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L.A. Times Tech BlogFive months after finding LimeWire and its former chief executive liable for inducing users to violate the record companies' copyrights, a federal judge on Tuesday ordered the company to pull the plug on its file-sharing network. Although both sides...
When Elton John stopped in Los Angeles this month on his latest concert tour, he came in with one of the biggest storehouses of hits in pop music history. But instead of diving headlong into his catalog, he and his old friend Leon Russell devoted the...
Brand XThe band: So Many Wizards, an L.A. bedroom project-turned-trio. The sound: Too many cooks may spoil the broth, but the three Wizards perform with Lakers-level teamwork, offering both desperate guitar-pop (the Walkmen-like "Yellowhands") and downcast...
Pop & HissZombies are the new vampires. AMC has scored record ratings for "The Walking Dead" and the ghost of Richard Nixon is being summoned to fight zombies. Zombies are on the march. But Nocando and Nobody aren't followers. The genesis of......
L.A. Times Tech BlogThursday marks another increment in the evolution at eMusic, the online music service that sells discounted MP3s by subscription. CEO Adam Klein announced on the company's blog Wednesday that not only would some 250,000 older titles from Universal Music...
Pop & HissThe late producer J Dillaâs ability to re-oxygenate creaky soul samples is often celebrated as one of his preeminent gifts, but it reflected only a portion of his body of work. Less analyzed but equally important was the legendary beat......
Pop & HissYoung Montana isn't from Montana. He's not a rapper either, which sets him apart from Yung Texas, Yung Mississippi and Yung Florida (who I now know is getting money). Instead, Jon Pritchard hails from Coventry, England, where he was just......
L.A. Times Tech BlogGoogle is rolling out the first upgrade to music search today: semi-exclusive content....
L.A. Times Tech BlogAfter SpiralFrog's collapse and Qtrax's repeated misfires, I'm skeptical about any online music service that says it will give away advertiser-supported downloads. But Guvera, an Australian start-up launched by former advertising executive Claes Loberg,...
L.A. Times Tech BlogThere must be something compelling about the subscription-music business model that the public just hasn't grasped yet. No matter how many companies give up on it because they can't attract enough subscribers, new ones always arrive to try to make it...
Pop & HissMP3tunes.com's Michael Robertson takes another stab at launching digital music locker service for mobile devices....
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