Nine Inch Nails is the latest band to distribute its music online without a label, offering a 36-track album in multiple digital and physical formats.
With reports that 95 percent of all digital-music downloads are unauthorized, free copies, David Carnoy asks the question: how much are people actually willing to pay to go the legal route for acquiring music?
Filmmaker plans to premiere his latest documentary exclusively on the Internet for free, forgoing the traditional theatrical release.
There's no such thing as a free lunch, but there is a free album. Nine Inch Nails have just released their new album The Slip completely free -- "This one's on me," says Trent Reznor
NIN releases two records in two months, Beck plans to release his next album with no advance marketing hype, and the Cure will release 13 singles in 13 months.
Band's last album cost $5 online; this one, as a thank-you to fans, doesn't cost a cent.
Lead singer Thom Yorke tells The Hollywood Reporter that the promotion was a "one off."
Trent Reznor, regarded as one of the music world's leading Web innovators, releases digital album, Ghosts I-IV, over the Web.
Nine Inch Nails leader slams Radiohead's ground-breaking promotion for being a "very traditional record sale."
This is how recorded music can, should, and inevitably will be sold.