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de Blasio administration releases report on NYC music industry, finds small venues to be at risk

"The reasons for these closures—the rising real estate prices, zoning pressures, increasing operating costs and financial risks, noise complaints, and licensing problems that small venue owners face—are, if anything, more acute and more worrisome today."

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New Music Friday begins this week

As you may know, the worldwide album release day will now be Friday, rather than the previous system where albums came out on Tuesdays in the US, Mondays in the UK, and other days in other countries...

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Album release day officially moving to Friday worldwide

After being talked about for a while, Billboard confirms that Friday will be the global release date for new records starting this summer. It's an amendment to the current system where albums become available at different dates in different countries (the US release day is currently Tuesday)...

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Music industry may move release day to Friday, worldwide

I put together the weekly Upcoming Metal Releases at Invisible Oranges. Not to get too first-world-complain-y, but it can be a pain. With staggered release dates across the world (UK: Mondays, US: Tuesdays, Black metal: DGAF), my Excel tracking sheet ends up looking like a string board on The Wire...

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weekend reading: David Lowery’s response to an NPR intern (on the subject of stealing music)

If you're like me, you've already been sent this article at least ten times, but did you read the whole thing yet? Or the 546 (as of this posting) comments...

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Gene Simmons – sue college kids, Radiohead doesn’t count

Billboard: IT HAS BEEN NINE YEARS SINCE WE'VE SEEN A NEW KISS ALBUM. ANY PLANS TO GET BACK INTO THE STUDIO?

Gene Simmons: The record industry is in such a mess...

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