If a piece of music relies on a lengthy explanation as the key to its enjoyment isn’t something out of whack?
What happens when you actually take the time to stop to listen to something without worrying about whether or not it conforms to your expectations?
Bloggers and iPods and Laptops, oh…yeah, yeah. We may have been able to function just fine before email, but seriously, who can remember?
Is a century-long fixation on numbers stifling our music?
Molly and Frank don’t agree on anything today, especially not what format they prefer for listening to music.
A woman on the Vienna Phil podium, a woman writing “great” music, Eno selling off his studio…what is the world coming to?
Is it easier to hate music because it’s beautiful?
A few moments ago, I received a PR email with the suspicious subject line “Pop Concert Line-up On PBS—Begins December 3.” Now, for as much as I love Babs and the Boss, I found myself getting a little irritated that PBS was presenting these concerts…
I’ve travelled to San Francisco and Boston to hear new music in the past few weeks, but as wonderful as those experiences were, it’s a heck of a lot easier to listen to recordings if the repertoire you’re seeking is available that way.