Start the madness
Step away from those chords
Getting the cream for free
This time, it's personal: Our look back at an intimate year in music.
Enon's art-rock draws on the simpler technology and consumerism of a generation ago
Burton Barr Central Library
The record industry thinks I'm a criminal. Here's the evidence.
Fleetwood Mac remains a troubled, resilient love affair
Two local promoters come together; Kazaa cooks up response to the majors
Proposed legislation by the U.S. Senate aims to deter the spreading radio empire. Good luck.
The music industry says online piracy's killing the biz. A UTD prof says it ain't.
Or: How Mark Cuban would have and could have saved the music biz
Victims in Ecstacy completes its new CD, and breaks up at the same time
At SXSW, it's all about the buzz, not the Buzz Band
A valley junior college administrator is becoming an unlikely force in the national latin music movement
Can one man persuade millions of people to pay for their 'free' music?
Can one man convince millions of people to pay for their 'free' music?
VH1 vice president's novel about the music business mourns an era just since passed
Music, money and mayhem clog MP3 download sites
For 25 years, Bug Music has protected the rights of songwriters. In the process, they've gotten Willie Dixon's songs back from Led Zeppelin and transformed Iggy Pop into a TV-commercial composer.
More than 30 years later, Smile remains the subject of so much mystery
Wondermeat's Will Nerini and Eric Long have seen the future of Phoenix rock, and it's downloadable
The Entertainment Monitor sticks its nose in the music business