Pause is a well-curated music periodical and contains the best music stories, reviews, features, interviews, longreads as well as charts, audio and video from some of the leading music authorities on the web including The New York Times, The Fader, Pitchfork, The Guardian, Dummy, Fact, Vulture, XLR8R, Billboard, Grantland, Rookie and many more.
Pause is all about music stories: background, context, validation; a music mag of the future. Listen while you read a carefully curated selection of the best music content posted on the web. Coinciding with the highlights of Q1 of 2014 we’ve made it available for the iPhone too.
The app now also hints where it’s going with the issues overview page, showing the ambition to make it possible for other parties—publishers, magazines, music writers, curators, venues or festivals—to get involved. This feature is expected around the third quarter of this year.
Download PAUSE 2 here.
This site is perfect for vinyl freaks and equipment lovers all across the world.
It’s amazing how inspired you can get from just taking a look at some DJ’s room or/and record collection. Videos with artists such as The Gaslamp Killer are giving you a closer look at their room’s and in their mindset.
Also vinyl art installations are getting their well deserved doses of attention on the DJ rooms site. Basically everything that has to do with being a DJ or artist is being discussed here.
So if you’re a DJ, producer or just an enthusiast don’t hesitate to follow DJ rooms on Shuffler.fm here.
Wonderland Magazine, a magazine that only started a couple of years ago but now has a incredibly large fan base.
With guest edits by famous celebrities such as Emma Watson and conversations with your favorite musicians, Wonderland magazine is able to also become your daily source of music, fashion and other news.
Even though this in London based magazine is a brand new publication, the team behind it seem to know all about the old plus the new. Very inspiring articles is what are coming from knowledge like that. If you love reading stuff about your favorite old TLC, Wonderland will make it possible for you.
To check out and FOLLOW Wonderland Magazine click here.
Stereoklang.se, a magazine/label/promo site run by a producer called ‘Steelberry Clones’.
Interviews with people like Alan Wilder and John Foxx but also tutorials on how to remix tracks is what Steelberry Clones is posting for you on his website. Kind of a strange website that has a bit of everything including self-promo, but what music lover doesn’t love to read about synths and interesting bands, right?
Check out Stereoklang.se here.