One day, every song ever recorded will fit into your pocket -- but will you listen to any of them?
Maybe the next generation won't even play instruments. Clapton and Hendrix? So passé.
Ten reasons Ween is better than your favorite band
Blue Note Records moves north and burrows in
Ben Folds reemerges and hits the road with John Mayer
Collateral Damage Is Forever
Kip Winger lashes out at Metallica finally
What About Next Time?
Between hard rock and a safe place, Metallica finds itself
The music industry's ongoing problems continue to affect the local dance community
Searching the cultural ghetto for a clean, well-lighted place for books
Plagiarythm Nation (Evolution Controlled Creations/Seeland)
The Italian Job, a remake better than the original, is a steal
Chris Blackwell moves into the digi-web-world-global-video age
Electric Skychurch falls back into techno's good graces
No matter what the RIAA says, we won't stop burning
The music industry says online piracy's killing the biz. A UTD prof says it ain't.
Or: How Mark Cuban would have--and could have?--saved the music biz
Applying acoustic salve to the sting of tears with Dashboard Confessional
Blur: The Best Of (Virgin Records)
Chocolate Fuckin' Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water (Interscope Records)
Can one man convince millions of people to pay for their "free" music?
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