Dropping Off The Beat (Forbes)
MS: "If you want to innovate in the music business today ... either you are illegal, in a gray zone or you don’t do it because you don’t get to do what you have to do to please the user," Leonhard said Thursday.
"Everything that’s cool is forbidden," he added, arguing, for instance, that the major labels oppose services that allow users to share music without permission, even though doing so could potentially expand the audience for the music.
How to save the record label (maybe) (CNN Money)
MS: "The kids can steal our music and I can still get paid," says Spank Rock. "God bless RCRD LBL, and God bless the Internet."
Radiohead: 'We won't play Glastonbury because of environmental issues' (NME)
MS: “What we’re trying to do now is only play in areas that have a public transport infrastructure in place,” he told The Sun. “So that rules out Glastonbury for this year. Maybe we can work out a plan for the future. They’re probably sick of the sight of us anyway.”
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