Matt Samet questions the effectiveness of radio censorship.
Matt Samet looks at how artists succeed and fail at reinterpreting classic songs.
A look at the ever growing influence of dubstep and its appearance in the #1 hit "Hold It Against Me" by Britney Spears.
Disney should rethink the way they market their new generation of pop princesses.
The morality of illegal music downloading may be more complicated than we think.
Sometimes, beat-recycling and trademark identifiers in music can be excessive and obvious, but maybe that's because they work.
Movie soundtracks used to be wildly popular, but why have they lately been lackluster?
Many musicians these days seem to depend on samples, but do they all owe it to Vanilla Ice and "Ice Ice Baby?"
It seems to happen over and over again, that international musicians won't be recognized in the U.S. until long after they gain success internationally. Matt Samet laments the U.S.'s music closed-mindedness and writes about why this is so.