On Music?

This Summer Marks the Twilight of Classic Rock

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Photo: Paul McCartney & Mick Jagger | Analysis by Brandon Griggs, CNN | Music fans around the world held... Read More → This Summer Marks the Twilight of Classic Rock

Rethinking Concert Safety

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By Kira Leadholm, Chicago Reader | Police and security are meant to keep concertgoers safe, but what happens... Read More → Rethinking Concert Safety

‘Odds are against you’: The Problem With the Music Streaming Boom

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The Guardian | As dust from the gold rush settles, big record companies and elite artists emerge firmly on... Read More → ‘Odds are against you’: The Problem With the Music Streaming Boom

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Slash Recalls Dangerous ‘November Rain’ Video Shoot and Finally Getting Sober

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Photo: Slash as a child (from Wikipedia) | By Lyndsey Parker, Yahoo Music | Guns N’ Roses guitar legend... Read More → Slash Recalls Dangerous ‘November Rain’ Video Shoot and Finally Getting Sober

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Replies: If AGE is a Factor When Gigging

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Musicians Contact – Blogs: What does AGE have to do with performing at live gigs? Most would agree that... Read More → Replies: If AGE is a Factor When Gigging

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Let’s Hear It For the Doo-Wop Girl Groups: Their Songs of Love and Heartbreak Shaped a Generation

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Photo: The late, great Ronnie Spector | By Denise Oliver Velez for Community Contributors Team, Daily Kos... Read More → Let’s Hear It For the Doo-Wop Girl Groups: Their Songs of Love and Heartbreak Shaped a Generation

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Is Old Music Killing New Music?

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By Ted Gioia, Substack | I had a hunch that old songs were taking over music streaming platforms—but even I... Read More → Is Old Music Killing New Music?

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Mystery of Missing ’90s Boy Band Sudden Impact Finally Solved: ’30 Years Later, We’re Still Trying to Figure Out What Happened’

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Sudden Impact (screen grab) By Lyndsey Parker, Yahoo Music: In 1991, college student and future pop-culture... Read More → Mystery of Missing ’90s Boy Band Sudden Impact Finally Solved: ’30 Years Later, We’re Still Trying to Figure Out What Happened’

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Study Shows Men Spread COVID Particles More Than Women and Children

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CBS News | Fort Collins, Colorado – A study focused on tracking the spread of COVID-19 in performing arts... Read More → Study Shows Men Spread COVID Particles More Than Women and Children

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