NOTE: This is an archive of a blog I originally published at Audiolicious.tv.
I have never been able to--and I suspect I never will--understand how some people don't like music. It is an absolutely alien concept to me. I can't imagine living without music.
Music is a part of my life every day and has been a passion of mine since I can remember. One of the best things about music is discovering new music and sharing the music you love with others.
And that. simply, is the point of Audiolicious.tv: Sharing.
I've been sharing the music I love with people in one form or another since I was a kid, be it vinyl, 8-track or cassette tapes, CDs, and now MP3 files and streams.
I've been sharing music with people online for the past fifteen or so years through various channels but I've never used one central location as that channel. Until now.
My name is David Erickson and this is my music blog.
This is about the music I like. If you like it too, great, stick around.
Thanks for visiting and enjoy!
This infographic from Designbysoap illustrates the waveform for The Beatles song Please, Please Me. The illustration will be included in a book called Visualizing The Beatles.
Planet Waves guitar rests are a very simple but very cool and useful invention to keep your guitar from sliding off the table.
This beautiful infographic illustrates how acoustic guitars work.
Billy Joel has turned Madison Square Garden into his own personal Vegas by promising to play one show every month starting in January 2014, going on and on until either he or his fans are exhausted.
This is a nice example of a band that used Google’s new Tour Builder tool to tell the story of one of their tours.
What Nemo would look like if he was an Emo fan.
The Lady In Number 6: 109 year old, Alice Herz Sommer, the world’s oldest pianist & oldest holocaust survivor, shares her views on how to live a long happy life.