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Streaming is the future, as physical music sales fall

It’s been the end of the world as we know it for years and it’s still fine in terms of the music business. The landscape has been in flux for years, it’s been known since Napster came about in 1999

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Fashion Meets Music in Columbus, this August

Columbus, Ohio will be the home of the first Fashion Meets Music Festival, in what is supposed to be a 250-band event spread over three days. The first round of bands performing live and outside were announced late in March,

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Cloud Nothings newest effort impressive, if not shocking

When Attack on Memory came out in 2012, Cleveland’s Cloud Nothings debuted a beefed up, electric sound that surprised early followers of the band. Cloud Nothings’ early recordings were lo-fi and flimsy, partially out of necessity because leader Dylan Baldi

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Record Store Day disappoints some

Too much of a good thing, the adage goes, can be a bad thing. And Record Store Day, the day designated for the celebration of brick and mortar independent record stores could be facing this issue. With the first official

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Bands to see at Nelsonville Music Festival

Nelsonville Music Festival will be celebrating it’s 10th anniversary this year and it promises to be the bigger yet. Folk rock band The Avett Brothers headlining the entire three day festival along with Dinosaur Jr., The Head and The Heart, Kurt

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