Checkout All That Neo Jazz
by Soul Public Radio's own
Jesse X-Ro Pinkney
Listen to the album by following the links below.
Itunes Link: https://itun.es/us/vmBD1
Spotify Link: http://open.spotify.com/album/4m42quvyzk2YZs8xCjM68K
Soul Public Radio Monday Schedule 6/23/14
5:00am-6:00am- Meditation Hour
6:00am-7:00am- Jazz Hour
7:00AM- 9:00AM- UniversalVibesDay (Jazz, Neo Soul, Rare Grooves, World)
9:00AM-10:00pm- DJ Ausar
10:00-12:00pm- Honey Dips Show
12:00pm-1:00pm- Deeper Than Atlantis: Diggin' in Da Crates
1:00pm-2:00pm- X-Ro's House with Jesse X-Ro Pinkney
2:00pm-4:00pm- Welcome To Soulville
4:00pm-5:00pm- Ghettoclectic Sounds
5:00pm-7:00pm- UniVerSoul Vibes Evening Edition (Electro Soul, Hip-Hop, Old School)
7:00pm- 8:00pm- New Sound Theory with Jason Rimmer
10:00pm- 11:00pm- Wrd, Snd, Pwr with PUDGE. aka Deejay PUDGEmcee
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New York Times reports how music streaming services are failing the music business. Below is a article taken form the publication. Read the full article by following the link below.
Music has been free for decades through the miracle of ad-supported radio, but streaming services feel different because I can listen to what I want, whenever I want. The implicit promise of radio has been that consumers will hear a song they love and buy it. But when I love something on Spotify, my response is to listen to it some more on Spotify. I could pay $10 a month for the premium version and have done so in the past, but for now, I’m sticking with the free service and put up with an occasional commercial.
With scarcity now gone, songs are in the air, a mist we move through like so much department store perfume. We are no longer collecting music; it is collecting us on various platforms.
Data Show Our Attentions Spans Have Become So Short, We Can Barely Listen To A Whole Song Straight Through
Percent of song listened to
Here's the first one, showing what percent of listeners listen to what percent of a given song. It shows Nearly a quarter of all songs on Spotify get skipped within five seconds of starting. More than a third are skipped within 30 seconds. Nearly half of all songs are skipped at some point.
"The plot shows the rather steep drop off in listeners in the early part of a song when most listeners are deciding whether or not to skip the song," Lamere writes.
This Saturday May 3, 2014 join Soul Public Radio, Soul Public Union, and Mutual of Omaha Insurance as we join students forDaniel Webster's 5K Wild Run. This is a early event and you will be done by 12noon. Soul Public Radio will have the family friendly music on deck plus plenty of animals, food trucks and more will be on site. Hope to see you there!