Sunday, July 19, 2015

Sunday Session: July 19, 2015

Horace Silver
For your Sunday reading, here are some interesting music-related items that have hit StLJN's inbox over the past week:

* Red Bull, Awolnation And The Evaporating Division Between Bands And Brands (Forbes)
* Robert Glasper: 'When hip hop took over the world' (
* New Coryell Box Set Features Unreleased Live Recordings (DownBeat)
* Jamming with the cosmos: CERN and the music of physics (CERN)
* The portable wilderness of John Luther Adams (Boston Globe)
* Jazz at Lincoln Center and Sony Music Team Up for Blue Engine Records (New York Times)
* Lost Jack Bruce Cream Tapes X: 'Albert King Asked Me, Where's The Money?' For Bad Sign (Forbes)
* Is The Music Industry Sleepwalking Into Disaster? (
* Multiple Generations Salute Horace Silver at Pittsburgh JazzLive Fest (DownBeat)
* Review: John Zorn Brings Avant-Garde Style to the Stone (New York Times)
* Jazz exhibit opens at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago with 'music you can see' (Art Daily)
* Rooting Around The Tonight Show's Sound (Pro Sound News)
* Talking Turntable: How Not To Launch A Music Tech Startup (
* Is Transparency The Music Industry's Next Battle? (NPR)
* How the Multi-Story Orchestra has transformed a car park in to a concert hall (Classical Muse)
* Why musicians need to get off Apple Music and Spotify immediately (
* Shipp, Malaby Embrace Revolutionary Spirit at New York’s Vision Fest (DownBeat)
* What Songs Look Like as 3-D Printed Sculptures (Wired)
* Sounds of the solar system: probing Pluto's predicted score (The Guardian UK)
* 20-50% of Royalties Never Reach the Artist, Study Finds (

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