isoHunt was one of the longest running torrent-related sites. Unlike other sites, isoHunt previously evaded lawsuits by never actually hosting any torrent files, instead aggregating links from various external sites and serving as a search engine.
I’m blissfully out of touch with most of what could be considered modern “pop” music, so I have very little opinion about Lady Gaga, per se, other than the fact that she seems a bit like an insane, overblown hybrid of Madonna and Britney Spears at their peaks. That said, she says some things about… Continue reading Lady Gaga doesn’t care if you steal her stuff as long as you go to her shows
sam rosenthal, of projekt records, is back on his piracy soapbox again. he is asking each and every one of you to do your part to help stop piracy. he breaks the world down into two camps: camp a says: “Music should be free, fuck you for thinking I should pay for your music.” camp a is… Continue reading fighting music piracy one rapidshare file at a time
this post on the uk’s Telegraph shares the results of a recent analysis on where revenue is going. the short answer: it’s what i, and a lot of other people, have been saying for a long time — the big wigs are losing money but, on the whole, individual artists actually benefit from filesharing, even… Continue reading more on the music industry filesharing debate
[audio:LastCaress.mp3] sam rosenthal is a very driven man. he’s built projekt records from the ground up, by himself, starting out as a way to release his own music as black tape for a blue girl. he did this back in the early 80s when starting your own record label was something you didn’t do, and his record… Continue reading the music industry’s last caress