Tag: radiohead


The Piracy Debate in England

There’s been a lot of talk over the UK government response to illegal file sharing.  The basic premise is that the UK government supports a plan to disconnect users who have been found to be illegally sharing copyrighted files.  First they get a warning, then the eventual step is the ISP stepping it to cut […]


Cadence Weapon vs. Radiohead and Britney Spears gets indie-fied

As part of their ongoing experimentation with Web 2.0, Radiohead is once again hosting a remix competition for a track from In Rainbows.  This time, it’s for the song “Reckoner.”   The band has made each of the song’s component parts, or stems, available for purchase on iTunes.   This allows budding (and established) producers free […]


Radiohead says “No more free music”

We’ve made a pretty big deal about Radiohead’s “pay what you want” scheme when they released In Rainbows.  It was revolutionary, we declared.  We were so proud of having a band show that maybe the major labels were inadequate, and that embracing digital distribution didn’t have to be hard. It could change the music industry! […]

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