Entries in 'music' (83)
Apple has asked HMV to remove its new music downloading app from the iOS App Store – and the retailer has said no.
Video games are expected to generate more revenue than both video and music combined this year.
The music genre is dead, right? Erm, no, perhaps not.
Rejuvenated entertainment retailer Blockbuster is to embark on a promotional blitz this bank holiday weekend to properly mark its High Street comeback.
Key new releases in film, music and games will still be sold in the remaining HMV stores after an agreement was reached with suppliers.
US second-hand digital music marketplace ReDigi is preparing to launch in Europe and expand into areas including ebooks and video games.
The latest track from British dance music band Hot Chip features a parody football video game as the subject matter of its video.
Xbox and Windows platform holder Microsoft is to have another stab at competing with iTunes and Spotify in the digital music market.
The Ohio State Marching Band clearly knows a thing or two about video games. And marching. And banding.
The people of Manchester are mad for piracy, it would seem.
Supermarket giant Tesco has acquired a 91 per cent stake in Milton Keynes based streaming music service We7.
West Coast hip-hop star Snoop Dogg has recorded an original track for Namco Bandai’s upcoming Tekken Tag Tournament 2.
Sony’s cloud-based music service application Music Unlimited will arrive on the Apple App Store this Friday, the company has announced.
A 65 per cent majority of the total gaming hours logged in SingStar are made up by females, compared to a share of 28 per cent for the average game.
US Xbox 360 owners are now spending more time using Xbox 360’s multimedia functions than they are gaming.
Xbox 360 owners can now access music video application Vevo in the UK, US, Canada and Ireland.
Moshi Monsters developer Mind Candy has signed a deal with Sony Music to release records for its popular children’s franchise, it has announced.
The Serious Organised Crime Agency has closed down music website RnBXclusive.com and says those who used it could be fined and imprisoned.
None other than former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney has said that he has agreed to pen music for an as-of-yet unknown video game.
It’s not just games retail that is waiting for the Grand Theft Auto V style cash cow – music publishers see the release as a big opportunity too.
Tubby Games has outlined the marketing push it hopes will take Now! That’s What I Call Music: Dance and Sing to the top the charts.
Low Value Consignment Relief will no longer apply to goods sent to the UK from the Channel Islands, the Government has announced.
The European release of Rocksmith has been pushed back to next year and Ubisoft is asking consumers not to import it.