ECHO CHAMBER 5.25.120
ECHO CHAMBER culls a handful of the week’s news stories which are relevant to the SAE family.
Enjoy this week’s links:
“Radiohead’s ‘Kid A’ and ‘OK Computer’ Composed as 8-Bit Video Game Songs” (via IO9)
“Tim McGraw Announces New Label Home” (via THE BOOT)
“Supreme Court Won’t Reduce Student’s $675,000 Illegal Download Fine” (via SPINNER)
“Pete Rock and Lupe Fiasco Spat Over ‘T.R.O.Y.’ Beat” (via EGOTRIPLAND)
“Brooklyn Residents to Rename Park After MCA” (via BILLBOARD)
“Google Doodle Features Moog Synth for Robert Moog’s Birthday” (via MASHABLE)
“Sony Music Entertainment Largest Record Label in the World… for Now” (via DIGITAL MUSIC NEWS)
“Beck to Release New Single on Jack White’s Record Label” (via PITCHFORK)
“D’Angelo Does First Interview in 12 Years With GQ’s Amy Wallace” (via GQ)
“Hip-Hop Hall of Fame Finds Midtown Home” (via NBCNY)
“‘Batman: Arkham City’ Voice Actors Behind-the-Scenes Video” (via POPWATCH)
“RIAA Sues Defunct Limewire for ‘Absurd’ Figure of $72 Trillion, 15% More Than World’s Total Currency” (via UPROXX)
“FLYM Speakers Feature Slim, Foldable, Attractive Design” (via DESIGN MILK)
“Op-Ed: Music Streaming Sites Need to Give More Credit to Performers, Producers & Engineers” (via TAPE OP)
Song for Your Weekend: ”Now That We Found Love” by Heavy D & The Boyz: a tribute to the late legend, who would have been 45 yesterday.
Have a great weekend, everyone.