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75 blogs about Music.

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

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    Time Travel, Expressed
    I should talk about my podcast work. It’s going well! My main gig is the Spotlight On podcast, hosted by music industry vet and erudite interviewer Lawrence Peryer (LP). Several months ago, I was promoted …
    By M Donaldson, 555 words
  2. 12XU | Verspannungsmusik!
    A DIY music blog about underground punk, noise & garage. 🇩🇪 More info

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    Verspannungskassette #70 (C-90)
    + Tracklist Liquid Images French HotelLos Blobs ComercialThee Retcons Shake!Variety PloverI.L.L.O. The UnknownAbrichten DenkmalUltra Lover 14Scud Don't Honk At MeItches Drivers LicenseGus Baldwin Burglar For YouTabaco GuillotinaDee Obscenity I Hate My FamilyPalánta A Dög American …
    By Groschi, 168 words
  3. 333SOUND
    Short books about albums. Published by Bloomsbury. More info

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    Three Tips for Submitting Your Proposal
    Sitting down to write your proposal for the 33 1/3 open call? Will Hagle, the author behind Madvillain’s Madvillainy, offers his advice for would-be authors keen to be part of the series. Here are his …
    By 33 1.3 Admin, 1,650 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

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    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

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    New album: Phil & The Tiles || Double Happiness
    The pulse of Legless Records beats strong early in the year, with ambitions as clear as day. Their mission? To roll our bank accounts with Australian brilliance, one release at a time. Just as I …
    By Niek, 82 words
  6. Alex McLean – Making music with text[ure]
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    Luigi Russolo, Futurist and Fascist
    I publish this blog post with some nervousness, as I’m not a historian or musicologist. This is something I feel strongly about though, and as ever am very happy to receive feedback and corrections in …
    By Alex McLean, 1,735 words
  7. audio.out
    1990 was twenty years ago. Ten years ago. More info

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    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

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    Looking For The Balearic Beat / February 2024
    Paraphrasing the Soul Sonic Force and sorting through today`s releases for tunes that could have graced Alfredo Fiorito & Leo Mas’ Amnesia dance-floor… Jan Gleichmar, aka Disrupt`s dusts off 2 tracks from his archives for …
    By Banbantonton Com, 1,097 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

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    BBC Music Introducing Mixtape: 19 February 2024
    Hello, it's Tom Robinson with the BBC Introducing Mixtape from 6 Music - 60 minutes of music from under the mainstream radar, uploaded direct to our network of local BBC Introducing shows by independent UK …
    By Tom Robinson, 742 words
  10. Bradley's Almanac
    A Boston-Based Music Blog. 🇺🇸 More info

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    [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 24: New York, Pt 5
    WelcomeYesterday we played our final headline show of 2023. No one was particularly quick off the mark yesterday morning. I didn’t leave the house until 12:30pm and when I headed out the door everyone was …
    By Benjamin Sinclair, 970 words
  12. Breaking More Waves
    An independent unfunded music blog from south-central UK. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Song of the Week - Dua Lipa - Training Season
    Here we are again with another Song of the Week and once again it featured on the Breaking More Waves New Music Weekly Playlist last week (here).Of course Dua Lipa needs no introduction. She’s already …
    By Breaking More Waves Blog, 221 words
  13. CardrossManiac2
    A blog about music and pop culture. By Tim 'Space Debris'. 🇦🇺 More info

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    Bloodsport Soundtrack - Finals - Paul Hertzog
    More synth-y soundtracking from the films I've never seen. This mysterious Paul Hertzog fella only did a handful of scores. 1988's Bloodsport was his second after the legendary My Chauffeur in 1986. Who knows what …
    By Tim 'Space Debris', 118 words
  14. Daily Records and Other Auditory Musings
    A music blog serving up a daily record recommendation, by Pulin Kothari. 🇺🇸 More info

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    261. CRACKED REAR VIEW by Hootie and the Blowfish
    A funny thing happened on the way to Austin this past weekend. My younger son and I were driving to the University of Texas for a campus visit. We have a rule when driving - …
    By Pulin Kothari, 293 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

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    ‘There’s Nothing Out There’: Did this low budget 1990 horror-comedy influence Wes Craven’s ‘Scream’?
    If you’re a horror movie fan, I think you’ll agree with the assessment that Scream (1996) is a top-notch meta horror-comedy. But did you know that it’s been accused of being a rip-off...
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  16. Darren's music blog
    News, reviews, interviews and more. From classic rock to contemporary folk. 🇬🇧 More info

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    This week’s featured artist: Yorkshire-based singer-songwriter Serious Sam Barrett
    New album: A Drop Of The Morning Dew: Live At Bacca Pipes Folk Club released 1 March 2024 Distilling both folk and country influences and performing a heartfelt mixture of self-penned and traditional songs on …
    By Darren Johnson, 462 words
  17. David Hepworth's blog
    "World-class thinking about music, business, publishing and the general world of media" - Campaign. 🇬🇧 More info

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    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

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    Good Evening, Syracuse
    Alex Mundy has blown the cobwebs off a great performance by the Crims from 1982. . . CliKc here for more information and download
    By Sid Smith, 27 words
  19. Disquiet
    Listening to culture. Playing with audio. Sounding out technology. Composing in code. By Marc Weidenbaum. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Disquiet Junto Project 0634: Bust a Move
    Each Thursday in the Disquiet Junto music community, a new compositional challenge is set before the group’s members, who then have five days to record and upload a track in response to the project instructions. …
    By Marc Weidenbaum, 417 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

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    Wherein life once again imitates Spinal Tap
    At the Green Jello show the other day, the singer opened with the following anecdote: This is what's left over, after the comedy night here tonight? Did you know there was a big comedy night …
    By jwz, 181 words