All-time great DJs
Story from CNN.
A look at streaming services as Google enters the fray
Post from Paid Content.
Kanye renounces celebrity status
Item from LA Times.
AC/DC back plans to honor Bon Scott in his hometown
Story from NME.
GIMME THE LOOT
Narrative Competition, 2012
Jonathan Demme presents this feature debut from writer/director Adam Leon. Love and the price of infamy play out as a group of friends run the streets of New York hoping to become the biggest writers in the city. Gimme the Loot won the Grand Jury Prize at last year's fest so this is some quality celluloid, y'all.
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Google Play Music All Acess launches
Story from LA Times.
Will Google Play Music All Access attract users?
Commentary from CNN.
Insomniac's Rotella faces prison sentence in upcoming hearing
Post from Get Lifted Tonght.
Warner Music gets approval to buy Parlaphone
Story from NY Times.
Meeting Ginger Baker: An experience to forget
Post from The Guardian.
iTunes revenue over time in chart form shows strength of content sales
Post from Asymco.
According to Shinyribs’ website, Kevin Russell, also frontman of The Gourds, started Shinyribs “to stretch out as a performer and band leader.” Russell’s solo project has come a long way since it formed in 2008. He just released his second full-length album under the name Shinyribs, Gulf Coast Museum, this past April 16. KUT states that the album is a tour through Russell’s “unique universe, featuring folk ballads, soul struts” and more. Shinyribs is currently on tour in the US and will be performing at the Austin City Limits Music Festival this fall.
Attend the 2014 SXSW Interactive Festival for FREE by getting involved in our scholarship program. Now in its fourth year, this scholarship program leverages the knowledge of the international SXSW community. More specifically, we ask the international community to help us identify some of the non-profit heros from across the United States and around the world who are using digital tools to help empower the less fortunate members of our community. Complete details on the 2014 scholarship program for SXSW Interactive Festival will be announced via this website in early August – stay tuned for complete details here!
One of Australia's most prestigious film events, St Kilda Film Festival celebrates 30 years this year, and we're delighted to report that SXSW Film will be part of the festivities.
Short Film Programmer Claudette Godfrey will be heading to Australia to present 4 programs containing a selection of shorts culled from the last 5 years of SXSW.
Google readies streaming music service
Story from The Verge.
Iovine and Dre donate $70 mil to USC for degree program
Story from NY Times.
Rushmore.fm, a music ecosystem, is decloaking today
Post from Tech Crunch.
Pandora plans to share more airplay data with artists
Story from Billboard.biz.
When Dixie Chicks lead singer Natalie Maines decided to make a solo album, she knew she "didn’t want to make a country record." According to NPR, Mother, which was released last week, is "emphatically not country music." You might recognize a couple of the tracks on the album: "Without You" written by Eddie Vedder, and the title-track, which is a reinterpretation of a Pink Floyd tune from The Wall. Natalie, along with Ben Harper, Courtyard Hounds, and more, will be paying tribute to her father, Lloyd Maines, this Thursday, May 16, at ACL Live right here in Austin.
Mosh pit physics lead to strategies for crowd control
Video from Reuters.
FYF Fest announces lineup
Post from LA Weekly.
Johannesburg venue robbed of Bieber show money
Story from BBC.
Kiss plan to open 100 restaurants
Item from NME.
Warner Music revenue up 8.3% in Q2
Post from FMQB.
Superchunk announce new album 'I Hate Music'
Post from Pitchfork.
Aretha cancels shows under doctor's orders
Item from Yahoo.
New! 2014 dates!
Interactive: March 7–11
Film: March 7–16
Music: March 11–16
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