Almost ten years ago, Neil Young released his music player device called Pono. His mission was to release a device that gave you the fullest, crystal clear audio that was available and bring it to a portable device.
Today’s rock music sucks. It may be easy to blame music videos disappearing from MTV or the fact that people don’t listen to the radio anymore. It may also be easy to blame technology and the fact that Napster killed the record industry in the late 1990s. All of those things are symptoms of a
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