A previously shelved Miles Davis album is now seeing the light of day.
A billion dollars more than it was making four years ago…
Kind of Jazz’s Rob Mallows writes, “Graviton has gravitas and guts, and listeners should be thrilled to join the quest.”
The ripples are just being felt from Jody Rosen’s bombshell New York Times Magazine exposé on the Universal Studios fire of 2008.
So, is or isn’t iTunes dead?
Seventy years ago, Miles Davis began recording the music for what later became the album Birth Of The Cool. To mark the anniversary of these seminal recordings, Miles’ son Erin Davis and nephew Vince Wilburn talked to uDiscover Music about their continued impact on music.
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Twenty years ago, the idea of free music was so compelling that up to 80m users downloaded Napster and broke the law. The aftershocks are still being felt today.
While our entire lives seem to be going digital, vinyl record sales have curiously been increasing steadily over the last 10 years.
The BBC broadcasts Bonsai’s album launch show at Pizza Express.