Breaking: SoundExchange CEO Denies CMRRA Acquisition Rumors

Something seems to be bubbling in Canada.  But according to SoundExchange CEO Michael Huppe, it isn’t an acquisition involving Canadian rights group CMRRA. At Canadian Music Week, SoundExchange’s CEO flatly denied rumors that his agency was planning to acquire Canadian rights group CMRRA.  But he left the door open to other acquisitions and partnerships, some possibly mid-negotiation. But wait: what’s […]

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Ju x Teff Deezy- World Is A Ghetto

Last month, St. Louis talent joined forces to prove real hip hop is still alive with the banger from Ju (@jublackflag), “The World is a Ghetto” featuring @TeffDeezy. Now, the guys are back with the visual to the smooth-flowing record, produced by @JackpotHitz, reminiscent the 90’s golden era hip hop. “The World is a Ghetto” exposes the temptations and evils […]

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ReadyRockDee – Protect My Crown (Dir. by Mojo)

If you still have an appreciation for music with message, top notch metaphors, and that golden era Hip Hop feel, Get familiar with ReadyRockDee! The YONKERS, NY native/BRIDGEPORT, CT representer the Rap Collective “Rowdy City” is focused and on a mission to preserve the Hip-Hop he fell in love with. On this joint “Protect My Crown” he shows f his […]

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Chicago Lawsuit Accuses Bose Of Spying On Users

A lawsuit was filed on April 18, 2017 against headphone manufacturer Bose for allegedly using an app to collect data on consumer’s listening habits and then fering that information to third parties — all done without the knowledge or permission users. The  accuses Bose violating the and several Chicago privacy laws. The complaint further mentions that the scanning  a user’s audio history could potentially provide a […]

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Light In The Attic dig up Japanese folk, city pop and new age rarities

Expect mountains rare disco, new age and city pop. Reissue specialist Light In the Attic has announced a new series exploring Japan’s vast heritage music, from folk and rock to new age, boogie, starry-eyed city pop and groundbreaking electronica. The series will begin with a compilation called Even A Tree Can Shed Tears: Japanese Folk & Rock 1969-1973, which the […]

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7 innovative VST synths for making cutting-edge sounds

It’s possible to get stware versions almost any classic synth. But why go for a vintage sound when there are innovative VST synths being made today? Scott Wilson picks seven the best for making cutting-edge sounds.  We’re currently awash with clones, reissues and emulations vintage synths. It doesn’t matter whether you want a TB-303 replica to make acid house or a cheap Minimoog […]

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Neil Young is lauching a streaming service called Xstream

Still determined to force high fidelity on the world, the vintage rocker switches strategy. Three years after launching Pono Music, the high-quality audio player and download store which has been fline since last July, Neil Young has announced he’s launching a streaming service. Called Xstream, it’s described as “an adaptive streaming service that changes with available bandwidth” for “complete high-resolution […]

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James Blake's dad is releasing a new album

James Litherland is “back ‘n blue”. Serious James Blake fans will know that he comes from a musical family; his dad, James Litherland, has played guitar for the likes Rod Stewart and Jeff Beck, and was a founding member British prog-rock outfit Colosseum. He also wrote the song, ‘Where To Turn’, that formed the basis Blake’s own track ‘The Wilhelm […]

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Fedde Le Grand Reveals Sneaker Collaboration

Fedde Le Grand has just announced that he is leaving his usual creative space and entering the fashion world with his brand new collaboration with footwear brand, Nubikk. The Dutch DJ has helped in creating a limited sneaker that is helping bringing two separate industries together to create a product designed for the crowd. The sneaker features high quality materials […]

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