Want to crack down on the Neo-Nazi movement? There’s an app for that. German authorities have created a new app, dubbed Nazi Shazam, that is intended to help curb the Neo-Nazi movement.
The app operates similar to the popular Shamaz …Read More »
The fight for equal rates is over, for now anyway. Pandora, one of the most well-known online music streaming sties, has given up its quest to get congress to pass a law that would put them on more equal footing …Read More »
The introduction of Google Glass could be used to introduce us as well into worlds and perspectives that we have not experienced yet.
At Cornell University, one of their professors, Cynthia Turner, who teaches classical music and is also a …Read More »
Microsoft has announced that their Xbox Music service is expanding. The company is introducing mobile apps for both Android and iOS, as well as adding a free streaming option for its web player. Adding these new options puts the service …Read More »
There comes a time when two things completely unrelated come together to create something special. Something so special, you can’t believe that you’re actually witnessing it take place. In this case, it’s Mario Paint’s 8-bit music composer and Daft Punk’s …Read More »
Most people like music in some way: some just like to listen to it, some dance to it and some of us want to go a little further by executing music with an instrument.
Chordify is an awesome tool able …Read More »
Breaking Bad, which is probably one of the greatest TV shows of all time, is coming back this weekend for its final run. What’s a better way to recap the first five seasons of the show than watching it …Read More »
Modders have created a radically new instrument known as The Spine. The device illustrates a never before seen means of interacting with an instrument in order to create music. The Spine is attached to the body of a dancer and …Read More »
Apple’s latest ad campaign continues with the newly released “Music Every Day” commercial. After the extremely relatable (and touching) commercial that highlighted how popular the iPhone is for taking pictures, this one is all about it being one of the …Read More »
Chris Hadfield is not only the commander of the International Space Station, he was also the first to record a song in space. Now, he’s become the first to record a music video in space — this guy is a …Read More »
BitTorrent has been busy this year. First they introduced SoShare in February, BitTorrent Live in March and BitTorrent Surf just last month. Now they’ve announced a new file format called the BitTorrent bundle. I’d try and describe it for you, …Read More »
This is probably one of the coolest music-related uses of the browser yet. The Netherlands’ Light Light has a new music video called “Kilo,” and you probably won’t find anywhere else but on its homepage. Why? Because the whole thing …Read More »
These are the top 20 countries that download torrents the most, and the artists whose songs are most pirated
Musicmetric, which bills itself as “the world’s most powerful artist analytics dashboard”, has recently released some interesting torrent activity data. They have compiled a list that shows the top 20 countries when it comes to downloading torrents. The list also …Read More »
With the advent of digital recording formats (e.g. CD) and the internet, piracy of copyrighted content — particularly music — has become a relatively not uncommon task among the general population. However, it must make you wonder: did people pirate …Read More »
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While downloading one song may not feel that serious of a crime, the accumulative impact of millions of songs downloaded illegally – and without any compensation to all the people who helped to create that song and bring it to