Do you still need to finalize your plans and preparations for Coachella? If you already have tickets, consider yourself among the chosen few, seeing as tickets sold out within 40 minutes of being released, notes Desert Sun. And, don't forget, these two fun-filled weekends are sure to be inundated with crowds of festival-goers ready to have the time of their lives in the scorching California heat.
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If you’re good at what you do and want to see it grow further, there will likely be a time when you need to increase capacity and scale (if you haven’t hit that crossroad already). That means relying on others to handle aspects of your work and adhere to the same standards and quality that you are known for. Being good at what you do is one thing, but being a good leader is entirely different. The sooner you truly understand this, the stronger your team will be.
Over the last 20 years, the listening public has spoken loud and clear: We’re not paying for what we can easily get for free. So Jay-Z and his cadre of superstar partners responded with a $20-a-month Spotify-style streaming service whose main selling point is uncompressed audio. Huh? TIDAL, which is about 10 years behind the curve, confirms just how woefully out of touch some in the music industry still are.
Now there’s a question from which one will get different answers depending upon who you ask. Let’s just say in my experiences when chatting with people at music events such as the recent SXSW conference, people generally fall into 1 of 3 camps.
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You’ve spent hours in the studio.
And even more dollars building that studio in the spare bedroom.
You’ve put in the time and money already.
And this time you know you’ve got THE hot track of the year.
But once you send that private link out to a few DJs you highly respect and a couple blogs and there’s not one reply you feel, left behind.
As a parent, caregiver, or loved one of a child, one of the most important things you need to do for the child in your life is help them build confidence. Sometimes, it can be quite difficult to know how to best encourage and challenge your child at the same time. One discipline that lends itself very well to building confidence while gaining skills is music. Music classes can benefit children of all different ages and skill levels—keep reading to learn how the power of music can help instill confidence in children:
Smartphones are everywhere. Nearly every person has one and there are a myriad of apps available for these phones. They’re no longer just phones or even just for texting and taking pictures. They are now mini computers and you can do just about anything you like while on the go. If you like time away from the hustle and bustle and wish to relax with some classical music you may find one of the following apps just what you need:
Over the last decade, smartphone technology has completely redefined how people communicate and access information. It also has had a huge impact on the way people create and listen to music. Let’s take a look at some of the latest accessories that help audiophiles and musicians get the most out of their smartphone.
Get to the top through hard work and determination. I guess that’s one way. But what if you didn’t have to?
The resurrection of vinyl surprisingly started November 2013. The resurrection was powered by the release of Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories and classic rock reissued vinyl sales. Sales exploded that November according to Amoeba’s general manager, Rick Sanchez. Sanchez said, “It’s just continued since – it’s substantial, a really heavy spike, having a record in your hand is just way cooler than having a file in your iPod.” Around that time total sales soared 51% to 9.2 million. Vinyl now comprises 67% of total physical album sales.
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