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Clueless hit theaters 19 years ago today. See why it is one of the best teen-girl movies.
Edit: One of the best teen
In my free time I read a lot about theoretical physics — mostly so that one day I can build a time machine, warp back to the 18th century, kidnap Benjamin Franklin, and return him to present day America. Franklin was likely our country’s greatest polymath. He was an author, a printer, a political…
good food for thought
Cam’ron & A-Trak - Dipshits
Ariana Grande feat. Zedd - Break Free
— Ann Powers, NPR Music’s 25 Favorite Albums of 2014
— Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe
Hello and welcome to another week of music industry insight and advice here on the official blog of Haulix. It’s the first week of June and we are kicking off our content with our second collaborative piece with Daniel Alvarez, attorney at law and music business aficionado. We will be working with Daniel a lot in the months ahead, and we think the perspective he has on the business today is one that can aide both artists and industry professionals. If you have any questions about the content of the blog, or if you would like more information regarding the distributional services offered by Haulix, please email email@example.com and share your thoughts. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook.
If I were designing a business industry that consistently favored one party over the other, I would be hard pressed to plan anything better than the music industry. Take young business-naïve, creative types with big dreams on one side and add ultra-sophisticated business-savvy folks with high-powered attorney on the other and what do you get? What it looks like the first time you get your label contract!
"Puh puh puhlease"
To help streamline and modernize the way music is licensed, the RIAA wants new blanket licenses and market-based royalty rates to replace the curre
As a horrible skater, this video delighted me. First time I tried dropping-in I just fell onto my shoulder and thought I dislocated it. Landing a trick after numerous consecutive failed attempts is such a life-affirming moment…something I’ve been searching for in my adult life.
Last night, I went to bed agitated after reading a column by Bleacher Report’s Jim Cavan that curiously argued Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said something “kind of racist.” The current version of that piece can be found here—I emphasize “current” because after immediate backlash, Bleacher Report began substantively editing the piece on the fly, as of yet offering no record of post-published modifications but for a change of headline notification.
This morning, I woke up literally flabbergasted at various takes regarding Mark Cuban’s comments. While the public at large seems to have to largely defended Cuban, many members of the media and readers alike have apparently doubled down on the “Mark Cuban said something racist” card. This in turn snowballed into accusations that Mark Cuban is not just a person whosaid somethingracist but also is an actual racist.
Haley Klinkhammer - My Heart [Paramore Cover]
I love this.
At draft combine, a team asked ASU’s Jahii Carson how many ping pong balls would fit in the room. He guessed 7,129. pic.twitter.com/EEeFbQ1tlQ— Paul Coro (@paulcoro)May 15, 2014