"Music" Blogs & Blog Posts

Chainsaws and JellyChainsaws and Jelly

Something bigger, something brighter.

 
The RamblerThe Rambler

Modern composition, experimental music, the avant garde. Blogging the music...

 
My Portis Wasp saysMy Portis Wasp says

My Portis Wasp says is a mixtape of Photography, Models, Film and TV Review...

 
take it to the chorustake it to the chorus

Sifting through the agonies and ecstacies of the music we call pop.

 
The Ripple EffectThe Ripple Effect

The best music you’re not listening to.™ Reviews of lost classics and ...

 
Keeping StockKeeping Stock

An eclectic mix of some of the finer things in life - politics, sport, musi...

 
Fried Okra ProductionsFried Okra Productions

Elderblogger on higher ed, instructional technology, music,life, writing, p...

 


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Check out the new music video for Rich Aucoin‘s (I) Want To Believe from his excellent album Ephemeral. Info on the video: Subterranean highway alien hives, basement cult hideouts, and BMX bikes everywhere – just a few things every good k...

The English are coming to invade your heart Sam Smith's "Stay With Me," arguably the ballad of the year, just reached an entirely new level: Smith performed it as a duet with Ed Sheeran See also: Nailed It: Demi Lovato Slays 'Give Me Love' Bridge in...

Knowing how to use your voice is important for any aspiring musician or hobbyist. One of the first steps to developing your voice as an instrument is learning your vocal range, and this video helps you do it in just under 2 minutes. Read more...

Wuthering Halloween

By BrontëBlog on Oct 29, 2014 in: Books, Music

Chicago Now offers readers tips on how to sync their Halloween costume to the local weather forecast:Maybe it's time to rethink that skimpy costume, anyway. Now you have a good excuse to go for a more  creative  and weather-appropriate opti...

Musicians from several countries joined together to record "Africa Stop Ebola."...

LONDON — Young Fathers have won the 2014 Mercury Music Prize at a ceremony at the Roundhouse in London with their album Dead. They beat off competition from 11 other shortlisted acts to scoop the £20,000 (about $32,000) prize. See also: 33...

Beloved nerd troubadours The Doubleclicks, fresh off their successful, oversubscribed, $80,000 Kickstarter campaign to raise money for a new album, offer some incredibly sensible advice on making a go of it with crowdfunded support for your art. Rea...