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Reads tagged with “music”

Hyper-Marketing Meets Meta-Art: Tate Tracks
Hyper-Marketing Meets Meta-Art: Tate Tracks

How to lure twentysomethings, or what Basement Jaxx have to do with high art.

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(R)evolutionary Record: The Darwin Song Project
(R)evolutionary Record: The Darwin Song Project

Under house arrest by art and science, or what evolution has to do with independent music.

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Monday Music Muse: Brain-Picking Ghost Away
Monday Music Muse: Brain-Picking Ghost Away

What Radiohead and Japanese cuisine have in common, or why the future of the music business is in the hands of those who just love making it.

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Monday Music Muse: Anathallo
Monday Music Muse: Anathallo

What a flugelhor has to do with the existential quest of twentysomethings.

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Monday Music Muse: The Botticellis
Monday Music Muse: The Botticellis

Why SoCal and Sweden are closer than you think, or how to take the speed lane to SXSW glory.

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We Got Time: Hand-Illustration Meets In-Camera Animation Magic
We Got Time: Hand-Illustration Meets In-Camera Animation Magic

What a French invention from 1877 has to do with superb modern animation.

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Monday Music Muse: Haley Bonar
Monday Music Muse: Haley Bonar

What Dolly Parton has to do with today’s hippest indie rock scene.

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Lynching Moby
Lynching Moby

The antidote to selling out, or what a 6-year-old has to do with a Beatles reunion.

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Bicycle Built for 2,000
Bicycle Built for 2,000

Why 2,088 people are singing Stanley Kubrick’s praises for $0.06 each.

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Sound Meets Image: Visual Tributes to Music
Sound Meets Image: Visual Tributes to Music

The world’s most international passport, why cassettes are the new Buddhism, and what Thom Yorke has to do with motion typography.

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