The Pointy End

Quand la musique devient souffrance

C’est sans doute le mal le plus handicapant pour un musicien : l’acouphène, ce sifflement continu dans l’oreille. Aujourd’hui, le milieu prend de plus en plus conscience des dangers liés au son.

Libération

How to Visit (Some of) the World’s Best Music Cities

In 1975, UNESCO’s International Music Council named October 1 International Music Day to celebrate the enduring art, and to encourage peace and friendship among nations—which also happens to be a goal that travel can accomplish well.

National Geographic

Beyoncé named music's most powerful woman by BBC Woman's Hour power list

She says she's a "black Bill Gates in the making" who "ain't never seen a ceiling in my whole damn life".

BBC

The Story of a Scammer Who Maybe Cheated Spotify Out of $1 Million

Spotify's problem with fake artists, has been reported on since last year, doesn't seem to be letting up any time soon. Scammers now seem to be outsmarting the streaming giant, despite the company's efforts to counter illegitimacy across its platform.

Noisey

New trial ordered in accusation Led Zeppelin stole ‘Stairway to Heaven’ tune

Lawyers for Led Zeppelin were not immediately available for comment.

San Francisco Chronicle

Spotify propose de la musique basée sur votre ADN

En partenariat avec un laboratoire américain de recherche généalogique, le Suédois Spotify, numéro un mondial de la musique en streaming, vous propose désormais des playlists inspirées de vos origines.

RTL

Qantas have axed music from in-flight entertainment

“Our research showed that fewer and fewer of our customers are tuning into the radio and music channels. It also indicated that many passengers on both domestic and international flights bring their own device with music already downloaded”.

The Industry Observer

Hip-hop restaurants: Australia's popular yet polarising food trend

As a growing number of Instagram-friendly burger and fried chicken joints pay homage to the US subculture, some people are finding the marketing gimmick hard to stomach.

The Guardian

How to Find Classical Music You Actually Like

Classical music has been evolving for centuries, so there are all different kinds of sounds. That means that if you hate one kind, you can still love several other kinds.

Life Hacker


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