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Many musicians may take issue with streaming, but at least one music company shouldn't have any qualms with the format. Warner Music Group reported today that streaming is its recorded music business' largest revenue source.
With the release of new album Boxes, John Rzeznik of Goo Goo Dolls called Digital Trends to discuss incorporating electronic dance music, the pros and cons of streaming, ugly babies, and short song titles.
British rockers Radiohead have officially announced a release date for their upcoming ninth studio album, as well as put out the second single from the record with a video from director Paul Thomas Anderson.
James Pinkstone, an Atlanta-based composer, claims Apple's iTunes has deleted his locally-stored tracks, in favor of placing them strictly in the cloud. 9to5Mac's Ben Lovejoy has made a similar claim, sparking a debate about who's to blame.
Pink Floyd's entire back catalog will be reissued on vinyl, starting this spring with the group's first four albums, from 1967's The Piper at the Gates of Dawn to 1969's Ummagumma, with the rest of the catalog to follow.
High-resolution audio players are becoming more and more prevalent, but so far, labels have been slow to offer music to play on them. Now Warner Music Group has signed a deal with MQA to offer music downloads in hi-res format.
Streaming music services are already one of the best options for students looking for a lot of music for not much money, but Apple Music just became a more attractive option, offering students half off the normal monthly fee.
You can't always get what you want, Mister Trump. The Rolling Stones have become the latest artist to tell the GOP's presumptive presidential nominee to stop using their music at his campaign rallies, joining Adele, REM, and others.