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From Phonographs to Spotify: A Brief History of the Music Industry

What happens when you take one of the most-streamed songs of all time, say, Drake’s “One Dance,” and record it onto the oldest format of recorded music: a wax cylinder. Okay stop, not great. But fast-forward to today and a lot has changed. We no longer really own music, you just stream it. Streaming is […]

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I had 24 hours to learn this insane music…

Last week I was on tour with my band Sungazer and we were playing shows in the US with Shubh Saran and his band. Shubh’s band features seven musicians including two drummers. Now, for one of these gigs in the middle of the tour, one of the drummers was not able to make one of […]

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Neuro-Music Hack Day 2013 (N+MHD)

1440 minutes to hack your brain waves, your emotions, or the rhythm of your heart. 24 hours to think, innovate and create. 1 day to bring closer the fields of neuroscience, music and technology in the first Neuro — Music Hack Day. The 13th June started a 24 hours event in which 100 hackers, neuroscientists […]

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Climbing a Musical Mountain

my name is Ann McKee I’m a senior and I play a lot of violin [music] this semester I will be performing the first movement of the Brahms Violin Concerto known as one of the most complex violin concertos ever written It’s a huge achievement for any student particularly in the context of Bowdoin College […]

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Top 10 Overtly Sexual Pop Songs

Sometimes subtlety just won’t cut it Welcome to ms. Mojo, and today. We’re counting down our picks for the top ten overtly sexual pop song Before we begin we publish [new] videos every day So be sure to subscribe for [more] great content for this list we’re looking at pop songs with explicit sexual content […]