The End of Ownership: Personal Property in the Digital Economy by Aaron Perzanowski & Jason Schultz

The End of Ownership: Personal Property in the Digital Economy by Aaron Perzanowski & Jason Schultz

By Brian Duricy

Millions of consumers are caught up in the streaming revolution, but what price are we paying in the realm of ownership? 6 Dec 2016 // 1:15 AM

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//Recent Reviews

20 Jun 2006 // 11:00 PM

Dinosaur Jr.: Green Mind

Cleaned up a little but raging, alienated and freakin' loud as ever, J makes his uneasy peace with mass distribution.

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20 Jun 2006 // 11:00 PM

Witch: Witch

Backward-looking heavy metal that stares its own ridiculousness in the face and never cracks a smile, but does churn out a mean groove.

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The Crooked Jades: World’s on Fire

There's a depth of quality, performance, and passion that makes this release a cross-generational, cross-genre charmer.

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20 Jun 2006 // 11:00 PM

Girl Talk: Night Ripper

Sampling over 160 bands and artists on the new album, Girl Talk continues to push his way out of the space between DJ mix and mash-up and into territory all his own.

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Rhonda Vincent: All American Bluegrass Girl

Rhondomon: Inscrutable perspectives on a self-proclaimed All-American Bluegrass Girl... or, is there anyone who's really good? Maybe goodness is just make-believe.

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20 Jun 2006 // 11:00 PM

Shot X Shot: Shot X Shot

Five sustained extended performances, melodic, sensitive to timbre and phrasing, but improvised music of a demanding sort by two ace saxophonists, with bass and drums to match.

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It is always interesting to see Vaughn, Guerra, et al.'s vision of an apocalyptic world and how it is a mirror to our own.

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Empire of Dirt: The Aesthetics and Rituals of British Indie Music by Wendy Fonarow

When dissected, an indie rock gig isn't all that different from the stereotype of nearly naked dancers circling the fire as they fall into a trance.

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19 Jun 2006 // 11:00 PM

Diana Ross: blue

In an age where every other veteran artist seems to tackle the "Great American Songbook", Blue illustrates that Diana Ross met that challenge long before... and won.

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Thursday: A City By the Light Divided

Thursday makes a return with a melodic tour de force that's barely held back from emocore classic status. Not bad for a band that was about to break up before recording.

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//Mixed media
//Blogs

"Rock Never Dies" Takes Shots at Celebrity Culture In a Surprisingly Effective Episode

// Channel Surfing

"Season 12's best episode yet isn't perfect, but well-done, with an excellent swan song performance by Rick Springfield.

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