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Bunbury Rocks, Def Lep Rewinds and Macca/Boss Cut Short

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 18, 2012
The first ever Bunbury Music Festival draws tens of thousands to Cincinnati's riverfront for three days of great times and even better music. Plus, Joe Elliott says Def Leppard will be joining iTunes soon finally — after the band re-records all of its old songs so they can receive all the profits — and one of the jerks responsible for pulling the plug on Bruce Springsteen/Paul McCartney defends the decision and jerkishly says it "added legend to the myth."  

Jack White, Bootleg Ring and Megadeath

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 3, 2012
In March, according to Rolling Stone, Jack White celebrated his label Third Man Records’ third anniversary by giving away all of the label’s “Blue Series” singles on an “easy to play but impossible to hear” vinyl record designed to be “played” at 3 rpm.  

Cincinnati vs. The World

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 14, 2012
A group of pranksters created a fake Twitter account claiming to be the official Cat Fancy magazine, garnering more than 9,000 followers. Sample tweets: “cats blowing lines of Ritalin at 5 in the morning and stressing about the universe expanding” and “cat hell is full.” The account has since been suspended for trademark violation. World +1  

Gingrinch, Facebook and the Super Bowl

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Newt Gingrinch has commandeered the bafflingly popular trend of conservative politicians using songs in their campaigns by musicians who would rather have their music soundtrack snuff films. First, British Funk/Rock group The Heavy found out its hit “How You Like Me Now?”  

Gaga, iTunes and Suing Zombies

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Somebody sure wanted a blockbuster No. 1 opening weekend for their new album. Along with the months-long promotional lead-up to Lady Gaga’s Born This Way album, sales for the release received an extra boost when Amazon made it available for 99 cents.  

Blunts, Jobs and Guns

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 17, 2010
What happens when a Beatles fan controls the most influential music outlet in the world and its high-powered marketing arm? Well, nothing good. After weeks of hype and rumored cloud-computing advancements to iTunes, Ringo-lover Steve Jobs announced today that The Beatles' catalog is now on iTunes. Meh.  

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