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10 Best Music Blogs For High School Students

[fa icon="calendar"] Mar 19, 2015 10:26:00 PM / by Diana Liechty


The best music blogs for listening that stands out from the crowd:

  • Get some sweet new music sources
  • Learn tips and tricks from industry giants
  • stay up to date with the latest music news and events

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Let's get with it:

Here are the best sources for entertainment and information about the music industry that students should get tapped into.

1. Pitchfork

An industry standard - new music, cutthroat reciews, in-depth music journalism lives here.

2. Consequence of Sound

Super up to date music news, lots of interactive media to skim for the content you want, and a good place to plan get a feel for musical events/festivals you want to plan ahead for.

3. Tiny Mix Tapes

Sweet mixed tape playlists, fun music comics, and on-point music Features.

4. Resident Advisor

Original interviews, daily news, event listings, photos and music charts make RA the authority for electronic dance music. Any electronic musician who has hit it big in the industry over the course of this genre’s rise has shown up on the site. Take advantage of their awesome podcast streamling service.

5. Stereogum

Get the next coolest thing out there, here. Lots of pop-music culture news and free song previews to stay in the game.

6. The Fader

An independent and New Yorkly stylish site dedicated to the latest in music-art and events. Fanatically trendy and at the helm of the latest and greates in the pop music industry.

7. JazzWax

Marc Myers writes daily on jazz legends and legendary jazz recordings.

8. A Blog Supreme

NPRs curated music blog, featuring classics and new critically acclaimed aritists. 

9. Dancing Astronaut

An EDM and festival focused site that will keep you up to date on the pop developments of the rave counter-culture.

10. The BGL Blog

A great place to learn more about guitar playing in the Boston area, for all those fellow music lovers in BeanTown.

It's a Wrap:

From hot new singles to hip jazz tunes, these sites will get you up to speed on learning about music and industry influencers.

Now, while you're all excited about getting involved with music, be sure to stop by my BrassyBone site or take advantage of my First Free Lessson offer below :) Happy musicing!

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Topics: music festivals, music news, events, jazz, learning music, how to find new music

Diana Liechty

Written by Diana Liechty

Brassy Bone Trombone Teacher in Boston, Cambridge, and Somerville