• VNYL Subscription – Perfect for Vinyl Lovers

    Are you a music fan or a vinyl collector? Then you’ve got to check out VNYL. It’s a subscription service that hand selects albums and sends them right to your doorstep! The step is very simple. First, create a profile and tell VNYL about the artists and genres you love.[…]

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  • Spotify Announces 140 Million Active Users

    Spotify has accomplished an impressive feat, confirming that they have 140 million active monthly users, according to the music streaming site’s Twitter announcement. Today we’re happy to announce 140 million users on Spotify! To put it another way, that’s one million for every single character in this twe — Spotify[…]

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  • Our Favorite New Tunes This New Music Friday

    It’s our favorite day of the week…Friday aka New Music Friday! A lot of great music has been released this week. We thought we would together together some of our favorite releases. Take listen and let us know what you think! Feel free to share some of the music your[…]

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  • Most Anticipated Tours of Summer 2017

    Summer is when music’s biggest names hit the road with their grandest spectacles, and 2017 is no exception. The coming months will see tours from pop superstars, rock heavyweights, hip-hop chart-toppers and more. Here are some of Rolling Stone‘s most anticipated tours for this summer! Lady Gaga: On Tour August[…]

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  • Artists React to Manchester Bombing

    On Monday evening, at least 22 attendees at Ariana Grande‘s Manchester Arena concert died following a bombing at the venue. Around 60 more people have been reported injured, with many of the victims teenaged (or younger) fans of the 23-year-old singer. Similar to the response to the attacks at the[…]

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  • Creators of MP3 Officially Declare it Dead

    22 years since it’s creation, the MP3 truly is dead, according to the people who invented it. The Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits, a division of the state-funded German research institution that bankrolled the MP3’s development in the late ’80s, recently announced that its “licensing program for certain MP3 related[…]

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