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Groundbreaking DJ/producer Tony Colman—a.k.a. London Elektricity—talks about gear, technique and how to thrive in a changing industry.
Rage Against The Machine's 'Killing In The Name' sparks Asda furore
Rage Against The Machine's 1992 hit 'Killing In The Name' has sparked complaints – after it was played on the shop speakers in a branch of the Asda supermarket chain.
Guns 'n' Bombs: America's Answer to Justice
Cutting-edge electro-house duo Guns 'n' Bombs uses Torq DJ software to conquer the underground club scene.
Legendary drummer Henry Spinetti on tour with Vic Firth
The legendary session drummer and Vic Firth on the Katie Melua "Pictures" Tour 2008.
Remembering Moondog, The Viking Of 6th Avenue
Most Classical composers write Horn parts....but how many WORN horns? New York has many strange stories...here's one of them! Meet Moondog, blind composer who lived on the streets of Manhattan and was greatly admired by everyone from Charlie 'Bird' Parker and Count Basie to Phillip Glass and Elvis Costello...
Hendrix's drummer Mitch Mitchell dies
Mitch Mitchell, the British drummer in the seminal 1960s band the Jimi Hendrix Experience, has been found dead in his US hotel room, authorities say.
Customer Spotlight: John Burns and Purple Comedy
Purple Comedy is Scotland's biggest comedy podcast with over 9000 listeners per month. They record all of their shows on an Edirol 09 bought from Dolphin. Comedian John Burns explains how the popular Edirol portable recorder helped them to move away from Toilet Humour...
Little Boots: Hot New Talent Brings Tenori-On AND Stylophone To Jools Holland!
Little Boots is the musical alter ego of Blackpool lass Victoria Hesketh, former singer with Dead Disco. At last week's Later With Jools Holland show on BBC 2, Little Boots brought together vintage and new technologies, with a stunning performance that used both a Stylophone AND a Tenori-on!
Clapton Better Than Page? Cream Better Than Led Zep?
Rock legend Jack Bruce, of Cream fame, recently attacked Led Zeppelin, calling them "lame" and saying that Jimmy Page is "crap".
Customer Spotlight: Janey Summer, D.I.Y. Solo Artist
Welcome to what we hope will become a regular and popular feature on our site! Each week, we'll give space to a musician/ producer who's a Dolphin customer and we'll find out how the gear they've bought from us has helped them out!
The Beatles Gone Soft...
Software based Fab Four virtual instrument/soundbank unlocks the door to Abbey Road Studios
Mark Ronson talks production, equipment and Tom Cruise
Mark Ronson is currently one of England's biggest music exports, having won an English Brit Award and being a three-time Grammy award winning music producer and artist .
James Burton - Guitar Legend Set To Play in the UK Soon!
The Master Of The Telecaster, one of the selected players who deserved a Fender signature guitar, is set to play at the International Guitar Festival at the Pacific Road Arts Centre in Birkenhead, Wirral, next week. Here's a look at the life of this true legend, who was chosen as one of the Top 20 Best Guitarists of all time.
Elvis is the Top Earning Dead Celebrity
Wanna make it to the top? You got to die, first...Forbes annual "Top Dead Celebrities" list is topped, once again, by The King...
The Sound Of Stevie Ray Vaughan
Okay, Stevie Ray Vaughan’s tone was massive. And an entire industry has practically grown up around assisting players in replicating that monster of a sound, so let's look at what you can achieve in this realm, and what you can’t.
Guns N Roses Unveil 'Chinese Democracy' UK Release Date
...And all American citzens will be entitled to a free of Dr. Pepper. The album has been nearly fourteen years in the making and is reported to have cost frontman Axl Rose $2million.
The Smiths To Reunite For 2009 Summer Festivals?
According to a report on the Gigwise.com website, The Smiths' original members are “closer than ever” than to reuniting.
New Photo of Blues Legend Robert Johnson Surfaces
It may be one of the greatest finds in Delta blues history. Seventy years have passed since Robert Johnson died in 1938, and thus far only two photos of the legendary artist have surfaced. Until now...
Eric Clapton’s Blues Breakers Tone
Zoom back to the guitar market of the late 1950s and you find a Les Paul that is becoming harder and harder for Gibson to sell, alongside a popular music scene that doesn’t appear to have accepted the merits of the set-neck solidbody electric with dual humbucking pickups. Lurch forward less than a decade, however, and the Les Paul is setting the rock and blues worlds on fire. What happened? In two words, Eric Clapton.
Simian Mobile Disco 's Live Equipment Set Up
Simian Mobile Disco are best known for their studio work with bands like Justice, Klaxons The Go! Team and The Rapture.
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