“The Omelette du Fromage Virus, Part 2” – The Muenster Story   Leave a comment

Four Seas Stories

By Charles Bridgers IV

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Didn’t read the Prelude to this Story?  Click HERE first.

Didn’t read Part 1 of this Story?  Click HERE first.

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Previously on “The Omelette du Fromage Virus”:

Four Seas Stories writer Charles Bridgers IV was trying to write a story about Muenster’s Weirdope when his computer died and apparently all time stopped.

At least, it stopped inside the Lebanon, TN McDonald’s.

He was visited by a Digidrone (whatever that is) created by Muenster in the future.  The Digidrone was trying to warn him about something that has corrupted all of mankind, telling him to listen to the album to find out what happened.

While he was enjoying the smooth sounds and dope cuts from Weirdope, Charles didn’t notice the strange men who weren’t affected by time stopping (that’s why I said “apparently all time stopped”) and they were able to knock him…

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Posted July 8, 2019 by Indie Music Discovery.com in Uncategorized

Windows – Greye (reviewed by Dave Franklin)   Leave a comment

Dancing About Architecture

GREYEWindowsGreye are that perfect example that music is normally either too simple or too layered to be called anything other than rock and roll…as opposed to rock ‘n’roll and all that crepe-sole music! Straight down the line guitar music generally needs nothing more than such a simple label but in the case of Greye it is the dexterity of their layering, the deftness of the musical textures that they work with that means unless you have the time to pick things apart you might as well stick with the easy and general term suggested.

Hang on! I do have the time, hold my copy of “Complicated Music Labels For Simple People” by Lester Bangs…I’m going in.

Greye drive on a country-rock sound, but as their self-imposed moniker “progressive-indie” suggests there is a lot more than that going on here than. Pop the hood and you find bass lines which float…

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Posted August 7, 2017 by Indie Music Discovery.com in Uncategorized

Everything is Terrific: The Bandcamp 2016 Year in Review   Leave a comment

Posted January 24, 2017 by Indie Music Discovery.com in Uncategorized

Google Play Music Increases Cloud Storage Limit To 50,000 Songs   Leave a comment

Posted February 25, 2015 by Indie Music Discovery.com in Uncategorized

Here’s Why Music Lovers Are Turning to Vinyl and Dropping Digital   Leave a comment

Posted February 21, 2015 by Indie Music Discovery.com in Uncategorized

No, FLAC Does Not “Sound Better” – Here’s What It Actually Is And Why It’s Important   Leave a comment

Warm Leftovers

Lately, I have read more and more individuals preaching the sonic virtues of FLAC with literally no idea what they are talking about. They spout annoying, misleading drivel that has no basis in reality whatsoever. Let’s learn about FLAC, why it’s good, and why it isn’t, shall we?

What in the fuck is “FLAC”?

FLAC is an audio encoding format. It’s also a very good one for a number of reasons. FLAC is a “lossless” format, meaning none of the data from the source recording is compressed or removed (assuming you use the same bit depth [not the same thing as bit rate] and frequency range). This is inarguably a good thing. Lossless is the word of the year (or last 3) among audiophiles, but the implications of lossless have been twisted and manipulated in ways that are just not factually supported.

Why is FLAC awesome (and is…

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Posted February 21, 2015 by Indie Music Discovery.com in Uncategorized

What $500 Million And Jay-Z Say About the State Of Streaming In 2015   Leave a comment

Music Industry Blog

2014 was a big year for streaming, 2015 will be bigger. Apple entering the fray is the catalyst. Apple enters a market when it is ready for primetime. Apple lets the pioneers establish the market, prove the model and create consumer mindshare before it comes in and most often assumes a leadership role. Apple is certainly leaving it later than normal with subscriptions but it is still the same classic follower model, and the marketplace knows it. Hence Jay-Z’s reported €50 million interest in Norwegian streaming service WiMP and Spotify’s reported pursuit of a further $500 million. The first move is ‘let’s get in a market Apple is about to make huge’ and the second is an Apple war chest

Spotify’s 2014 growth was little short of spectacular, especially its December surge. But it is still not enough to IPO on. Not because 15 million subscribers in…

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Posted February 2, 2015 by Indie Music Discovery.com in Uncategorized