Category Archives: Music
Here is an excellent blog entry on Shakira’s World Cup piece Waka Waka. It concerns the seemingly free use of African copyright material in the West and is an excellent read. Around the World… Waka Waka Hey Hey! – WFMU’s … Continue reading
The Performing Rights Society recently conducted a poll that placed Cardiff as the 2nd most musical city in the UK. The data is based on the number of musicians that are produced when compared to the total population. The organisation … Continue reading
DEVELOPMENT OF A FOUNDATION DEGREE IN MUSIC RETAIL MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN A UNIVERSITY AND ROLAND UK
I have just had an article published on the research I have conducted regarding developing work based music Foundation Degrees. The Details can be found here.
After listening to Eivind Aarset, I thought I would dig around and see if I could find any other Norwegian guitarists that are relevant to my research. I have been a fan of Terje Rypdal for many years, but now … Continue reading
Sir Paul McCartney Backs Rage Against Machine For Xmas Number One Against X Factor’s Joe McElderry | Showbiz News | Sky News
Sir Paul McCartney has thrown his weight behind the campaign to land Rage Against The Machine the Christmas number one. via Sir Paul McCartney Backs Rage Against Machine For Xmas Number One Against X Factor’s Joe McElderry | Showbiz News … Continue reading
Just been sent a new web site by its MD – Matt Stanley. It is aimed at independent artists and co owned by ex Ultravox frontman – Midge Ure. Check out the link below. Tunited > Home.
Having become so obsessed with Zappa’s music over the last few years, I thought it would be interesting to compare some of my own work to his. Although the tracks I have posted below have no stylistic influence – I … Continue reading
After a long journey from Brecon to Bad Doberan, the first delight was the exposition on Jimmy Carl Black near the ‘Arf Society’ office. Featuring a huge collage of album covers, a video installation and several of his sculptures, the … Continue reading
Over the last couple of months I have discovered several different ways that make it possible to listen to music on the Internet. The first and possibly most amazing is a site entitled Wolfgang’s vault. This site focuses upon live … Continue reading