Lots of nice interviews & archive material from some great people (& also G.P. Orridge)-
Interesting contrasting the ease of independently producing & distributing music back the vs now.
Still a challenge to earn a living as a musician but today's artists have more freedom & access to a potential audience than any artists in history.
hoping people here can give some advice.
I need to buy some new earbuds, mostly to be used with my Nexus 7 (2nd gen) & Moto X (2014).
I'm in the UK.
Which medium-high quality brands/lines are most "Android friendly" in terms of in-line controls (vol, track control etc.).
Just wanting to avoid buying something non-optimum :)
Halfway through episode 1 & it's as good & funny as people have said.
I'm looking forward to the Tower Records documentary!
Spent a lot of money there over the years and found a lot of reading material and new music... All Things Must Pass: the Rise and Fall of To
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