Part 5 of our series exploring musical genres, and the influential artists and songs that have been instrumental in them, sees Hollin Jones showcasing Blues music.
How can one of "The Internet of Things" be applied to more than home automation appliances? Liam Lacey imagines a world where IOT is relevant to music recording, production & live performance.
"Milk. Check. Bread. Check. Vinyl Record Album. Check." Could this be what your shopping list looks like in a few months time? Tesco's would like to make that happen.
The PonoPlayer and Sony NW-ZX2 walkman are gearing up for a showdown for the hearts, minds and ears of those wanting to listen to high-resolution music. We look at the proposed specs for both.
Since iTunes and the rise of digital music the album has been playing second fiddle to the single. Is the album a dying format? Are its days numbered? Andy Bowen explores the trends of the future
With 2014 almost upon us, Hollin Jones looks ahead into the mists of time to see what may be lurking there for musicians and producers.
Some of us don't find Christmas to be the most enjoyable time... if you'd prefer to hibernate through the next couple of days we can help! G. W. Childs shows how sound can put you to sleep.
ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers have launched a truly beautiful new interactive website, ASCAP100.com which explores 100 years of music history in 100 days.
Lynda Arnold is backwith another insightful article in her series on sound as a healing tool. Here she explains five simple ways you can use your own voice as an instrument to promote better health.
Continuing our series of sound as a healing tool, Lynda Arnold takes an in depth look at how tuning forks can be used to tune and balance your mind, body and soul.
Wizdom Music Apps founder and music maestro and imagineer, Jordan Rudess, is back with an intriguingly titled iOS app: EarWizard. Designed to train your ears we gave it a thorough workout.
A well chosen set list can turn a good performance of songs into a memorable live experience. In this article G. W. Childs shares some tips to help you turn a good gig into a stunning set.
The internet is a big place! Finding quality content on bands and music artists hasn't always been as easy as it could be. That's all changed with MyMusic.com. G.W. Childs checks it out.