The NCAA March Madness always brings a party when the Final Four Championship comes to town, and this year was no different. Held in Phoenix, Arizona, the NCAA held their March Madness Capital One Jamfest Music Festival at Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix, and featured Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Blink 182, […]
My Chemical Romance has posted a short entry on their blog tonight, announcing the break up of the band: “Being in this band for the past 12 years has been a true blessing. We’ve gotten to go places we never knew we would. We’ve been able to see and experience things we never imagined possible. […]
Superball Music is pleased to announce the signing of electronic super duo BLAQK AUDIO. Featuring Davey Havok and Jade Puget, members of the acclaimed, multi-platinum group AFI, the talented pair will be releasing their highly anticipated sophomore album, Bright Black Heaven, this Fall via their new imprint, Big Death
As if being homophobic and sexist weren’t enough, now hip hop group Odd Future has a member accused of assaulting two members of the press.
We watched from above as people began climbing the cords and metal of the bridge to escape the cops. People on the pedestrian bridge were trying to pull people up out of the roadway.
Following Mike Pedicone’s firing as drummer for My Chemical Romance last week he’s released a statement via Kerrang telling his side of the story…. well, kind of.
In a statement posted to MyChemicalRomance.com, guitarist Frank Iero announces Mike Pedicone’s departure from the band.
Photographers do not want bands or their managements exercising any kind of control or restriction on their work, and signing away copyright, giving unfettered access, allowing editorial control and giving away free use are all unacceptable demands that no creator would accept whether they be photographer, writer, painter or even musician…
Lady Gaga’s new album ‘Born This Way’ was released yesterday, and the digital download of the full 14 song album plus a digital booklet available on Amazon.com for a limited time for only $0.99!
Brisbane-based photographer Justin Edwards talks about copyright grabbing photo contracts and poses some disturbing questions about the future of concert photography if they became an industry standard, much like the ubiquitous “3 songs no flash” commonly seen today.
If you’re a concert photographer and have posted your work online, chances are at least one of your photos has been downloaded and reposted without your permission at some point.
I’ve talked about the impact of fans and others reposting unlicensed photos, especially taken from a photographer’s or agency’s licensing site. Here’s one example for you.
There are two main types of rights grabbers out there at the moment, there are the full blown rights grabbers where artist owns all rights to your photos and then there are ones that state artists are allowed to you any of your photos for whatever they want without payment. Both types are totally unacceptable and a slap in the face to any photographer.