Neil Young may seem like an old hippie to a lot of people, but he’s always been fascinated by cutting edge technology, whether it’s for recording or for his state of the art model train collection. And now he’s got a new music downloading service called PonoPlayer.
The PonoPlayer is now available for pre-order via Kickstarter.
Although I'm not a fanatic about Neil Young's music, I do like it, and I have all the respect in the world for him as an artist.
We salute the tuneful inventors that keep breaking ground with new audio formats, biodegradable record balloons and brand spanking new music fests with amusements for all.
Forget the 21st century, because bands that hit it big-time in the 20th century are still active today, working on projects that MXDWN hopes to hear soon!
The artists I admire most are the fearless ones, and I especially admire musicians who aren't afraid to take risks or fail.
We are excited about the recent team-ups, covers and collaborations going on in the music world. Groups are getting hip to the idea of joining forces and paying homage to legends.
When Metallica was making fun of Axl Rose on their documentary, A Year and a Half in the Life, The Guns 'N Roses singer threw a fit and demanded the video be changed - or else.