Traditional radio could be on the way out. But it’s definitely taking the long way. From Quartz: Streaming hasn’t killed the radio star.

+ Gizmodo: Don’t buy what Neil Young is selling. And Stereogum: Overpay for all your favorite classic rock records at the Pono store. I’m at the tail-end of a pretty severe audio-related midlife crisis (related: Anyone want to buy some vinyl?) and I’m convinced that the return to Vinyl and the quest for audio excellence has less to do with sound quality and more to do with nostalgia for what listening to music used to be — an often communal activity that required focus and was more than just a soundtrack for whatever else you happened to be doing at the moment.