Each month, the staff at the Audio File recommends one song in each of ten musical genres for listening through Etymotic earphones. Great new music never sounded so good. Here are our picks for August 2014. (Click on the title to stream the song, licensed through ASCAP and BMI). If you like the music, forward it to a friend!
by Sir Sly
It's not easy to take a great song and make it into a better one, but this electronic duo nails it... Read More
by 5 Seconds of Summer
They're the next big boy band and they've got themselves a hit no one can forget... Read More
by Porter Robinson
Finding international fame early on, this young DJ seems to have created his next big splash... Read More
by James Bay
With a certain rawness and fire that sets him apart, this budding singer/songwriter has a signature sound... Read More
Against all odds, this R&B singer found his way to Gold standard and has never looked back... Read More
by Dirty Loops
These childhood friends have linked up again and are off an running fast with this incredibly diverse hit... Read More
by Henry Mancini
Revolutionary during its time, the soundtrack for an old TV series has been revived, and it's just as good as ever... Read More
by Chase Bryant
Born into a musical family, this country singer may strike the right chord in the industry with his very first cut... Read More
by Pedro Capo
As he ventures off on a solo career, this Latin pop singer is the third generation in his family to find success in music... Read More
Here are stories about people, places, or things we care about.
Each month, the staff at the Audio File recommends three concerts touring the country and perfect for experiencing with Etymotic high fidelity ear plugs. Great live music never sounded so good. Here are our picks for August 2014. If you like the videos, forward this to a friend and go to a show!
Dan Auerbach (guitar, vocals) and Patrick Carney (drums) became The Black Keys in 2001. The rock duo recorded independently and self produced their raw blues-rock... Read More »
Dierks Bentley moved to Nashville at 19, but found little support and recognition for his work. Continuing to master his craft on his demos, he... Read More »