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Burning Man is an annual event held in the western United States at Black Rock City, a temporary city built in the Black Rock Desert of northwest Nevada.

Electronic Dance Music (EDM) is a genre that is cherished by millions of fans worldwide. Here, we take a look at some of the best EDM songs of all time that have left their mark!

Whether or not we're ready to admit it, the music landscape has drastically changed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Globally, we transitioned from a culture obsessed with massive music festivals and giant crowds, to consuming live music virtually and oftentimes alone. At this point, many of us would agree that it’s not as bad or depressing as it sounds. After 2 years of on-again-off-again lockdowns, most artists have done at least one show online, and many have fully transitioned to doing all of their shows virtually.

Listening and dancing to music is one of the greatest pleasures in life. No matter where you live in the world, there’s at least one venue dedicated to playing music. Whether its a honky tonk bar or a goth night club, music venues provide a space where you can feel at home and meet like minded music heads.

It’s nearly springtime which can only mean one thing; festival season is near! If you’re a music fan, you probably agree that festival season is perhaps superior to winter and fall. Coinciding with spring, there’s never a better time to get outside, enjoy the sun, and listen to your favorite bands perform live. There are so many festivals to choose from we’ve narrowed down some of our favorite festivals for 2022.

As music fans, there is perhaps no singular event that is more important and impactful than live performance. Through live experiences, artists are able to convert fans from avid listeners to dedicated fanatics in just in no time at all. Many artists, like Kanye West, Beyonce, The Grateful Dead, Prince, and were able to build their cult-like followings off of the heels of their live shows.

It’s a great feeling to be the person your friends turn to when they’re looking for new music. Unfortunately, since algorithms drive most digital streaming platforms (DSPs), it can be hard to discover great contemporary artists that haven’t already blown up. Hate to break it to you,

It’s tempting, we know—the allure of spending hours upon hours under the fluorescent lights of a record shop and obsessively flipping through stack after stack of used, perhaps vintage records. That unmistakable smell of aged dust jackets and liner note inserts tickles your nose as your finger skips to the next record. And in the back of your mind, you keep thinking that the next one might be the one; the one you’ve been looking for.

Music is experiencing a post-pandemic renaissance. New artists are emerging and changing the music landscape, while established artists reinvent themselves to stay relevant for the next decade. Ten music icons have made a lasting impression in the last two years, and we can’t stop thinking about how they’ll influence the rest of the roaring 20s. Here’s our breakdown of the Top 10 Music Icons of the 2020s.

Every musician and music lover dreams of having a room dedicated to music in their home. Decorating a music room can be challenging and expensive, but we know that setting the right vibe is essential, even on a budget!

Growing your followers can be daunting for artists. Most social platforms require video or photo content to engage with your fans properly and grow your following, but not Turntable LIVE ( With artists' needs and limited time in mind, has developed an effortless and effective way to grow your fan base online.

As summer festivals come to a close and the cool fall weather creeps in, music festivals move underground to warehouses, basements, unmarked clubs, and secret bars. Welcome to Underground Season on (October-December 2021).

Turntable's Creative Community Turntable Collective (TC), is the hub of our creative community. TC is a place for creators and artists that want to make content for Turntable.

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