Category Archive: Current Events

Primates of Park Avenue: A Spoon Full of Sugar Helps the Medicine Go Down…

Posted on | August 28, 2015 | Comments Off on Primates of Park Avenue: A Spoon Full of Sugar Helps the Medicine Go Down…

  You Can Tune A Piano, When The Heat Is On, But Can You Roll With the Changes, After the Boys of Summer Have Gone? Back in June, in the run-up to my birthday, I found myself contemplating how much things have changed since I was a kid in the 1970s. Apparently, that sort of […]

Carl Wilson in Slate: What you can learn about music—and humanity—from the YouTube comments on Bob Seger’s “Night Moves.”

Posted on | November 28, 2013 | Comments Off on Carl Wilson in Slate: What you can learn about music—and humanity—from the YouTube comments on Bob Seger’s “Night Moves.”

A nice post from Carl Wilson in Slate the other day. You’ll want to check out the whole thing for sure, but here’s a little appetizer: This is the insight that both Slutsky and Barber have flashed on intuitively, I think, in choosing the comments on songs (out of all the YouTube offerings): that music, […]

Who’s Screwing You Worse: iTunes Radio, or Pandora?

Posted on | November 27, 2013 | Comments Off on Who’s Screwing You Worse: iTunes Radio, or Pandora?

Digital Music News strives to answer that age old question. Short answer: It depends. Another thought: If nobody knows who you are, it probably doesn’t matter who is screwing you. Like Billy Preston once said: “Nothing from nothing leaves nothing.” 

Digital Music News: Top TV Producer: “It’s Amazing That We Still Pay Artists Anything for Music…”

Posted on | November 27, 2013 | Comments Off on Digital Music News: Top TV Producer: “It’s Amazing That We Still Pay Artists Anything for Music…”

Because it’s all about exposure right? Personally, I find this attitude to be B.S, and I hope people will think twice before falling prey to it.  That being said, it’s also important to remember the following: If your song gets played on television in a commercial or on a television show, you can still make performance […]