"I'm never ready to go." - Ryan Adams.
OK, we're all caught up. Look for our review of the recently released Say Hi To Your Mom record and Ghostly International's Spectral Sound Vol. 1 compilation (click the link -- the site is kinda nifty), which streets tomorrow, to be published between the pages of Junkmedia.org in the coming weeks. While you're at it, why not check out the page where we've archived all the links to all the reviews we've written in the last three years or so.
The Grokster decision came down today, in case you live under a rock. Plenty of other places will wrap up the details for you, we'd suggest Googling it or hitting Coolfer, which will likely do a wrap on coverage soon. We'd just like to stress to all the paranoid stoners and giddy teens out there that there is a difference between "can be found liable" and "is liable."
Follow Up: A very solid source wrote in to say that our back-of-the-envelop figuring on how the spoils of a digital music file sale are divided, particularly with respects to indie labels that use the services of IODA, were pretty off. When we learn more we'll pass on what we can. Our interest in this is basically a vestige of our time logged workin at The 'Noize, but that interest hasn't really waned. The sign says "Will Write For Money." Well, that's what the sign would say if we had a sign.
That is all.