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R.I.P. The iPod

by Paul Cashmere

Apple has decided the discontinue its revolutionary iPod effective immediately.

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George Harrison

George Harrison’s Dark Horse Record Label Reactivates 1974-1977 Catalogue

by Paul Cashmere

The Dark Horse Records catalogue, the label founded by George Harrison in 1974, is back. The 1974-1977 catalogue has been remastered and is now streaming.

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Mick Jagger, The Rolling Stones image by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, photo

Mick Jagger Has Worked On The ‘Slow Horses’ Soundtrack With Daniel Pemberton

by Paul Cashmere

Mick Jagger has alerted fans that he is working on the soundtrack to the upcoming Apple+ series ‘Slow Horses’ with composer Daniel Pemberton, who worked on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Steve Jobs, The Trial of the Chicago 7, Being the Ricardos, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and Birds of Prey.

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iPod

iPod Turns 20 And Surprisingly … Still Exists

by Paul Cashmere

I haven’t heard of anyone buying an iPod is years so I was surprised to discover that it is still on sale. Which is good news, because its just turned 20.

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James Blake, Splendor In The Grass, Photo, Ian Laidlaw

James Blake On His New Project ‘Before’

by Music-News.com

James Blake has posted a teaser for his upcoming EP on his Instagram Story, while he also added a UK and US phone number to his bio on the photo-sharing site, which sends the caller to the website beforeep.com, where a countdown timer ending on Wednesday (14.10.10) can be found.

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Bruce Springsteen Letter To You

Bruce Springsteen Creates ‘Letter To You’ Doco For Apple TV

by Music-News.com

Bruce Springsteen fans around the world will get a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic artist’s creative process in the documentary feature film, “Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You,” from Apple Original Films, premiering exclusively on Apple TV+, Friday, October 23.

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Joey Molland Be True To Yourself

Badfinger’s Joey Molland Premiere’s ‘Rainy Day Man’

by Paul Cashmere

Joey Molland, the last surviving member of Badfinger, will release his first album in seven years ‘Be True To Yourself’. Our first taste of the album is the extremely Beatlesque ‘Rainy Day Man’.

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Carrie Underwood. image by Ros O'Gorman, Noise11, Photo

Shania Twain and Carrie Underwood Score Apple Radio Shows

by Music-News.com

Carrie Underwood, Shania Twain and Snoop Dogg are among the stars to have landed their own radio shows on the revamped Apple Music network.

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Lady Gaga - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Lady Gaga To Host Weekly Show For Apple

by Paul Cashmere

Lady Gaga is set to front her own weekly radio show for Apple Music.

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James Blunt, Plenary Melbourne, Ros O'Gorman photography

James Blake Joins Zane Rowe On Apple Music

by Music-News.com

James Blake joined Zane Lowe on Apple Music to discuss his new song “Are You Even Real?”, co-written with Starrah and Ali Tamposi.

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Beastie Boys photo by Ros O'Gorman

Apple To Produce Beastie Boys Biopic

by Paul Cashmere

Apple today announced that it has acquired “Beastie Boys Story,” a new nonfiction film from Grammy Award-winning Beastie Boys members Mike Diamond and Adam Horovitz and Academy Award-winning director Spike Jonze.

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iTunes Logo

Apple Pensions Off iTunes

by Paul Cashmere

After 18 years of faithful service iTunes is set to retire.

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Apple Store proposed Melbourne eye-sore

Anti-Apple Posters Pop Up In AC/DC Lane

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne is starting to fight back at multinational corporation Apple after it was announced the company has been granted permission to build an Apple Store monstrosity in the heart of the city.

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Shazam

Apple To Buy Shazam For $400 Million

by Paul Cashmere

Apple is making a move to strengthen its music service with the acquisition of British music discover app Shazam.

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iPhone7

iPhone7 Is Today’s World’s Biggest Rock Star

by Paul Cashmere

Apple’s new iPhone7 has made its debut and as usual is a talking point worldwide.

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Carole King's "Tapestry" album, photographed by Jim McCrary image

Cheap $9.99 Classics Flood Australia’s Album Chart

by Paul Cashmere

Carole King’s iconic 1971 album ‘Tapestry’ and Amy Winehouse’s signature album ‘Back To Black’ are both in iTunes Australia’s Top 10 today pushing current titles by Delta Goodrem, Beyonce and Red Hot Chili Peppers down the list.

