And it's happening where it belongs: online.
Electronic Robin Hoods claim music file-swapping is an act of civil disobedience
How can you steal music you can't even buy?
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Is the online music store the Apple of digital music's eye? It should be.
For Fleetwood Mac, making music remains a troubled love affair
At SXSW, you couldn't hear the bad news over all that music
The music industry says online piracy's killing the biz. A UTD prof says it ain't.
With Napster six feet under, the RIAA now wants to hang the Internet DJ
Or: How Mark Cuban would have--and could have?--saved the music biz
At SXSW, it's all about the buzz, not the Buzz Band
The record industry counters piracy in the courts and on CDs. But has it gone too far?
The record industry crippled Napster with litigation. But has it made things worse for itself?
Jenny Toomey tries to figure out the future of music--for herself and everyone else
N'Dambi doesn't need a record label. She just needs you to listen.
Can one man convince millions of people to pay for their "free" music?
After six years, The Toadies' new album is finally finished, and it's good. So why isn't it out yet?
One of the few jazz labels that matters, Leaning House Records, calls it quits
VH1 vice president's novel about the music business mourns an era just since passed
Soul slinger Johnnie Taylor is finally reunited with Sam Cooke, unfortunately
For 25 years, Bug Music has protected the rights of songwriters. In the process, it's gotten Willie Dixon's songs back from Led Zeppelin and transformed Iggy Pop into a TV commercial composer.
A guide to music on the Web that the RIAA isn't worried about
More than 30 years later, Smile remains the subject of so much mystery
Local talent scout Teresa LaBarbera-Whites discovered singing sensation Jessica Simpson the way she always does: without even trying
No, the Toadies haven't broken up. They're just taking their own sweet time
Wars between the electronics giants are killing Dallas' independent music stores
Some of the best records are the ones never released
Two decades after stardom, John Nitzinger tries to prove he ain't "D.O.A."