There are a lot of angles with which to discuss Coachella Live on Youtube. I tried to check it out periodically over the weekend because, to my knowledge, this amount of live coverage of a festival hasn’t been attempted until now. I saw a little bit of everything, and came away impressed in some areas and not so impressed in others.
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It is not very often you come across one of the most delightful things on earth, so when I came across just such a thing, of course I feel compelled to write about it. Let me get the obligatory Wikipedia-esque description out of the way, just so you know exactly what Wits is. Wits is a radio variety show hosted by John Moe, most easily accessed as a podcast for free in the iTunes Store. The typical installment of Wits
I was going to finish a review I started of David Crosby’s latest album, Croz, but considering he made us wait 20 years for a new batch of solo material, I think I can hold off on that one. Instead, I wanted to talk a little bit about the importance TV viewing habits are playing in my consumption of music. Television is a great medium with which to discover new music, and no, I’m not suggesting you watch MTV or VH1 for
I wrote last summer about my five favorite music podcasts, which is a surprisingly thin category for podcasts, though there are still no doubt some great ones. 2014 brought about the debut of Song Exploder, the latest great podcast from Jessie Thorn’s family of Maximum Fun.
Whoops! Apologies for the misleading headline, but I meant to type “App”. For some reason that just didn’t feel right when referring to a new release from Radiohead. However, as per usual, Radiohead broke new ground today with a new way to strike the fancy of their fans. PolyFauna. An app that was born from what the band decided the song “Bloom” would look like if it were a visual medium rather than a song. Here is what the ever-so