Posts Tagged ‘Definitive Jux’

The Future of Music Summit, Summarized

How do you catch Craig Finn, Damian Kulash, and T. Bone Burnett all in the same day without getting overpowered by the B.O. of thousands of sweaty music-fest attendees? You put on your sport coat, grab your laptop, and head to The Future of Music Coalition's annual summit in D.C., of course. At least, that's [...]

Free & Legal Music From Definitive Jux, Pimalia, Ropeadope, Nuclear Blast, Alive, Arts & Crafts

Amazon posted another round of free label samplers this week, which range from jazz, dub, rockabilly,  metal, and hip-hop, to indie rock and pop.
Click on the label name to go straight to the free download page.*

DRM Is Dead, but Watermarks Will Live Forever

The former opinion comes straight from the RIAA, the latter is mine.
In a piece that we published today, I interviewed executives from Sub Pop, Definitive Jux, and Nasty Little Man, and music writers Jessica Hopper and Douglas Wolk about the state of music reviewing and copyright protections.
If you've never reviewed a copyright-protected promo, imagine the [...]