For every Tila Tequila and Chris Crocker, who think they can sing just because they have millions of fans on YouTube and MySpace, there’s a small handful of really talented musicians waiting for their moment to shine — and hoping that the Internet will be their gateway to fame.
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First, Robyn brought us her Twitter-centric interactive music video, but Arcade Fire has taken the idea to a completely different level.
Would you be willing to pay a monthly fee to have access to your favorite music wherever you are?
In today’s digital world, it’s becoming more and more common for us to shape our own environments — including the media we consume.
The compelling biography “Pops” argues that Louis Armstrong’s cheerful manner and exultant playing were the man’s essence, not a stage act.
Admit it: You’ve still got LPs, and maybe even some 45s, that you haven’t turned into MP3 files for your iPod or Zune. After all, it’s quite a chore to turn your CDs into digital music files. And LPs? That’s a whole other level of complexity.
In “Just Kids,” punk queen Patti Smith reveals the nuances of her creative relationship with photographer Robert Mapplethorpe in 1970s bohemian New York.
In the awesome “Ode to Merton,” piano star Ben Folds improvises a ChatRoulette session in front of an audience of 2,000.
Twitter and tunes, happy together. With Twisten.FM, you’re able to turn Twitter into a full-fledged tool for music sharing — and discovery.
Want to learn the latest on the music scene—and music deals? Amazon keeps you updated on the latest MP3 deals via daily Twitter updates.