The Wall Street Journal reported recently that Apple is in talks to license music with the intention of creating an online music streaming platform that would be targeted to compete with Pandora. In fact, Pandora, which recently became a publicly traded company, has seen its shares fall a pretty significant amount over the past week as the rumor about Apple's involvement in the online radio market has spread.
Any rumor about Apple playing a new hand in the music industry has to be taken seriously, which explains the reflex reaction of Pandora's stock drop. Apple already has what amounts to the world's largest record store in the form of iTunes, which sells more music than any other...
Liam and Me have posted the unreleased Lives We Might Have Lived on iTunes. This will, unfortunately, be the last release from the band. The band has also put the album up in a "pay what you want" format on their website.
In a pretty epic fail - I didn't know that The Living End released a new album last year. Maybe I'm not the only one that has missed out on this great release here in the states. Check it out on iTunes.
1) Where The Fence Is Low (iTunes Session)
2) Banner (iTunes Session)
3) Siberia (iTunes Session)
4) Toes (iTunes Session)
5) Face Up (iTunes Session)
6) Cactus In The Valley (iTunes Session)
7) In The Dark I See
Eve 6's new single, "Lost and Found," is now available for purchase on iTunes and Amazon. The band will be performing the new song acoustic, and video chatting with fans, on Ustream at 4pm (PST). Update: If you missed the ustream chat, you can check out the recording here. There's even a question about AP.net in there.