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  1. WTF?! Wednesdays: Philip Glass, "Music With Changing Parts"Read the original story

    Wednesday Apr 9 | Something Else! Reviews

    ... contributor to Jazz.com, Blogcritics.org and Salon, he writes several weekly features including the Friday Morning Listen, (Cross the) Heartland, WTF! Wednesday, and Sparks Fly on E Street. Follow him on Twitter: @msaleski. Contact Something Else! ...

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  2. The hidden meaning within your furnitureRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 7 | BBC News

    ... a little more practice on their mortise and tenon joints. It is a simple man's chair - a poor man, but an honest man. Listen to the week-long series, Furniture: A Personal History of Movable Objects on The Essay on BBC Radio 3 from Monday 7-Friday ...

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  3. How to Fund Your Band's Tour On SpotifyRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 20 | The Atlantic

    ... beauty of everyday, ambient sound, Vulfpeck's opus is a little more pecuniary. But first, a primer. Every time you listen to a band's music on a streaming music like Spotify or Rdio, that band gets a tiny, tiny amount of money. These amounts are ...

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  4. WTF?! Wednesday: Celeste Boursier-Mougenot, "From Here To Ear"Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2014 | Something Else! Reviews

    ... contributor to Jazz.com, Blogcritics.org and Salon, he writes several weekly features including the Friday Morning Listen, (Cross the) Heartland, WTF! Wednesday, and Sparks Fly on E Street. Follow him on Twitter: @msaleski. Contact Something Else! ...

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  5. A Bleaker 'Mountain'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2014 | Wall Street Journal

    ... dramatic flair, mastery of color and an ability to entertain. The composer's palette is actually quite wide-ranging. Listen to the "Haroun Songbook," based on an opera he created with Salman Rushdie, and you'll find songs reminiscent of Stephen ...

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  6. Friday Ramble - ListenRead the original story

    Jan 17, 2014 | Beyond the Fields We Know

    To listen is hear someone or something with one's own ears, but more than that, it is to be thoughtfully intent and observant caring, courtesy, consideration and rapt awareness.

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  7. Listening to Lou Reed: I survived 'Metal Machine Music'Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 20, 2013 | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

    ... much of it as you'd like here: Mark Deming sums the recording up neatly at AllMusic.com: "If you're brave enough to listen to the whole thing, it's hard not to marvel at the scope of Reed's obsession; it's obvious he spent a lot of time on these ...

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  8. 'Almost Human' Theme Song Composed by J.J. Abrams DebutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2013 | Hollywood Reporter

    ... well, featuring a hypnotic, robotic techno beat. Abrams previously composed the themes for Fringe and Alcatraz. ( Listen to the Almost Human theme here .) The news comes several days after it was revealed that The Crystal Method would serve as the ...

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  9. 'Almost Human' Theme Song Composed by J.J. Abrams DebutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2013 | Hollywood Reporter

    ... well, featuring a hypnotic, robotic techno beat. Abrams previously composed the themes for Fringe and Alcatraz. ( Listen to the Almost Human theme here .) The news comes several days after it was revealed that The Crystal Method would serve as the ...

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  10. Musical MachinesRead the original story

    Nov 18, 2013 | WNYC-AM New York

    Listen to the insistent rhythms and repetitions of acoustic instruments on this New Sounds, with.

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  11. Radical DepartureRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2013 | Bangkok Post

    ... admiration of Stockhausen's work. But a few decades back the flow of ideas back and forth was much more widespread. Listen to the more radical songs by the Beatles, or numbers by jazz artists like Cecil Taylor or John Coltrane, and then to some of ...

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