Music Journals, Music Magazines, Music Newspapers and Music Periodicals Beginning With C
Cambridge Early Music History - Early Music History is devoted to the study of music from the early Middle Ages to the end of the seventeenth century. It gives preference to studies pursuing interdisciplinary approaches and to those developing new methodological ideas. The scope is broad and includes manuscript studies, textual criticism, iconography, studies of the relationship between words and music, and the relationship between music and society.
Cambridge Opera Journal - Containing lively and provocative essays, Cambridge Opera Journal has a well-established reputation for publishing first-rate scholarship on opera in all its manifestations. The Journal not only contains material on all aspects of the European canon, it has now widened its scope to publish high-quality essays on American opera and musical theatre, on non-Western music theatres, on contemporary works. Carefully researched and often illustrated with music examples and pictures, articles adopt a wide spectrum of critical approaches. As well as major articles, each issue generally includes reviews of recent publications of importance in the field.
Canadian Musician - Canada's magazine for professional and amateur musicians. Published since 1979, the magazine covers prominent Canadian artists, the latest gear, technique and the business of music. Published bi-monthly, Canadian Musician features regular columns on Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion, Brass, Woodwinds, Vocal, MIDI, Business, Songwriting, Live Sound, Recording and On-Line Music. Also included are classified ads, opportunities for musicians, new releases and new products.
Canadian Music Trade Magazine - CMT helps professionals in Canada's musical products industry stay up-to-date with the market - from the latest products and technologies to industry news, important trends, business opportunities and more. They keep their readers informed with business-building features, company and personnel profiles, event overviews, endorsement updates, classified advertising and more in our print, online and digital versions.
CCM Magazine - CCM Magazine was founded in 1978 in the middle of the Jesus music movement and was a print magazine that was published monthly until May 2008. Since 2008 the CCM brand has continued to cover all forms of Christian music online. CCM provides news on Christian music artists and the CCM industry to fans, as well as extensive coverage of new artists, new music and releases, artist video interviews and song performances for fans of Christian music.
The Celebrity Cafe - The Celebrity Cafe has spent over 23 years reporting unbiased and engaging news about the entertainment industry. From Youtube A-listers and gaming personalities to movie stars, athletes, musicians and chefs, they report the news, offer comprehensive lists, book, movie and music reviews, as well as interviews and exclusive guest columns. Their goal is to provide the news in such a way that their readers can have an educated and stimulating view into the lives and actions of the world's most celebrated people.
Chamber Music Magazine - Chamber Music is the only national magazine dedicated to the art and business of small ensemble music.
Chaos Control Digizine - Chaos Control is a pioneering electronic magazine that has been online since 1993. While focusing primarily on electronic music, it also covers other styles and topics.
Chicago Innerview - Chicago's live music source since 2003, Chicago INNERVIEW Magazine is a full-service print and online publication focusing on live music and festivals in Chicago as well as industry news and local events. "Know Before the Show."
Clash Music - Clash Music is a dynamic independent media group with established platforms in both print and digital media, with a diverse Live calendar that includes festivals, international music events and bespoke events organised for brands. The group encompasses Clash Magazine, ClashMusic.com and Clash Live Events.
Classic Rock - British magazine dedicated to rock music that focuses on established bands with credentials dating back to the 1960s.
Classica - French classical music magazine.
Classical Music Magazine - A one-stop hub for the classical music industry, providing news, opinion, resources and practical advice for music professionals and all those with an interest in the world of classical music, from practitioners to managers and service providers. Our digital offering includes daily news updates from our in-house editorial team, regular commentary from specialist contributors, and advice and analysis from respected figures in the music industry and beyond.
Complete Music Update - Music news service and website aimed at people working in the UK music business and music media. It primarily provides news and information about the music business, music media and music world.
Computer Music - Computer Music is the world's best-selling subscriber magazine that's fully dedicated to making music with your PC or Mac. With every issue the Computer Music team brings you the very best in tuition, reviews, news and features, fuelling your creativity and keeping you inspired and informed on your journey from hobbyist to accomplished computer-based music producer. A subscription provides you with the crucial tutorials, video masterclasses, software insights and pro-producer studio sessions that all desktop music-makers need to go from beginner-level to seasoned professional.
Computer Music Journal - Published continuously since 1977, Computer Music Journal (CMJ) is a quarterly journal that covers a wide range of topics related to digital audio signal processing and electroacoustic music. It is published (in hard copy and on-line) by MIT Press.
Consequence - The missing link between mainstream pop culture and the underground. Over the past years, the New York-based online publication has accrued a devoted readership in the millions for its reliability, precision, and character with regards to music, television, and film.
The Country Daily - Exclusive interviews, up-to-date news, videos and podcasts for country music fans across the globe.
Country Standard Time - Country Standard Time is devoted to covering country, bluegrass, roots/Americana and rockabilly music through insightful features, news that matters, comprehensive CD, concert and book reviews, opinion pieces, editorials, and more. What started as a regional publication has become an eZine read by country music fans everywhere.
Crawdaddy Archives - In 1966, a Swarthmore College student named Paul Williams launched the world's first serious rock 'n' roll magazine. Crawdaddy preceded both Rolling Stone and Creem, providing a fertile training ground for several legendary rock journalists-including Jon Landau, Sandy Pearlman, Richard Meltzer and Peter Knobler-and proving that readers were hungry for rock music to get the intelligent analysis it deserved. You can find the archives of the earliest issues of Crawdaddy here, where they seek to continue the tradition Williams started all those years ago. You can also purchase back issues of Crawdaddy here.
Cure - Japanese rock music and fashion magazine published monthly. It features the latest visual kei bands as well as fashion and styling tips. It also has the latest news and trends on the visual kei music scene.
Current Musicology - Current Musicology is a leading open access journal for scholarly research on music. They publish articles and book reviews in the fields of historical musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and philosophy of music. All content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. Since 2018, authors retain their copyright and agree to license their articles with a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 license.
Cyclic Defrost - an online magazine that covers interesting music. Whether its independent electronic music, avant-rock, experimental sound art, leftfield hip hop and everything in between that’s fine. If it’s weird and wonderful, strange and new you will find it here.