The Future of Music in Space with Doug Helvering

What is the future of music in space, as humanity moves out to the planets and beyond? We talk with Doug Helvering, host of The Daily Doug

From the earliest rhythmic beats made by our distant human ancestors to independent musicians now pushing the limits of music on YouTube channels, music…

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