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Two distinct types of music lovers are buying LPs in numbers not seen since the 1990s.
Crave reviews We Live in Public, a new documentary on dotcom self-destruction, exhibitionism and the greatest Internet pioneer you've never heard of
After what seems like an eternity, an awesome free streaming-music service has come along. But will it be taken away just as quickly as it's stumbled into one reporter's life?
In an England swamped in punk and new wave variants, Oasis' Britpop now borders on adult--which isn't to say it's stodgy. Download a free MP3 of "Falling Down (Chemical Brothers remix)" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
Their new album ramps up the winning post-Floyd motif with a consciously intergalactic vibe, played out as excellent psychedelia. Download a free MP3 of "The World The People Together (Come On)" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
U.K. indie-styled rockers give a nod to a tradition of melodic crooning and gritty guitars and the result is the enticing sound of Futureheads. Download a free MP3 of "Broke Up the Time" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
A graphic designer who's done some work in the music industry has posted a 6,000-word diatribe bemoaning the death of Oink and predicting (and encouraging) the death of the major-label system. So what would actually happen?
A BritPop band has decided to go 100% digital...with a strategy that smacks of open source.
We've just gotten our hands on a USB guitar from the good people at iwantoneofthose.com -- needless to say, we plugged it straight in and cranked the volume up to 11...
We've fallen in love with this thing