Taking a break…

So I’ve been writing this site for over a year now. It’s been a lot of fun and I’m proud to say that I haven’t missed a single scheduled entry. With that said I’m taking a hiatus from scheduled posting, possibly temporary, possibly forever. I really enjoy writing these entries but out of fear of [...]

Vinyl records live on.

With the advent of compact discs and now digital music players the mainstream music world would have you think that vinyl records are dead and to a degree they are. I’ve seen vinyl records melted to make bowls, lampshades, cut up to make coasters and collages. I’ve seen them for sale for pennies at yard [...]

The Plight of Digital Media Shopping

In this fast growing technology oriented society that we’re a part of it’s common place for older technologies to be thrown by the way side. The music world is not immune from this life cycle, particularly the realm of music media. 78′s were replaced but 7inch jukeboxes, which were replaced by 33rpm LPs, which were [...]

Internet Archive: Live Music Archive

I’m going to change things up a bit today to discuss a fantastic website for discovering live recordings by your favorite artists(maybe). The site’s name is “Live Music Archive” and it is to be found at http://www.archive.org/details/etree. This site is a sub-site of the Internet Archive collective. According to the Internet Archive their goal goes [...]