With the proliferation of digital recordings, music has never been more portable or easy to acquire and preserve.
Despite their relatively young lives, Caleb Chapman, his brother Will, and Scott Mills demonstrate remarkable depth, talent, sensitivity and life experience.
It was just supposed to be a request to remix a song. But sometimes, there are greater things at work beyond just an immediate endeavor.
We are living in an age of hyper communication. Collectively, we write more than 180 billion emails each day.
After working with Jay-Z, Ludacris, Mary J. Blige and Drake, teaching at Harvard may seem like a counterintuitive move. But that’s exactly what makes an upcoming documentary about Grammy Award-winning producer 9th Wonder such an engaging and enlightening film.
Each passing year at SXSW, the once small, indie-oriented fest seems to increasingly draw big name artists, corporate sponsors and hordes of marketers.
Since forming as a band while students at UNC in 1997, Roman Candle has seen their share of different types of record deals, tours and music projects.
For most rising bands, the matter of continuing success is primarily a question of “Will people keep listening and coming to shows?” For Bombadil’s Daniel Michalak it was a concern of “Will I ever be able to play again?”
As a boy growing up in Atlanta, Jordan Jeffares would lie on his bed and listen to music on his headphones for hours. “I don’t know, I was just one of those people,” says Jordan, the musician and songwriter known by his band/moniker Snowden.
To truly embrace the music heritage of the South, you have to go a step beyond big-city meccas such as Nashville, Memphis, Austin and New Orleans.