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  • Sony to end Music Unlimited service, teams up with Spotify

    Sony to end Music Unlimited service, teams up with Spotify
    Sony will shut down its Music Unlimited digital subscription service and debut a Spotify-powered music service to its 64 million PlayStation Network users, the company announced Wednesday.
  • Amazon launches WorkMail, an email hosting service for businesses

    Amazon launches WorkMail, an email hosting service for businesses
    Amazon Inc. plans to sell email technology to businesses beginning later this year as it tries to keep pace with competitors in the cloud computing industry. Besides selling books, groceries and gadgets, Amazon operates stacks of computers around the...

    Aphex Twin streams new EP 'Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments 2'

    Aphex Twin streams new EP 'Computer Controlled Acoustic Instruments 2'
    It's a wonderful time to be an Aphex Twin fan. Until last year, the long-hibernating electronic composer/producer born Richard D. James hadn't released new music since the mid-'00s. Then in 2014 he delivered a return-to-his-people record, "Syro," that...

    Mystery surrounding George Ezra and other foreign singers fuels buzz

    Mystery surrounding George Ezra and other foreign singers fuels buzz
    The music video for George Ezra's song "Budapest" opens on an overhead shot of a group of people standing in a dimly lighted space. Most of them are facing the same direction, as though they're watching somebody perform. Because this is his video, your...

    'Culture Crash' examines the crisis in the creative industry

    'Culture Crash' examines the crisis in the creative industry
    Scott Timberg believes America's creative class is being destroyed by what he calls today's "winner-take-all" economy. Backing his argument with an avalanche of empirical evidence from across the music, publishing, newspaper, movie and architecture...