Ironically for a streaming service, @Beats1 is probably the first big radio station not to base what it plays on a set of playlists
So Amazon have launched 2hr deliveries in central London. And they sell booze: http://t.co/DSQINpMAG8
“If you start to feel sick just take it off and you’ll be fine in a minute.”
These words – uttered by the person operating a computer, oversized goggles and corresponding tangle of wires – are just one of the many reasons why the latest wave of virtual reality is, with depressing...
I am sitting in a small cafe in southern Alabama. The south’s reputation for friendliness is proving well founded, and quickly the barista has coaxed a significant amount of my life story out of me; probably more then I’ve told several people I would consider friends back in London. It’s quite...
Wow RT @NoiseyMusic: !!!! Paul McCartney whistled the melody to Kanye’s “All Day” in a Parkinson interview in 1999: http://t.co/OsNasjYbVA
It’s well known that LA is a car town, but it doesn’t really hit you quite what that means until you get there. To someone from Europe well versed in how cities can sprawl – or not – you think “sure, everyone drives in LA, I get it”. But you really don’t. It’s woven so deep into the very fibre...
As I write it is 9pm the night before the first day of school.
It's sort of fascinating how that feeling that was drilled into you as a child lingers on well into adulthood, isn't it? I have a good, fun job that I enjoy immensely but yet here I am, the last weekend at the bloated end of the...
So on the eve of Apple getting into streaming, last week Ed Sheeran did more album equivalent streams then he did digital album sales
Just in case anyone from BMG is reading, I too am available for purchase in a multimillion dollar deal
JOB ALERT: We’re looking for a Marketing Coordinator, based in London. Details here: https://t.co/Bl4kJnCFzV
Frank Carter stands on the bar at the back of the room. With one hand he steadies himself against the low roof, with the other he clutches the microphone, the wire winding its way over the top of the audience, back to the stage. The atmosphere is akin to what would happen if you shut the door...
It's kind of fascinating how mainstream the discussion of music industry payouts and politics has become
Here's a question: if as rumoured free trial streams aren't paid on Apple Music, would they still count towards the chart?
Is there a better Friday night meal then take-away pizza and whiskey? (The answer is no) (Don't judge me) (Ok you can judge me a little)
New post: Is authenticity in music being eroded by trendy coffee shops and twee shower gel?: http://t.co/sZnX5Q04i8
After having done an extensive random poll, I can confirm that every person in Brighton is hungover today
ICYMI: A piece about what Oculus Rift has in common with James Bay - the similarities of hype in music and tech: http://t.co/6bSFuRG6Go
I'll accept any of the following as the Sunday Glastonbury headliner: Taylor Swift, Fleetwood Mac, Daft Punk, Kate Bush, Taylor Swift
A post on whether being authentic actually means anything any more, featuring Frank Carter and trendy coffee shops: http://t.co/FeUlc9a2XP
A piece about what Oculus Rift has in common with James Bay - the similarities of hype in music and tech: http://t.co/6bSFuRG6Go
Accidentally got an phone battery pack for Glastonbury so large I'm pretty sure I could power the Other stage if they have a power cut again
Highlight of the day so far: being recommended Mariah Carey after playing the new @_HEALTH_ track: http://t.co/dOOgHfrvJE
This post about how there's less innovation in music now is pretty on the money (although it's perhaps inevitable): https://t.co/AA3l6EpkvI
A piece about what Oculous Rift has in common with James Bay - the similarities of hype in music and tech: http://t.co/Cp5sEtJ3NF
That’s clever MT @willcarling: Now that is cool... Never thought I would be impressed by my new plug! http://t.co/UNIi5YHscR