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iTunes Logo

Apple To Turn Off Downloads

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

As vinyl made way for CDs and CDs made way for downloads, it now seems that downloads are about to make way for streaming.

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The Beatles

Beatles For Sale Outside iTunes

by Paul Cashmere

The Beatles not only moved into the world of streaming as of midnight Christmas Eve, but their albums are now available from all download services.

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The Beatles, music news, noise11.com

The Beatles Now Playing On Streaming Services

by Paul Cashmere

The Beatles catalogue is now streaming.

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U2 perform at Etihad Stadium. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

U2’s Larry Mullen Jr Says Streaming Services Need To Pay Artists More

by Paul Cashmere

U2’s Larry Mullen, Jr. may not have too much to worry about when it comes to the group’s income from streaming but he certainly sees it as a problem for younger and lesser known artists.

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Jimmy Iovine

Jimmy Iovine From Music Man To Business Man

by Music-News.com

Jimmy Iovine is a cultural powerhouse. He engineered albums by John Lennon and Bruce Springsteen. He produced Stevie Nicks and U2.

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Kygo Remakes A-Ha’s Take On Me With A-Ha For Apple

by Paul Cashmere

Norway is bridging its musical generations with a new collaboration between Kygo and A-Ha on the way.

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Taylor Swift Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Taylor Swift Pals Up With Apple For Streaming

by Music-News.com

Taylor Swift is ‘happily’ allowing Apple Music to stream her album 1989.

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Taylor Swift, Etihad, Ros O'Gorman, Photo

Taylor Swift Elated At Apple U-Turn

by Music-News.com

Taylor Swift is “elated and relieved” that Apple has decided to pay artists for streaming their songs.

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Mary J Blige, Noise11, Photo

Samsung Takes On Apple At SXSW

by Paul Cashmere

Samsung has brought in Mary J. Blige and D’Angelo to SXSW to combat Apple’s activity with the Apple Watch.

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U2 and Apple

Apple Watch To Launch At SXSW, So Will U2 Be There Too?

by Paul Cashmere

Apple will launch the Apple Watch at SXSW next week which kind of suggests that their “in-house music system” U2 will be there as well.

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Sony Walkman, noise11, music news

Sony Take On Neil Young Pono With Reinvented Walkman

by Paul Cashmere

The Sony Walkman is back and ready to shake up Neil Young’s entry into the audio device with its Hi-Res Audio sound.

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Bono and U2. image by Ros O'Gorman

Bono Apologises For Apologising

by Roger Wink, VVN Music

You know when politicians are for something right before they are against it? Well, U2’s Bono appears to have learned a bit from some of his friends.

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U2 and Apple

U2 Apologize For Apple Spam

by Paul Cashmere

Bono has apologized on behalf of U2 with the unsolicited delivery of their new album ‘Songs of Innocence’ to people’s iTunes without permission.

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U2 and Apple

Conan O’Brien: Apple’s New eRase U2 Service

by Paul Cashmere

Conan O’Brien has unveiled Apple’s latest eRase U2 service which not only wipes the uninvited U2 spam off your computer but now also erases all memories you have of the band.

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James Blake On His New Project ‘Before’

James Blake has posted a teaser for his upcoming EP on his Instagram Story, while he also added a UK and US phone number to his bio on the photo-sharing site, which sends the caller to the website beforeep.com, where a countdown timer ending on Wednesday (14.10.10) can be found.

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Bruce Springsteen Creates ‘Letter To You’ Doco For Apple TV

Bruce Springsteen fans around the world will get a behind-the-scenes look at the iconic artist’s creative process in the documentary feature film, “Bruce Springsteen’s Letter to You,” from Apple Original Films, premiering exclusively on Apple TV+, Friday, October 23.

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Badfinger’s Joey Molland Premiere’s ‘Rainy Day Man’

Joey Molland, the last surviving member of Badfinger, will release his first album in seven years ‘Be True To Yourself’. Our first taste of the album is the extremely Beatlesque ‘Rainy Day Man’.

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