Daft Punk retains top spot
Chart watch from Billboard.
Jack White pays back taxes to save Detroit's Masonic Temple
Story from Detroit Free Press.
After abandoning CDs, music is dull
Commentary from The Guardian.
BMI sues small bars
Story from TMZ.
The Eiffel Tower as instrument
Story from NY Times.
A drums-only supergroup emerges
Post from Sterogum.
Beck planning two new albums
Item from Rolling Stone.
The SXSW® Music and Media Conference is back for its 27th year. Our reputation as the biggest and most anticipated convergence of all things music is being kept alive by our continued effort to offer compelling daytime programming and stellar nighttime showcases.
Apple's iAd refocused on streaming radio service
Post from TechCrunch.
20 great albums you can legally download for free right now
Post from Flavorwire.
Maxwells to close
Story from The Star-Ledger.
Fan from Miguel's Billboard awards show claims head injury
Story from MTV.
Checking in with Richard Hell
Interview from Buzzfeed.
The influence of the community on the pluralist generation and its music consumption
Post from Music Think Tank.
Written by Dempsey Jones
Amongst our latest music additions here on SXSWfm, we have recommendations from YOU, our listeners.
Our first recommendations we will be highlighting are from Canadian duo Tegan and Sarah, and South Africa’s Tidal Wave.
From Tegan and Sara’s 2009 album, Sainthood, we have “North Shore.” Tegan and Sara had 3 showcases at SXSW 2013, and they recently released their much-awaited album, Hearthrob, this past January.
photos by Amy Putnam Ellinger
This March, a panel discussion led by Scott Reilly (x5 Music Group) delved into the increasingly-crucial world of digital streaming services and the artist's relationship to these services and emerging revenue streams. Hear first-hand how Reilly, DJ/Producer Trevor Skeet, TuneCore Founder Jeff Price, and BigChampagne Founder Eric Garland suggest artists use, interact and profit from these digital music services.
New! 2014 dates!
Interactive: March 7–11
Film: March 7–15
Music: March 11–16
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