Web 2.0 darling Muxtape has shut itself down due to a dispute with the RIAA. Little is known about when or if it will return.
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The upload-your-own music mixed-tape service that shuttered itself last year has come back as a new platform for bands to promote their music.
Justin Ouelette, former Vimeo employee who created popular playlist-sharing site and then pulled it after an RIAA complaint, says he will relaunch the site to give indie bands exposure.
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Can Muxtape, Mixwit, and others withstand the kind of scrutiny that the RIAA is sure to cast on them?
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In anticipation of the soon-to-launch service, a giant ad in New York's Times Square displays a "playlist" of Jonas Brothers-approved songs. You'll be able to download them soon.
Some folks in the DJ community feel that there aren't enough legal protections for their chosen career, and are organizing a march in Washington D.C. this weekend.
At least two people have separately come to the conclusion that 2:42 is the perfect length for a song.