Monday, October 31, 2011
Saturday, October 29, 2011
Friday, October 28, 2011
To ensure delivery of our emails, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book.
|Top Stories From Music's Most Trusted Source.|
|Recent News||View All|
|That deepening sound you hear is Justin Bieber, growing up, on his first holiday album, "Under the Mistletoe." In our latest cover story, his manager puts it plainly: "Vocally, his balls have dropped." Check out the full story.|
The Billboard Tumblr
|Follow Billboard.com||View All At Billboard.com >>|
| You are currently subscribed to the Billboard Daily Digest Newsletter at email@example.com. |
To update your email address or newsletter preferences, click here.
To unsubscribe, click here.
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
|New Releases||All New Releases|
|StrongerKelly Clarkson||Audio, Video, DiscoJustice||Tarot ClassicsSurfer Blood||In the Key of DisneyBrian Wilson|
|Clancy's TavernToby Keith||Divine ProvidenceDeer Tick||A Very She & Him ChristmasShe & Him||Population ControlStatik Selektah|
13 MILLION TRACKS + an update for your iOS app
We're beyond excited to announce that our catalog has passed the lucky 13 million song mark! We owe some of our growth to those of you who alert us to digable obscurities and smaller labels that our catalog team can actively work to bring into the MOG fold.
We have an awesome iOS app update available now with some significant performance improvements, and we've added a very cool new feature: "now playing" album artwork on the "lock" screen! You can download it from the App Store now.
|Editors' Picks||All Editors' Picks|
|Impossible SpacesSandro Perri |
After spending the past decade creating experimental post-rock and electronic albums, Sandro Perri has finally distilled his various ideas into a bona fide pop record, combining soothing textures and unconventional melodies with with his inviting vocals for Impossible Spaces. More
|Electric Music for the Mind and BodyCountry Joe & The Fish |
Few albums have ever summed up the counter-culture era of the '60s better than Electric Music for the Mind and Body , an album that had plenty of psych-rock jams and protest anthems to spare while containing its share of references for the San Francisco rock scene.
|42 VexationsErik Satie |
Never actually performed during his lifetime, 42 Vexations marks one of the strangest works avant-garde composer Erik Satie ever produced, a hypnotic collection featuring 840 iterations of a four-part piano theme, all of which leads to over an hour of unconventional beauty. More
Check out a few of this week's latest and greatest reissues, singles, and more:
|Common BurnMazzy Star||50th Anniversary: The Singles Collection 1961-1969Diana Ross & The Supremes||Make Me ProudDrake||Live From Shepherd's Bush EmpireMumford & Sons|
|Top Albums||All Top Albums|
|Soul PunkPatrick Stump||How Do You DoMayer Hawthorne||Hurry Up, We're Dreaming'M83||FastlifeJoe Jonas|
|MOG: Where music listens to you|
Heads-up MOG listeners: our servers will be undergoing routine maintenance tonight from 11pm-3am PST, so we can continue to provide you with the best possible listening experience. You may experience streaming issues during this time. We appreciate your patience. Do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance.
"I refuse to believe that Hendrix had the last possessed hand, that Joplin had the last drunken throat, that Morrison had the last enlightened mind."
|© 2006-2011 MOG INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED |
2607 7th St., Ste. C, Berkeley, CA 94710
To unsubscribe, click here.