The Beatles – What happened when the world’s biggest band arrived on streaming services?

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What happens on social media when the biggest band in the world put their catalogue on streaming services? Well, this is a question I tried to answer a few weeks after the fab four’s 13 albums (and 4 compilation albums) were added to the likes of Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer on 24th December 2015. […]

Why the internet means there will never be another David Bowie

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Earlier this week David Bowie died, he had already died many times before (through his reincarnations and musical transformations), but this time it was for real. Bowie died of an aggressive cancer only a few days after his 69th birthday; release day of his new album ‘Blackstar’. Little did we know at the time but […]

An open letter to Neil Young

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To Mr. Young (or may I call you Neil?), I have been a big fan of your music for years. I listen to you at home, at work, walking the streets of London, at friends’ houses and on my daily commute. But you recently removed all of your work from music streaming services and I […]