EMI SoundCheck is a new site in which the label asks music fans for their opinions about its artists.
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WNYC radio host John Schaefer delivers more than 10 hours of provocative music and talk every week.
This story initially gave an incorrect figure for the number of listeners of Soundcheck's live programming. A more accurate figure is in the tens of thousands of people. It also initially said that WDET airs Soundcheck live, but it does not.
Internet radio, Spotify, and Pandora are good, but "curated" music podcasts are an even better way to discover new music.
Is there a hole in the soul of music? Have human imperfections been completely removed from nearly all music, and is that a bad thing?
Once the largest music seller in the U.S., the retail giant plans to close its download store at the end of the month.
Turntables in cars looked like the next big thing in 1956.
Some record companies are experimenting with distributing albums on the portable USB devices, but for now the releases are mostly expensive collectors' items.
Volume goes quit, then loud, then quiet...