Tom Ewing (on his always-enjoyable Freaky Trigger blog) has listed five shared characteristics of a group he has dubbed “Digitally Engaged Music Seekers” (DEMS for short). The list was based on a simple twitter question: What’s your favourite current song and how did you first hear it? Check out the full article here.
Listening @theflyingchange–brilliant & unexpected alt-country that deserves more than a 140chr review: http://bit.ly/17ogwt #followfriday
NPR on the history of the Boom Box, including commentary from @FABNEWYORK and some killer vintage photos http://bit.ly/Rkfih
What can Whrrl do for independent musicians? We interviewed @whrrlmusic and found out: http://bit.ly/Ap0ZN
Woke up singing this classic. Don’t know if an unremembered dream or the infectious intro is to blame… ♫ http://blip.fm/~57dwt
At a panel called “How to Build A Business Warren Buffet Would Buy”–it’s unexpectedly entertaining…
This made me laugh: RT@JonAuer: Playing with Big Star in 3 hours. Alex Chilton keeps telling me I look like Antonio Banderas….
Waking up with Amazon’s new (free) International Music sampler–the track from Madagascar alone makes it worth grabbing. http://bit.ly/eFXQ5
Regardless of the issues that Heroes has had with its plot/writing in general, I still find Sylar beyond creepy…
Ton of stuff I wanted to hear today, but I can’t stop listening to this free Porter Records sampler from @othermusic: http://bit.ly/2e635Y
Which better defines my laziness: that I took a nap, or that I have been aspiring to an afternoon where I could take a nap for months now?