- Apple deleted songs from customers' iPods
Story from CNN Money.
- Viscerally facing up to Ferguson
Story from NY Times.
- Billy Bragg: The pleasure of playing with Ian McLagan
Post from The Guardian. ...
This session - which included Bob Mould, Britt Daniel, Steve Wynn and Matthew Caws joined by newcomer Jeremy Messersmith - gives us insight into the creative process of some of rock’s most prolific musicians.
After a 10-year hiatus, Dante Spinetta and Emmanuel Horvilleur reunited in 2011 to bring back Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas. The Argentine duo lay out funky hip-hop tracks that have earned them lots of attention since their debut in 1991.
Last year they stopped by SXSW for a few shows...
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- Ian McLagan dies
Obituary from NY Times.
- Were iTunes updates really an anti-consumer scheme?
Post from Ars Technica.
- Music industry sues Chrysler, Mitsubishi over in-car recording devices
Story from Billboard. ...
It is with great sadness that we've learned that Ian McLagan has died. Known to friends and fans alike as “Mac,” he suffered a massive stroke and passed away surrounded by close friends this afternoon here in Austin.
Born in England in 1945, McLagan joined the Small Faces as their...
Up until recent years, the channels for royalty revenue have been few and relatively large. As music download and physical sales continue to decline, so do the royalty payments that come as a result of those sales, leaving several different streaming services to make up the difference.
But how can...