YouTube Needs a “Donate” Button

The Internet pretty much forces musicians into poverty; if consumers are given the chance to pay for quality play, that could change.

What Losing Prince Means to Music

A musical legend is gone, but the music industry may just be letting out a sigh of relief.

Jai Uttal on The New Business Model for Musicians

How does one maintain congruency and personal integrity in a world where art, music, and video are so ubiquitous that they have become mere distractions for most people?

(We Are) Nexus. An Interview.

The Chicago based duo has taken electronic dance music by storm. In this interview, we find out how.

Steve Jobs Reflects on Re-Shaping the World (Video)

Steve Jobs’ philosophy of life.

Why I Don’t Hate on Justin Bieber

Why do we harshly judge a teenage boy for not being man enough?

“As for the Chris Browns of this world: do we boycott? Do we forgive? Do we allow time?”

These are comments by Eric M. and Christopher on the post “If I Work Out to Chris Brown Music, Am I Supporting an Abuser?”

Phil Collins Saved My Life

Phil Collins expressed the despair and emptiness of millions of listeners, and convinced at least one lonely teenager that his pain could also be channeled into something beautiful.

A Red Letter Day [Video]

Pop music stardom is an offer ‘good for a limited time only.’

The Future of Music: The Rise of Technology and Global Music

With the incredible growth in music technology, music production has been taken out of the hands of the few and placed into the hands of the masses.

Ten things I've learned from networking events

Over 90% of strangers you meet at any given event will be boring people you have very little in common with. At first glance, most people will probably feel the same way about you. Schmoozing and socializing well is a learned skill. It takes a lot of training to do well, and even then, you […]