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October 2017

Foxes Return to the Hunt - Out of the spotlight for six years, Fleet Foxes have picked up right where they left off.
Best Music Schools 2018 - Our 10th annual special report is designed to help you find the best music school … for you.
“I Was Here” for You - Beyoncé gave songwriter Diane Warren’s “I Was Here” a powerhouse rendition. What will you do with it?
Go Fourth (and Fifth)! - Using quartal and quintal harmony is like giving your music a different set of dimensions.


  • The Sounds of October 2017 - Listen to music by Julia Michaels, Link Wray, cover stars Fleet Foxes, and more!
  • The Many Colors of Donovan - Our October 2017 Icon started out as a folk singer but quickly began exploring a variety of other styles.
  • Grime Time - Its name makes it sound dingy, but in reality the blend of EDM and hip-hop called grime is anything but.
  • Influences: Halsey ⇠ Link Wray - From a Hopeless Fountain Kingdom to a “Rumble” in four songs.
  • Moving in Theriot - Shane Theriot, that is—guitarist, producer, and musical director for the TV show Live from Daryl’s House.
  • Landing a Dream Job - Pauline France, internal communications specialist at Fender, has a few words of advice for musical job seekers.

May 2017

Brad Paisley, Indian classical music, Alessia Cara’s “Scars to Your Beautiful,” transforming your sound, Carlos Santana, Lorde, ZAYN, the In Tune Listening List, and more!

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