Chris Hadfield is not only the commander of the International Space Station, he was also the first to record a song in space. Now, he’s become the first to record a music video in space — this guy is a hero.
A cover of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” is perhaps [...]Read More »
BitTorrent has been busy this year. First they introduced SoShare in February, BitTorrent Live in March and BitTorrent Surf just last month. Now they’ve announced a new file format called the BitTorrent bundle. I’d try and describe it for you, but it’s probably best if I let the guys behind [...]Read More »
This is probably one of the coolest music-related uses of the browser yet. The Netherlands’ Light Light has a new music video called “Kilo,” and you probably won’t find anywhere else but on its homepage. Why? Because the whole thing just wouldn’t be possible on TV.
Kilo is a browser-based, [...]Read More »
These are the top 20 countries that download torrents the most, and the artists whose songs are most pirated
Musicmetric, which bills itself as “the world’s most powerful artist analytics dashboard”, has recently released some interesting torrent activity data. They have compiled a list that shows the top 20 countries when it comes to downloading torrents. The list also shows the number of downloads in the past six months [...]Read More »
With the advent of digital recording formats (e.g. CD) and the internet, piracy of copyrighted content — particularly music — has become a relatively not uncommon task among the general population. However, it must make you wonder: did people pirate stuff pre-internet, if so how? My guess is “yes, we [...]Read More »
While downloading one song may not feel that serious of a crime, the accumulative impact of millions of songs downloaded illegally – and without any compensation to all the people who helped to create that song and bring it to fans – is devastating.
The above quote is from the [...]Read More »