Taylor Swift cleverly teased the premier of her Bad Blood music video at the Billboard Music Awards with a series of Sin City-style posters.
Two-thirds of live entertainment seekers said they used mobile to help plan trips to shows at least sometimes, with more than one-quarter saying they always used it.
This infographic from speaker company Sonos is a guide to choose the best tunes to listen to at work based on your job type.
This painting was commissioned by a Japanese stereo company with the only instructions to Frank Frazetta being, Paint Sound.
Three infographics break down the instrumentation of The Beatles’ songs in amazing detail & given the breadth of The Beatles Oeuvre, separated into 3 volumes.
A Redditor took some data from the RIAA’s list of the 250 top-selling musicians in the US and used it to label each state according to the most popular bands.
Black Sabbath used a nostalgic marketing tactic in a Facebook ad to promote the fact that their first eight albums are now available on iTunes.
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.
This beautiful infographic illustrates how acoustic guitars work.
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.