Last month, it was reported that streaming music has finally become the dominant form of paid music in the United States. The rest of the… Read More »Digital music outsells physical formats worldwide
It’s finally happened: streaming music services are now the dominant form of purchased music in the United States, according to the latest figures. The RIAA’s… Read More »Streaming music services are now the top form of purchased music in the US
When I was a kid, my parents subscribed to Columbia House for their “12 records for a penny” offers. When I was in college, I… Read More »Columbia House comes back… as a vinyl seller?
A Dutch cognitive neuroscientist named Dr. Jacob Jolij has been doing research into which songs are supposedly the best scientifically at making us feel good.… Read More »The top 10 scientifically determined feel-good songs
A federal judge has ruled this week that Warner Bros. has no claim to the copyright on the lyrics for “Happy Birthday To You,” the… Read More »“Happy Birthday” is (presumably) now copyright free
Here’s an updated look (since almost a year ago) at what music services I’m using these days. These days, my choice of audio services include:… Read More »My choice of music services (summer 2015)
Google Play Music is Google’s music store and player for the web and Android devices. One perk of Google Play Music is that users can… Read More »Google Play Music now allows users to upload up to 50,000 songs