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How Spotify Changed Everything

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At first, Spotify didn’t change anything. By the late 00s, we were all already illegally downloading music to our iPods and phones; the music industry was flailing to stop us (to no avail), and we didn’t want to pay. Then in 2006, Spotify was founded in Stockholm. In the beginning, the streaming site offered an ...

6 Female Artists to Watch in 2019

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  Caroline Marquard https://youtu.be/Y1QkYoQbeN0 Caroline Marquard has hit the ground running with her current single, “Not A Roling Stone,” offering a gorgeous voice that is a perfect blend of classic pop and mainstream country. Marquard is following in the footsteps of Taylor Swift, Sara Bareilles, Maren Morris, and Faith Hill. We can’t wait to see what path she ...

J.I.D: ‘DiCaprio 2’ Album Review

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More than a year after releasing his critically acclaimed debut album, The Never Story, Atlanta rapper J.I.D is back with his sophomore project, DiCaprio 2. In a time when technical lyrical ability in rap has become secondary to whatever else people gravitate to, J.I.D effortlessly seems his way to the top of the rap game, ...

Multiple Awards and Her Own Record Label: An Interview with Tia Gostelow Plus an Exclusive of Her New Music Video

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By 2017, at just eighteen years old, Australian artist Tia Gostelow started up her own record label in Australia, was signed to AntiFragile Music here in the US, and won multiple awards for her music. Her song, “State of Art”, written when she was just sixteen, was featured on Triple J back in 2016 giving ...

Farao: ‘Pure-O’ Album Review

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Norwegian musician Kari Jahnsen (who records as Farao) is back with her second studio album Pure-O, offering euphoric synths and staggering moments of love. Three years after her debut album, Till It’s All Forgotten, Farao establishes a modern, experimental sound which is heavily inspired by Soviet disco.   In comparison to her previous album, Farao takes ...

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