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Inside Soulection: How An Unusual Music Startup Found The Sound Of Tomorrow

IN LATE 2011, Alli Bautista, an artist, was preparing to paint in her bedroom in San Diego. The apartment was spacious yet cozy with warm wooden floors. Bautista’s easel stood in front of large windows accented by crown molding. While she painted, she always listened to music mixes. On this …

Ten Habits of Highly Creative People

What exactly is creativity? So many of us assume that creativity is something we had as a child but we lost, or something allocated to rarified …

Creativity

Tips for serious photographers

Being a serious photographer is all about seeing the world from a new perspective. That’s why serious photographers need cameras that match their ambitions and enable their insights. With a 45.7 megapixel sensor and an ISO range of 64-25,600, the new Nikon D850 offers the ultimate combination of …

Caramel Chicken

4 Servings<p>Active Time: 1 min<p>Total Time: 1 min<p>Don’t be put off by the sugar in this recipe—it’s balanced by the vinegar and soy sauce.<p>October 2013Print<p>Ingredients<p>2 tablespoons vegetable oil<p>2½ pounds skin-on, bone-in chicken legs and thighs<p>Kosher salt<p>8 garlic cloves, peeled<p>⅓ cup (packed) light brown …

Neuroscientist And Former Addict Explains What We Get Wrong About Addiction

He says addiction is "not a disease" -- and recognizing that may be the first step to better treating it.<p>The prevailing view that addiction is a disease, just like depression or diabetes, is wrong, according to a leading neuroscientist.<p>Marc Lewis, the author of <i>Memoirs of an Addicted Brain</i> and <i>The</i> …

Drug Addiction

The Music Industry Should Be Worried That U2 Is Today's Number One Touring Band

Everybody has a concert story. Whether it's lifting Wayne Coyne aloft in his human-sized gerbil ball at a Flaming Lips show, camping out all night for Springsteen tickets, or being hypnotized by Skrillex's beats, you've probably got a story, too.<p>Though individuals' narratives about their concert …

The Young Person's Guide to Getting Into the Music Industry

Follow these steps for a less painful, less poverty-stricken professional life.<p>#1. Meet Anyone and Everyone You Can In This Business.<p>Before you’re …

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Rob Terrell talks being an executive in the music industry, self-published book, and more

<b>By Stranga The Great<br>Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer</b><p>A lot of people have aspirations of being “the man,” the person who is always seen. Nothing wrong with …

Rap & Hip-Hop

Is the Death of the Music Industry a Warning to be Heeded Regarding 3D Printing & Manufacturing?

The lavish world–and income–that super groups were once used to may have come to an end.<p>I was just having a conversation with a friend yesterday …

3D Printing

Interview: Little Simz

<b>Little Simz is barely into her 20s, but she’s already one of the UK’s most in-demand acts – and she’s got there through bypassing traditional</b> …

Music

YouTube’s Biggest Threat To The Music Industry Isn’t What You Probably Think It Is

YouTube’s disruptive commercial impact on the music industry is well documented but the real threat to music is far more fundamental and can’t be …

Profit

Universe-shaking black-hole collision coming sooner than expected?

Earlier this year, we reported on an inevitable slow-motion collision of two distant black holes that could end in an epic, galaxy-destroying explosion violent enough to send ripples through the space-time fabric of the universe. Now, new research indicates those cosmic fireworks could be visible …

Four future space technologies that will change the world in your lifetime

From ending natural disasters, to flying to Sydney in an hour, scientists are working on future technologies to solve some of humanity's biggest challenges<p>Imagine a world where severe storms, tornadoes, and flash flooding are no longer a threat to human life. Or a time when flying from London to …

Where is Live Music Going?

Over time we have seen many different music products offering us everything for sharing music to a store to streaming. Each service has had its merit …

Live Music

This 2,000 trillion watt laser could re-create the Big Bang–and make clean energy

The most powerful laser beam ever created has been recently fired at Osaka University in Japan, where the Laser for Fast Ignition Experiments(LFEX) has been boosted to produce a beam with a peak power of 2,000 trillion watts—two petawatts—for an incredibly short duration, approximately a trillionth …

Physics

Ep. 195 Five Tips That Could Help Your Video Go Viral

BerkleeICE Releases MUST READ Music Industry Report: "Creators Underpaid By 20-50%"

Originating under BerkleeICE's Rethink Music initiative, a new study exposes inefficiencies and deliberate deception that result in millions of …

Denise Ho: “I Don’t Need the Mainland Chinese Music Industry to Survive!”

As an avid supporter of the Occupy Central political protest that took place in Hong Kong, <b>Denise Ho</b> (何韻詩) lost all opportunities of advancing her …

Hong Kong

Analytics and Insights for the Music Industry

As such, it seems a pertinent time to step back and once again explore the state of the online music industry through the lens of data. How rapidly …

Apple Music

A Radical Plan to Save the Big Music Labels: Shrink the Big Music Labels

Dave Goldberg's prescription for Sony Music called for a complete overhaul.<p>A decade and a half after Napster, the music business is finally changing. But only grudgingly: Even as music labels have begun to embrace digital streaming, they are still trying to protect the sales of $15 albums, a format …

Felicia Day's 'You're Never Weird On The Internet' Is An Emotional Look At Geekhood

I just finished Felicia Day’s new book <i>You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)</i> and figured that since it has quite a lot to do with gaming between the creation of her show, <i>The Guild</i>, real-life <i>World of Warcraft</i> addiction and GamerGate harassment, it would be appropriate to discuss here.<p>It’s a …

Cringe-worthy tech habits (and how to fix them)

Last night I climbed into bed around 11:30 PM, plugged in my iPhone to charge and swiped to the home screen to find my favorite alarm clock app—Sleep Cycle. But before I could get to the app, I quickly opened Facebook to see if I had missed anything. One of my friend’s had just had a baby, so I …

What Next For Music Marketing?

​__________________________<p><i>Guest Post by Lucy Blair from her own website Hybrid Language</i><p>Much has been made in the music industry recently of the …

Marketing

How to Grow Your Blog from 0 to 100,000 Visitors Per Month

Could You Do Me a Favor?If you could take 2 minutes to leave a rating & review on iTunes that would totally ROCK my world! Click Here to Leave a …

Marketing

A new app lets anyone with a startup idea instantly chat with investors at VC firm Kleiner Perkins

In fact, he was so enamored by the startup culture there that he started sending cold emails to venture capitalists in the Valley, asking questions about term sheets and business plans. But the usual response he got — if he ever got one — was a simple one line message: "Next time you're here, let …

Venture Capital

Britain’s Music Industry Needs to Take Lessons from Gaming’s Indie Scene

New music is in a funk, with base competence alone serving as a selling point. Labels would be wise to look to gaming for guidance through these depressing greys.<p>Not so many weeks ago, I was chatting to another games journalist because, believe it or not, people covering interactive entertainment …

Relationships Are More Important Than Ambition

There's more to life than leaving home.<p>This month, many of the nation's best and brightest high school seniors will receive thick envelopes in the mail announcing their admission to the college of their dreams. According to a 2011 survey, about 60 percent of them will go to their first-choice …

DJ & Dance Music, Tracks & Mixes