24 Jan 19
Halfway 2 Nowhere

The Wombats are about to embark on their highest profile and biggest UK headline tour to date. Six huge shows across the isles, including a night at Leeds’ First Direct Arena this Saturday, will see the 2019 tour further cement the band’s meteoric rise to one of the country’s biggest guitar acts. After a sold-out UK & […]

24 Jan 19
Perfect Distractions

It was Guildford 1987 and I had heard a tune like no other, a tune I couldn’t get out of my head. A glorious man called Mark I had found myself house sharing with (responsible for enough gay life lessons to last me, well, a lifetime) was a disco devote and always happy to confirm […]

24 Jan 19
Local Small Business Coach

  ~   Why Are You Risking Losing Your Customers?   [smart_track_player url=”″ title=”Quit Passing Along Those Credit Card Fees” social_linkedin=”true” social_pinterest=”true” social_email=”true” ]   CLICK TO GET YOUR FREE 8 STEPS TO $100,000 in TAKE HOME PAY eBOOK   Episode 234 – The Local Small Business Coach Podcast    Quit Passing Along Those Credit Card […]

24 Jan 19
Broadtube Music Channel

                  Marco Tha Gr8 known as Marco Iwabuchi drops a striking song entitled ‘Live N Lit’.   Excellence of the production is noteworthy.   Instrumentation of the remarkable song is inviting.   Song is driving and pure.   ‘Live N Lit’ is a blend of a rap […]

24 Jan 19
Confederacy of Dunks

36-14 Raps are playing hard with a consistently rested Kawhi. Nevertheless, so many good feelings right now.

Raps: We talk about what’s making us feel good about the Raps. Are we worried about Kawhi? Statistically, this team might be a bit worse than its record. What the hell do we make of that?

NBA: Did Cousins just ruin the season? What team isn’t tanking/re-tooling that needs to be? What new event should be added to the All Star weekend? Fun “Tell Me Something..” segment and a hot Quickish Questions round to finish it off. A sweet guest returns: Ian Gordon!

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24 Jan 19

This review may be affected by the fact that after discovering the existence of this band, I now feel to be artistically attracted by the band’s singer. I will try to hide this thing in the rest of the article. Two People is a relatively new electronic project founded by a couple of Australian artists, […]

24 Jan 19
Import Audio MP3,CAF,WAV,APE,RA,FLAC,OGG,WMA To GarageBand ('eleven

QQripper is the autoloader software program to automate the ripping of a stack of music discs (to convert audio tracks from music CD to digital recordsdata) to supported storage devices similar to laborious disk, iPod or MP3 participant. Fix problem in converting TIVO recordsdata to audio formats. Added help to alter pattern rate and bit […]

24 Jan 19
Our Given Purpose

  •Bible Reading: Galatians 6:1-3; Genesis 25:29-34; Hebrews 12:16-17 Hello Purposeful People! Thank you for listening to part two of What We Pass Down. In this broadcast, I introduce a few ideas for your consideration. Reading the Word of God provides us with valuable applications and lessons for our growth. Paying attention and listening to […]

24 Jan 19
Muzic Magazine

It was during 2010 when St. Petersburg, FL-based collective The Hip Abduction began casually jamming together but it wasn’t long before their sessions became the platform the collective used to develop what has now become their signature sound. The six-piece musical collective came into prominence opening for such artists as Grace Potter, Galactic and Moon Taxi, as well […]

24 Jan 19
Find Your Sounds / EDM NEWS

The songwriter, also known as ‘Polecunian’, now prepares to debut her second official release in the form of “STORM“. Continuing her success after her first release “CLOUDS”, BBC support ANAMELIA in a Live session. Offering a much more vibrant set of visuals, the growing vocalist gears up for her biggest drop to date. Hitting all major streaming services like Spotify & Apple Music […]

24 Jan 19
Kendall Lacey's Webworld

I have been counting the days until the next self titled album from The Weez, which we all thought was set to be Black. So imagine my surprise this morning when my super Weezer friend Amanda pointed me towards this – Ladies and pinkertons, welcome to The Teal Album, a covers collection available right now, […]

24 Jan 19
SoundCloud’s Eric Wahlforss announced today that he is stepping away from the company he cofounded 11 years ago. Wahlforss had most recently been serving as chief product officer. He was chief technology officer until August 2017, when he gave up that role amid a corporate reshuffling triggered by an urgent cash infusion from investors. While SoundCloud emerged as a streaming pioneer last decade, it has failed to find a stable business model over the years, even at one point becoming a rumored takeover target for Spotify. Just as the company seemed like it was about to hit a wall, it cut about 40 percent of its staff in the summer of 2017 and raised $170 million in funding. At the time, SoundCloud cofounder Alexander Ljung left the CEO job to chair the company, and Wahlforss became chief product officer. They were replaced by former Vimeo executive Kerry Trainor as CEO and former Yahoo exec Artem Fishman as CTO. On Wednesday, Wahlforss sent out an internal staff memo, which he posted on Twitter early Thursday morning: “This was not an easy decision to make, but one of the biggest reasons why I feel I have made the right decision is that the company is in such capable hands,” he wrote. “It’s been a pleasure working with Kerry  and the new leadership team over the past 18 months. Our team is stronger than ever, and we have very exciting plans slated for 2019.” After 11+ years of building SoundCloud, it is time for me to take a break, reflect and think about what's next. I will be stepping back from day-to-day operations and into an advisory role on March 1st. I am incredibly proud of what we have achieved and deeply grateful. — Eric Wahlforss (@ericw) January 24, 2019 Whether SoundCloud has found its footing yet remains unclear. The streaming business has only intensified in recent years as more competitors emerged, and even giants such as Spotify have struggled to become profitable.