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Dear FM Radio, Your Services Are No Longer Needed

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If the past few years have taught humans anything, its that we’re a highly emotional and expressive race of beings. As much as “civilized” society tries to elude us to the idea of normality and obedience amongst one another, we’re continually being proven every day that there’s nothing uniform in the way we behave in …

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Currently in music, we the people and especially labels get engrossed on the number of plays on streaming platforms or the number of likes and followers on social media. What is on the Billboard charts? Who was the top streamer last week? All answers focus on data. Although analyzing musical metrics is phenomenal if you …

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I remember the day I received the e-mail that Spotify was now available in the U.S. It was 2011 & I didn’t even know what it was to be honest. I must’ve submitted my e-mail for the beta testing sometime doing typical day-to-day research. Either way, once I clicked on the link & downloaded the …

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Evolsi isn’t just a dreamy voice with a sensual vibe. She’s a vibrant force to be reckoned with in the studio and on stage. Full of life, love, and an empathic eloquence that’s missing to an extraordinary degree amongst young female & male artists alike; discovering her was the perfect example of finding a diamond …

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The internet has been the most fascinating creation mankind has offered to computer users worldwide for well over 20 years now. Its the perfect place to tell a story that combines glory and shame so eloquently in the same discussion. When it comes to what drives our craving for entertainment, there’s almost no barriers or …

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There was once a time when FM radio held the keys to the kingdom for artists. Just one radio single could make or even break a new artist’s career. Back-to-back singles paved the way for the road to superstardom. It was quite possibly the only way for you to expand your listening audience further than …

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By Matthew Reyes Everyone is freaking out about the death of the album, but they’re both overestimating how important albums were in the past and underestimating how important they are now. It’s impossible to overestimate how much the internet is changing every aspect of our lives. As its reach continues to expand at a bewildering rate — about …

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