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76 blogs about Music.

  1. 8Sided Blog
    a zine about sound, culture, and the punk rock dream. By Michael Donaldson. 🇺🇸 More info

    The Children…’s Blues is a Primal Yowl
    The Children…, as you have already noticed, follow their band name with three dots, periods, or stops. I detect the implication of something sneakily approaching. Whatever it is, it’s not necessarily coming for the children, …
    By M Donaldson, 3,170 words
  2. 12XU | Verspannungsmusik!
    A DIY music blog about underground punk, noise & garage. 🇩🇪 More info

    Corpus Earthling - The Glove
    Having put out a pair of already quite impressive LPs in '22/'23, the third longplayer of this Hamilton, Ontario act really nails it this time. Following a brief ironic metal-ish intro, right out of the …
    By Groschi, 184 words
  3. 333SOUND
    Short books about albums. Published by Bloomsbury. More info

    Édith Piaf is alive and well and living . . . just about everywhere
    Édith Piaf is France’s most celebrated and mythified singing star. Professor David Looseley takes a look at Edith’s past and shares how she continues to be a global icon today. Piaf Then 2023 was a …
    By 33 1.3 Admin, 853 words
  4. Across the line - BBC Blogs
    This is the home of news, reviews and features on the Northern Irish music scene, courtesy of Team ATL. By Gemma Bradley. 🇬🇧 More info

    modernlove. take on the world
    This tour is massive, the excitement must be wild, what does it mean to you to be able to do this? It’s what we’re always waiting to get back to on our time off to …
    By Across The Line, 540 words
  5. Add To Wantlist
    Music worth exploring. By Dennis, Nick. More info

    New album: Martin Savage And The Jiggerz || Martin Savage And The Jiggerz
    Fancy some good old gritty garage punk disguised as pub rock? You’ve come to the right place. Here’s the self-titled debut full-length of international power trio Martin Savage & the Jiggerz, featuring singer/guitarist Martin Savage …
    By Dennis, 90 words
  6. Alex McLean – Making music with text[ure]
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    Why we bleep podcast
    This was a fun chat with Mylar Melodies for his Why We Bleep podcast, about algorave, tidalcycles/strudel, live coding and patterns. Listen wherever you get your podcasts or on youtube below !
    By yaxu, 36 words
  7. audio.out
    1990 was twenty years ago. Ten years ago. More info

    The Complete Fantastic Adventures of Adam Ant
    This doesn’t need much of an introduction, I’ve written about it before but to get up to speed this was a comic strip appearing in issues of DC Thomson’s (TV) Tops comics in 1982. A …
    By stx, 813 words
  8. Ban Ban Ton Ton
    A music website / blog, run out of rural Japan. “Ban” ( バン) and “Ton” (トン) are Japanese onomatopoeia – like “Bang” or “Crash”, the sound of a child hitting a drum. 🇯🇵 More info

    Nocturnal Emissions / Imaginary Time / Sunny Crypt
    Nocturnal Emissions started out, in the late 1970s, as a duo. A partnership between Nigel Ayers and Catherine Kaye Walters. The pair were part of a DIY music scene, a global network of folks making …
    By Banbantonton Com, 464 words
  9. BBC Music Introducing - BBC Blogs
    It features advice for under-the-radar artists, the latest music from BBC Music Introducing acts and guest posts from our DJs and figures from around the music industry. 🇬🇧 More info

    BBC Music Introducing Mixtape: 15 April 2024
    Hello, it's Tom Robinson with my final BBC Introducing Mixtape before handing over to my friend and BBC colleague Emily Pilbeam from Monday 22 April 2024. This the second of two retrospective programmes showcasing a …
    By Tom Robinson, 276 words
  10. Bradley's Almanac
    A Boston-Based Music Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

    [The Almanac Radio Show!] Episode 3 Stream & Rundown: December 2023
    December brought episode number three, the last of the calendar year 2023. This edition of “The Almanac” first aired on Wednesday the 6th at 8pm Eastern over on Uncertain.FM, and got a replay the following …
    By Brad Searles, 67 words
  11. Breakfast and Travel Updates
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    Day 20: Las Vegas, NV
    WelcomeYesterday we played a show in Las Vegas. The mornings were always spectacular in Palm Springs and yesterday’s was no exception. It was clear and cool, and the tops of the palm trees had barely …
    By Benjamin Sinclair, 1,590 words
  12. Breaking More Waves
    An independent unfunded music blog from south-central UK. 🇬🇧 More info

