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Amazon Offers Students Music Unlimited for $4.99/Month
Amazon Prime Student members can claim six months for $6, opening up access to tens of millions of songs and thousands of playlists.



Universal Music Sued for Piracy
Music publishers are usually the ones initiating piracy lawsuits, not on the receiving end of one. But Universal finds itself in that situation due to its use of fonts.



Sony to Restart Vinyl Record Production in Japan
People like vinyl records again, especially in Japan, where Sony Music is set to restart production after a nearly 30-year hiatus.



Report: Tesla Planning its Own Music Streaming Service
Not content to just offer drivers Spotify access, Tesla is reportedly in talks with major record labels to create a new way for people to listen to music.



Taylor Swift Shakes Off Bad Blood With Spotify
Head over to Spotify now to listen to all of Swift's albums, including 1989, Red, Speak Now, Fearless, and Taylor Swift.



Here's How to Jam With Paul Simon (Virtually)
The Skirball Cultural Center's 'Paul Simon: Words and Music' exhibit in LA lets you create tunes like the music legend.



MP3 Format Dead, But Not Gone
Licenses to use MP3 patents are no longer being issued as of last month, but the encoding technology will live on in the vast libraries of music ripped in the 1990s.



Horror Game Alan Wake Can't Be Sold After May 15
You have a few days left to buy it, but after that, it's gone until a new music licensing deal can be agreed, which may never happen.



Need a Gig, Musicians? This Site Can Hook You Up
Gigmor started in 2013 as a way to connect musicians, and has now launched a global marketplace that adds gig-booking functionality.