Neil Young fights for quality streaming with career-spanning online archive

By Los Angeles Times
2018.02.14. 20:15

One of the elements of Neil Young’s latest online music endeavor is a virtual meter at the top of the screen that looks and functions like a speedometer. When any one of hundreds of available songs are pulled up out of a virtual file cabinet and played, the listener can watch the dial bounce back......

Los Angeles Times - Neil Young fights for quality streaming with career-spanning online archive
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