Brian Fauteux inaugurates our “The Podcast Review” series with an analysis of The Only Music Podcast, a music podcast from Gothenburg, Sweden that offers a refreshing take on the music industries by critically engaging with bi-weekly topics.
Laura Schnitker writes about the importance of saving college radio archives, as college stations have the built-in resources to both save their materials and provide public access to them.
Kyle Barnett reports on last week’s IASPM-US 2015 annual conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
Each year, the musician advocacy nonprofit group Future of Music Coalition holds a conference in Washington, DC, bringing together artists, executives, and policymakers. Reporting from this year’s Future of Music Summit, Tim Anderson finds that despite the music industry’s many troubles, much optimism still exists.
The promotional campaign for Arcade Fire’s Reflektor reflects an increasingly mobile and interconnected experience of popular culture, as well as the persistent significance of local sites of production in popular music-making and promotion.
What happens when the forces of unchecked capitalism associated with the mainstreaming of dance music cultures prevent those cultures from protecting or regulating their own?
The coordinating editors of The Velvet Light Trap are seeking submissions for a forthcoming issue that explores new directions in sound studies.
June Millington may not be as well known as some other rock figures, but her music and activism have made – and continue to make – a significant impact on the lives of girls and women who aspire to play music and participate in the music industry.