This is a neat article about what different musicians and writers choose as their favorite books about music. Read More: Musicians and writers choose their favourite book about music . As festivalgoers crowd the stages at Glastonbury, Brian Eno, Beck, Lavinia Greenlaw, James Wood and a host of other stars select their favourite books about […]

Duran Duran is back

June 16, 2015

Yup, I know…there’s a ton of gaming information to put out, and yet, I went with Duran Duran is putting out a new album. You can find the gaming news, its everywhere, but where else could you get your eyeballs diverted to the Duran Duran tour and collaborative efforts of Nile Rodgers, Mark Ronson and […]

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Muse, Drones, Review: Broken Heart to WWIII in 52 minutes

June 7, 2015

Muse, an English progress band, with roots back to 1994 has released a mind-blowing sci-fi concept album that takes one from the idea of a broken heart to the full on throes of WWIII in the time it takes to immerse yourself in the album. This is their seventh album and has Def Leppard producer, […]

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Hip-Hop is Pop Music’s Most Important Revolution

May 24, 2015

Without actually listening to any music, an Evolutionary biologist and his team of researchers have figured out that the most influential genre of music in the last fifty years is hip-hop. Using the same techniques used to study worms, the researchers were able to use computers to analyze 17,000 songs. Even if you disagree, the […]

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The Beatles’ Indian Spiritual Retreat Overgrown By Forest

May 16, 2015

I’m not really sure why this article caught my attention, but I thought it was interesting. While maybe for some this might be a bad thing, it seems like all spiritual retreats should eventually return to the earth…right? Here’s the inspiration:The Beatles’ Indian spiritual retreat overgrown by forest The site of The Beatles’ famous 1968 […]

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Ed Sheeran Is Second Artist To Hit Two Billion Spotify Streams

April 21, 2015

Ed Sheeran joins Eminem as the only other artist to break the two billion stream mark on Spotify. While second isn’t bad, he does hold the title for first British artist to break stream mark. Here’s the Article: Ed Sheeran becomes first British artist to hit two billion Spotify streams In a statement, Kevin Brown, […]

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Frances Bean Cobain on Her Own Path

April 16, 2015

In case you were wondering, Frances Bean Cobain is all grown up now with her own ideas and direction. Good for her! Here’s the Rolling Stone interview she did at the beginning of April. Here’s the Article: Frances Bean Cobain on Life After Kurt’s Death One summer a few years ago, Frances Bean Cobain worked […]

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Willie Nelson To Launch Chain Of Cannabis Shops

March 30, 2015

I suspect a whole lot of people will be watching to see how this goes…even if they don’t want to admit it. Here’s the Article: Willie Nelson to launch chain of cannabis shops Nelson, 81, will launch his Willie’s Reserve brand of cannabis with a number of shops located in US states where the drug […]

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Wearable Drones Invade SXSW as Fashion Meets Technology

March 18, 2015

Here’s a look at some of the interesting things at SXSW. Here’s the Article: Wearable Drones Invade SXSW as Fashion Meets Technology Picture a stylish, blade-shaped drone on your necklace. As rain starts to fall, the device can fan out and fly above your head, spinning fast enough to keep you dry. Or imagine a […]

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Happiest Playlist in the World: Ed Sheeran and John Legend are Contributing

March 17, 2015

This is kinda cool in a happy-go-lucky kinda way. Its great that just in case you might not be able to create your own Happy Playlist, you will have the World’s happiest playlist to fall back on. Here’s the Article: John Legend, Ed Sheeran Join U.N. to Create ‘World’s Happiest Playlist’ John Legend and Ed […]

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Mumford & Sons Depart from Famous Style

March 10, 2015

I have recently started following the Noteworthy Music Blog because I like the Camryn Joy’s writing style. She reviews music in the way I read and review books. She’s down to earth and gives you the information you need to know how you are going to feel when you listen to the music she’s reviewing. […]

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