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Expanding your Musical Palette

A students time typically revising (or actively trying to avoid it) with a multitude of streaming services, such as Spotify and Apple Music available to them, means that there has been no better time to broaden your harmonious horizons. Here are some songs that’ll help you concentrate and some that’ll help you unwind: Songs to Study To: These will help you relax from …

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Adam Harper Interview (Part Two)

In part two, we explore hip-hop and ideas of the far East in music The Internet has opened up the possibilities for listening to esoteric or obscure music; you often don’t even have to pay anything, whether it’s free songs on BandCamp, YouTube or illegal downloads. “In a world where you can simply just take a sample and click on …

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An Interview With Musicologist Adam Harper

In part one of two, the musicologist and writer talks about the limits of lo-fi and a new future for music, haunted by the past Adam Harper tells me on Skype that he is currently working for Hearing Landscapes Critically, “a musicological research network about where geography and music meet and ideas of place and landscape in it” (“a bit …