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Lee Hazlewood RIP – obituary from The Guardian Prospect magazine takes a look at pop-onomics in its current issue. Could the wisdom (and wallets) of crowds be the new way forward for the music business? The Sunday Times looks at …

Tue, Aug 7, 2007, 09:15

   

Lee Hazlewood RIP – obituary from The Guardian

Prospect magazine takes a look at pop-onomics in its current issue.

Could the wisdom (and wallets) of crowds be the new way forward for the music business? The Sunday Times looks at two web ventures looking to fans for seed capital.

The life and times of hip-hop producer Dave “Disco D” Shayman from The Village Voice.

The birth of Christian Rock – Slate magazine pictures the scene.

The human brain’s activity shifts along with music’s changing moods, a new study shows according to The Washington Post.

Despite labels’ efforts to keep new music under wraps, it’s no longer a question of if an album will appear online before its official release date, but rather when and how. Spin comes up with timelines and explanations. (Link via Nialler9)

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