Wow RT @NoiseyMusic: !!!! Paul McCartney whistled the melody to Kanye’s “All Day” in a Parkinson interview in 1999: http://t.co/OsNasjYbVA
A piece about what Oculous Rift has in common with James Bay - the similarities of hype in music and tech: http://t.co/Cp5sEtJ3NF
The anti Kanye at Glastonbury people are going to be really confused when he inevitably brings out Paul McCartney, aren’t they?
Just in case anyone from BMG is reading, I too am available for purchase in a multimillion dollar deal
JOB ALERT: We’re looking for a Marketing Coordinator, based in London. Details here: https://t.co/Bl4kJnCFzV
That’s clever MT @willcarling: Now that is cool... Never thought I would be impressed by my new plug! http://t.co/UNIi5YHscR
It turns out those 99 problems were mostly about how difficult it is to organise a good press conference #TIDALforALL
Kendrick Lemar, Bjork and the ever growing phenomenon of “surprise” album releases: http://t.co/jVBiGJX6Ac
I am on a bus. The air is clammy. Condensation drips down the windows. Directly in front of me two teenagers are watching a video on an oversized smartphone. The volume is loud – no headphones involved, obviously – and the track is terrible (it’ll probably place highly in the singles chart in...
“If you start to feel sick just take it off and you’ll be fine in a minute.”
These words – uttered by the person operating a computer, oversized goggles and corresponding tangle of wires – are just one of the many reasons why the latest wave of virtual reality is, with depressing...
ICYMI: A piece about what Oculus Rift has in common with James Bay - the similarities of hype in music and tech: http://t.co/6bSFuRG6Go
As I write it is 9pm the night before the first day of school.
It's sort of fascinating how that feeling that was drilled into you as a child lingers on well into adulthood, isn't it? I have a good, fun job that I enjoy immensely but yet here I am, the last weekend at the bloated end of the...
Weekend reading: How surprise album releases are happening because the US is really big (and how leaks don’t matter): http://t.co/wl0Y86n3By
After having done an extensive random poll, I can confirm that every person in Brighton is hungover today
A piece about what Oculus Rift has in common with James Bay - the similarities of hype in music and tech: http://t.co/6bSFuRG6Go
It’s well known that LA is a car town, but it doesn’t really hit you quite what that means until you get there. To someone from Europe well versed in how cities can sprawl – or not – you think “sure, everyone drives in LA, I get it”. But you really don’t. It’s woven so deep into the very fibre...
I am sitting in a small cafe in southern Alabama. The south’s reputation for friendliness is proving well founded, and quickly the barista has coaxed a significant amount of my life story out of me; probably more then I’ve told several people I would consider friends back in London. It’s quite...
I'll accept any of the following as the Sunday Glastonbury headliner: Taylor Swift, Fleetwood Mac, Daft Punk, Kate Bush, Taylor Swift
This evening I fixed something on my car myself. It has left me with a feeling that I assume must be "grown-up-ness".
FB looking to do ad rev-shares with news content providers is interesting if you replace "news" with "music"...: http://t.co/clsOIkMLwL
ICYMI: Kendrick Lemar, Bjork and the ever growing phenomenon of “surprise” album releases: http://t.co/jVBiGJX6Ac