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Are you a Canadian Pirate? If you’ve ripped a CD you may be…

There has been lots of news about the new Bill-C61 in Canada. You’d think that this was just to thwart peer-to-peer sharing and bit-torrent activity but it looks like there is a lot more. Have you ever ripped a CD for play on an iPod? I know I’ve only ripped about 250GB of music. I […]

Tunecore.com, In it for the Indies

Attenzione to artists everywhere. Big, small or in between, if you haven’t smelled the stench of the declining sign, seal and sellout record label, its time for a wake up call. In this, the 21st century, draped in online streaming, Do-It-Yourself (DIY) record release and touring days, there are far too many indie success stories […]

Why can’t Supergrass find the love in North America?

Is it just me or does Supergrass seem to be sadly under-rated over here? I’ve been enjoying every one of their albums and yes, they have had 6 albums out now. Life On Other Planets was really a groundbreaking album for the band and Road to Rouen just kept them going on that path. I’ve […]

Rock ‘N’ Roll All Night, Party Every Day Vicariously Through Your Chosen Successors

“I believe that KISS can go on forever. I believe that there is a way — and we are talking to people and we’re pretty close to getting it done — about finding the four new members of KISS.” Brilliant.

Introducing… Editorial Emissions

It’s been a long time coming but Music Emissions is launching a new editorial blog, affectionately known as Editorial Emissions. “But everyone has a blog on this site. Why would you launch an editorial blog?”

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