A Puddlegum update: company development, mixing and mastering projects, and goals of a recording studio.
One year, I set out to listen to music from each decade, starting in 1910, moving forward as I heard music in context, studying music genres.
Puddlegum looks back at how technological changes have shifted music discovery over the past twenty years. Also, there’s a side story about Father John Misty.
Ten days after Radiohead released In Rainbows, Puddlegum proposed the Binary Theory, a playlist that combines OK Computer and In Rainbows. Here are the original articles, published in October, 2007.
Puddlegum will join the music industry blackout on June 2, 2020 in response to the murder of George Floyd and the assaults on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. It is time that the United States confronts systemic racism. Change must take place in police...
This 2007 Puddlegum article predicted the rise of vinyl sales, and the advent of the access model (music streaming).
A recap of Puddlegum’s first month of being back. 35 articles and 5 Mixtapes in 27 days. Puddlegum is now on Hype Machine and SubmitHub!