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VHS or Beta “Breaking Bones” Video

VHS or Beta “Breaking Bones” from Graham Hill on Vimeo.

VHS or Beta are back. They will be performing live again, so keep any eye out for them. In the meantime, you might enjoy this rather saucy video for ‘Breaking Bones’ from their new album..

Director: Graham Hill
Director of Photography: Zak Mulligan
Makeup Artist: Claudia Lake
Stylist: Devan Markiewicz
Design: Andrew Bernet, Graham Hill
Animation: Daniel Pernikoff, Ben Gabelman
Colorist: Seth Ricart

Female …

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Ursula 1000:: Mondo Beyondo

Ursula 1000:: Mondo Beyondo from ESL Music on Vimeo.

Always out of step with the zeitgeist, Ursula 1000 seems to enjoy his fringe status… but the guy is so talented that it is a little frustrating his music does not get the attention it deserves. This track however is so catchy and irresistible that recognition is guaranteed (at the very least, you will inevitably find yourself dancing to it wasted in some dingy bar …

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Cory Doctorow

I am not in a position or qualified to write anything meaningful about Cory Doctorow other than my humble opinion, which is “This guys gets it !”

He understands what is happening in the ‘online world’ relative to IP, Content, copyright, law, and the future of the Web and the Internet.

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Cory Doctorow  is a science fiction novelist, blogger and technology activist. He is the co-editor of the popular weblog Boing Boing (boingboing.net), and …

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Gilberto Gil

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Gilberto Gil

Signon Sandiego

For decades a champion of technology, the singer has invited the public to record and broadcast his music over the Internet when he performs at the club. He also will have a camera crew film the concert and later post it online. During his North American tour he will be promoting his latest album “Banda Larga Cordel” (“Broadband Cordel”), featuring plenty of MPB (musica popular brasileira).

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Gil sings with his

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Online Music – the changing and coverging forces.

I have returned to this music blog – I have been neglecting it an many of my other sites.  I follow the music industry quite closely – ans have fo a while.  So I have decided to relite this and other site to post issues that interest me in the online music scene.

I built this site more as a device and a test bed, but now that it has been index well in the …

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Mike Masnick on Techdirt Nails it !

Been following TechDirt for a few years now, and I believe he is square on the money on this one !

Techdirt founder Mike Masnick has followed the twists and turns of the digital music debate for more than a decade, offering some of the most prescient and lucid information and arguments on the topic anywhere. Today he tackles growing calls for a voluntary music-licensing scheme, pushed most recently by Warner Music Group to universities,

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Maurice Peterson, Starcatcher at Rumpy’s, Lenox Mass

STAR CATCHER
my true adverntures with the stars
and the songs they sing
part two

Don’t miss this return engagement of last year’s Standing Room Only hit!
Maurice Peterson tells more juicy stories of his personal encounters with the superstars
including Cher, Barbra Streisand, Robert Redford, Lionel Hampton, Lisa Left Eye, Eartha Kitt, Joan Collins, Beyoncé and more A-list celebrities,
and sings the songs they made famous.
featuring special guest stars: Berkshire Idol winner, Catie …

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The RIAA-Systematic thievery-Simon Napier-Bell

The life and crimes of the music biz

Life and times: Simon Napier-Bell

The record industry is careering towards meltdown. A good thing too, says Simon Napier-Bell, after 40 years of working with its most notorious moguls:

Everyone had the same story. ‘Systematic thievery,’ said the Dixie Chicks in their writ against Sony. ‘Intentionally fraudulent,’ claimed US music lawyer Don Engel.”

“For 50 years the major labels have thought of themselves as guardians of the …

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