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For the Record

Music got downright deadly in 2003. Some of the great ones went up to that big gig in the sky -- icons and legends like Johnny Cash, Barry White, Warren Zevon, Elliott Smith and Wesley Willis -- while the RIAA took off after grandmas and single moms around the country...

COVID-19: More Than 1,100 Active Outbreaks, Another Grim Record

8 months ago by Michael Roberts
New entries smashed the record for the ninth week in a row.

Active Child

10 years ago by Bree Davies
As Active Child, Pat Grossi assembles atmospheric compositions that are equal parts organic instrumentation and synthesized sound. Grossi's harp blends seamlessly with a bevy of electronic layers, creating a primed canvas for his pitch-perfect falsetto. And this church-choir-trained voice acts as an instrument all its own, carrying a gender fluidity...

A comprehensive guide to Record Store Day 2012 activities

9 years ago by Josiah M. Hesse
See Also: In honor of Record Store Day this Saturday: Ten records we treasure. See Also: Wax Trax celebrating 33 1/3 birthday in April See Also: Download a track from Wheelchair Sports Camp's forthcoming EP Whoever says the music industry is dead obviously hasn't observed Record Store Day. While file...

Active Junky leaves green in the pockets of its members

9 years ago by Kate Gibbons
Active Junky's rapid ascent of the retail mountain has changed the game for consumers and retailers alike. The outdoor gear cash-back aggregator shopping site drives traffic to its retail partners and gives rewards to its members, benefiting everyone on the outdoor gear and lifestyle shopping mountain. With more than 250...

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