In our age of Spotify, most artists fail to get a fair deal. But with help from coders, Imogen Heap is leading the fightback, using a technology that could revolutionise the way music is made and sold
Lots of magazines do big lists, but few rely on them as heavily as Rolling Stone does. The magazine cranks out a list for just about every aspect of popular music. All promise authoritative, canonical
Two years ago, more than four decades after writing the song "My Bathroom, My Bathroom" for bathroom fixture company American Standard, songwriter and composer Sid Siegel was sitting at home when he received
Compiling my own list of 100 songwriters not included in Rolling Stone magazine's greatest list, I had no hesitation in picking Patty Griffin. The 51-year-old from Old Town, Maine, has just released her
“Black privilege is a myth, is a joke, is a punchline, is a time a teacher asks a little boy what he wanted to be when he grew up and he said alive.” This is just one of the chilling and painfully honest
People talk. More than ever. We have reached an era in which people redistribute other people’s thinking and build their reputation on it. Flow-heaters are called influencers now. They are running around
You may be more comfortable as the team expert, but effective leaders hire people who are smarter than they are. Smart leaders hire people who are way smarter than themselves. But how do they maintain
Last week's article The Leadership Checklist: 10 Principles That Make Leading Easier, generated some interesting thoughts as shared through various social media outlets. Many readers tended to hone in
Ms. Lauryn Hill Returns to Television with an Electrifying Performance of Nina Simone's "Feeling Good"
Is she back for good? Lauryn Hill returned to late night television after a years-long break this week with a stunning performance of the Nina Simone classic "Feeling Good" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
"It has nothing to do with gender when you’re talking about pick and rolls and X’s and O’s." It's been the summer for women in sports, particularly for San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon, is
When a perennial title contender barricades a free agent in his own home, you know it was a crazy offseason. Rebuilding teams inched closer through the draft, some of the top teams in basketball stayed