    Song of the Week - Picture Parlour - Face in the Picture
    Picture Parlour have already ‘faced the music’ from a number of critics for allegedly being the dreaded ‘industry plant’; a meaningless and absolute b*llocks term, that becomes even more meaningless and b*llocks when the people …
    By Breaking More Waves Blog, 422 words
  13. CardrossManiac2
    A blog about music and pop culture. By Tim 'Space Debris'. 🇦🇺 More info

    Konrad - Evil
    [1982]If you didn't discover Konrad's delightful cult album Evil on music sharing blogs in the 00s here's your chance now. Don't let the cover fool you this ain't no satanic metal, it's actually an anti-evil …
    By Tim 'Space Debris', 257 words
  14. Daily Records and Other Auditory Musings
    A music blog serving up a daily record recommendation, by Pulin Kothari. 🇺🇸 More info

    268. BIG SWIMMER by King Hannah
    This recently released 2024 record by Liverpool duo King Hannah has been my latest obsession. What do you get when you mash up Portishead, Mazzy Star (previously covered here and here), 90's grunge guitar and …
    By Pulin Kothari, 174 words
  15. Dangerous Minds
    A compendium of the new and strange-new ideas, new art forms, new approaches to social issues and new finds from the outer reaches of pop culture. 🇺🇸 More info

    ‘Disneyland in Dagenham’: Scott Lavene is back with a terrific new album!
    John Peel’s oft-repeated line about how the Fall’s music was “always different, always the same” could also be said about the output of English singer-songwriter Scott Lavene, although with just four albums under his belt, …
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  16. Darren's music blog
    News, reviews, interviews and more. From classic rock to contemporary folk. 🇬🇧 More info

    This week’s featured artist: Singer-songwriter Anita Abram – debut EP ‘The First Escapade’
    Anita Abram is a singer-songwriter, radio presenter and producer who also has a passion for the visual arts. A member of the DIY female musicians’ ‘Rise and Release’ community, she composes, records and produces music …
    By Darren Johnson, 253 words
  17. David Hepworth's blog
    "World-class thinking about music, business, publishing and the general world of media" - Campaign. 🇬🇧 More info

    Robert Caro's editor comes out to take his curtain call
    If, like me, you've been waiting years for the fifth and final volume of Robert Caro's Lyndon Johnson biography the announcement of the release of "Turn Every Page" can only be taken as a hopeful …
    By David Hepworth, 150 words
  18. DGM Live
    The aim of DGM is to connect music, musician and audience in a way that supports the power of music, the integrity of the musician and the needs of the audience. By Robert Fripp, David Singleton, et al. 🇬🇧 More info

    42 Years Of Beat
    King Crimson's 9th studio album was released 42 years ago today in 1982. The second of three albums produced in the 1980s, it has frequently been overlooked in favour of Discipline and Three Of A …
    By Mariana Scaravilli, 1,229 words
  19. Disquiet
    Listening to culture. Playing with audio. Sounding out technology. Composing in code. By Marc Weidenbaum. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Pronouncing “Junto”
    I updated the Disquiet Junto F.A.Q with for the first time since late last year. There’s a new item about how to pronounce “junto.” For the Disquiet Junto, the use of the word in the …
    By Marc Weidenbaum, 78 words
  20. DNA Lounge: DNA Sequencing
    A late-night, all ages San Francisco nightclub featuring live music, DJ dancing, burlesque shows, and private parties. By Jamie Zawinski. 🇺🇸 More info

    Wherein DOJ finally has the knives out for multinational superpredator Live Nation / Ticketmaster.
    404 Media has a good article explaining the new DOJ suit: The Justice Department's antitrust lawsuit against Live Nation/Ticketmaster isn't really about high ticket prices, or ticket scalpers, or any individual offense. It is about …
    By jwz, 869 words