Daywood Drive Records

Jul 9, 2010, By Tom Kenny

Daywood Drive Records company profiled in Mix magazine July 2010 issue...

Building Out a Powerhouse PC

Jul 9, 2010, By Gary Eskow

Thinking about putting together a PC-based DAW? If so, what kind of numbers did you have in mind, and unless you’re a geek, have you thought about where you’ll go to have your workstation built? ...

Music: Bobby McFerrin

Jul 9, 2010, By Blair Jackson

Where do you go artistically as a singer when you’ve seemingly covered every base there is, from solo voice to intricate vocal ensembles, jazz to pop to classical, and earned 10 Grammys and a Billboard Number One single along the way?...

Classic Tracks: Bobby McFerrin "Don't Worry, Be Happy"

Jun 24, 2010, By Blair Jackson

In the context of what usually gets played on the radio and goes on to become a hit, Bobby McFerrin’s 1988 smash, “Don’t Worry Be Happy” is definitely an anomaly; even, dare we use the word, a “novelty.” After all, it’s one singer, performing all the parts a cappella, on a lilting, vaguely Caribbean-sounding song with an uplifting message as simple as its title. ...

Music: Dierks Bentley

May 21, 2010, By Barbara Schultz

Country singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley’s fifth album comes as a wonderful surprise. Whereas his previous records offer an appealing, modern take on classic country (like Waylon or Merle, only shinier)...

Music: Damian Marley and Nas

May 21, 2010, By Blair Jackson

If you are surprised that Damian Marley—youngest son of reggae legend Bob Marley—would collaborate on an entire album with New York rap royalty Nas, then you probably haven’t been keeping up with the ever-shifting musical adventures of the many Marley siblings. ...

Classic Tracks: Gloria Gaynor "I Will Survive"

May 20, 2010, By Blair Jackson

One of the most enduring songs to come out of the late-’70s disco scene, “I Will Survive” actually began its life as a B-side for a song that never became a hit. ...

Music: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Apr 27, 2010, By Blair Jackson

The band takes its name from the leather-clad biker gang in the classic 1953 Marlon Brando film, The Wild One—the Black Rebels Motorcycle Club (BRMC). The group’s sound—an amalgamation of hard rock, blues, neo-psychedelic and even some Americana—can be as noisy and aggressive as a swarm of Harleys ...

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