More news during the tinnitus hiatus.Read More
DRM bad, classic rock vastly better.Read More
As usual, the comments on an article on why feminism is needed in the music industry demonstrate why feminism is needed in the music industry.Read More
More ongoing thrills.Read More
“For the rabbits!” Lennie shouted.
“For the rabbits,” George repeated.
Licensing is hard. Why not use some bulk filler instead.
(sex, uh, sex uh, crime, cry cry cry cry crime, crime)Read More
And some notes on yesterday’s ridiculously popular post.Read More
assorted bile and horrorRead More
WATER LEVEL (that everyone hates)Read More
3D technology has been the next big thing for only the last sixty years. It offers amazing improvements over ordinary moving images: darkness, muddier colours, blurriness, headaches from watching for more than twenty minutes and slower action sequences so the viewer doesn’t bring up their last meal.Read More
News from the world of “you thought you bought the thing we sold you? Think again, pirate scum!“Read More
Averaging one studio album every three years, the classic math rockers, 65daysofstatic are right on time with their latest release, the official soundtrack to the video game No Man’s Sky.Read More
This week’s bit of Wikipedia: Space Invaders (Player One song). A disco novelty hit from Russell Brown and Bruce Dunlop, Australian #3 in 1980Read More
Cry moar, n00b. Activision has cancelled the whole Guitar Hero franchise. Harmonix, creator of its main competitor Rock Band, was sold off, and MTVRead More
From Cracked: The 5 Most Absurd Video Games Starring Rock Stars. It starts with the Frankie Goes To Hollywood game and actually gets worse.Read More
Charles Arthur from the Guardian nails music industry bollocks to a wall. The article is worth reading (the data was quite interesting to gather),Read More
Today’s Penny Arcade.Read More
It must be INTARWEB PIRATES, not games being set to outsell CDs and DVDs put together by next year. Not that I plan toRead More
Music is too fragmented for anti-DRM campaigns to do much. Games are much more hit-oriented. So Spore is having the crap beaten out ofRead More
Cliff Harris from small game company Positech asked why people pirate his games. In what could be a shining example to anyone in musicRead More
I must have grown up in an era of instruments. When did music from ’80s home computers become a genre? With its own wikisRead More
review by Jon This evening I had the misfortune to pay $11.00 for the privilege of seeing Final Fantasy. For a totally computer generatedRead More