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Gotta love The Record Company!    Click here for a free download!

Gotta love The Record Company! Click here for a free download!

Promo album cover: New Wave rock n roll... 1977, Sire Records...

Promo album cover: New Wave rock n roll.

The Melvins ARE pretty awesome...50 shows in 51 days?!

The Melvins ARE pretty shows in 51 days?

DBEATE: Are Music Fans Still Being Left Out of the Conversation?  As involved in the music industry discussion we like to consider ourselves, too often the dialogue aims at the worries and ailments for musicians and record labels, and as Hypebot points out, music fans need to be considered too. After all, they are the ones buying the music, t-shirts and concert tickets. So what’s the deal?  The truth is, like any industry, the ones with profits at stake tend to get too involved in their own

DBEATE: Are Music Fans Still Being Left Out of the Conversation? As involved in the music industry discussion we like to consider ourselves, too often the dialogue aims at the worries and ailments for.

Record Store Day's Oddest Releases: the Good, the Bad, and the Huh?

Record Store Day’s Oddest Releases: the Good, the Bad, and the Huh?

Record Store Day's Oddest Releases: the Good, the Bad, and the Huh?

Taking a look at a new, ad-less social network with Social Media Specialist Andy Sternberg.

I talk about the new ad-free social network Ello with Rich DeMuro on KTLA Morning News

Three weeks prior to the April 24 release of his debut album Blunderbuss (Third Man Records/Columbia), Third Man Records has premiered the as yet unreleased Jack White album track "Freedom at 21" exclusively via 1000 flexi-disc records attached to helium balloons launched from the label headquarters in Nashville on April 1st, 2012.

Video: Releasing the Jack White flexi from the Third Man Nashville headquarters.

Steve Jobs: Upon hearing news that former Apple CEO Steve Jobs had died, TIME magazine stopped its presses for the 1st time in 30 years to honor the  visionary, Jobs, on its cover (for the 8th time) + a lengthy article about him.

Time Magazine Stopped the Presses To Honor Steve Jobs on its Cover

Steve Jobs: Upon hearing news that former Apple CEO Steve Jobs had died, TIME magazine stopped its presses for the time in 30 years to honor the visionary, Jobs, on its cover (for the time) + lengthy article about him.

fast fuse / Chris Pizzello

Coachella 2012

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