Imagine life without music. Imagine driving down the highway and not being able to listen to your favorite track, riding the subway without your ipod. Walk into a club and dance beneath the disco ball with no beats? What kind of world would we live in? Are you able to even begin to imagine the prospect of a world without music?
For most of us, the thought is sufficiently ghastly to prevent us from even holding it in our minds for more than a few seconds. This week, feel free to shake your music box while reading the featured interviews!
Youth culture…is the music and narcissism hurting new generations? Listen to the alternative.
In a world where we’re becoming increasingly desensitized to the violence presented by the major media channels, one band is making a difference by saying HELL NO. Get to know Joshua Lewis from the group Nonviolence.
When life comes with struggles, art has the ability to connect us. Hear one musician’s story.
“The true original purpose of anything creative and expressive, I would say, is almost always “medicinal”, in the sense that it is done to cure your own woes. Now if your medicine works well on you, chances are it will work on others too.” – Nico Stai
Have you ever shared music with your iphone in this way? Discover why it bumps.
If you’re a Pandora music fan, you’re going love our under the radar start up, Audiovroom. It’s founder, Sanem Alkan, talks about “ Bump;“ her innovative technology which let’s you share music through your iphone by bumping it to someone else’s iphone. She also talks about the development cycle of the application itself.
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