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Joe Henry Confirms First New Album In Three Years Invisible Hour, Out June 3 See More

The Wall Street Journal: Audiam Secures $2 Million Funding From Jason Mraz, Jimmy Buffett, Brett Gurewitz (Epitaph Records Owner/Bad Religion Founder), Bill Silva (Promoter/Manager) And Others See More

Meklit, An "Artistic Giant In The Early Stages" (San Francisco Chronicle), Confirms New Album We Are Alive, Out March 18 See More

NPR's Weekend Edition Features Rachel Ries; New Album Ghost of a Gardener Out Now See More

Incendiary Self-Titled Debut By Melt Yourself Down Confirmed For North American Release March 4 Via The Leaf Label See More

Iceland's Ásgeir On NPR's World Café See More

Billy Bragg Live At The Union Chapel DVD/CD To Be Released April 14 2014 Via Cooking Vinyl See More

Chris Mills Sets Feb 7 Album Release Show At Brooklyn's Union Hall For Alexandria, Out Jan 21 See More

The Chieftains Confirm 2014 U.S. Tour Spectacular Featuring Surprise Guests, Local Pipe Bands, Musicians And Dancers In Each City See More

Audiam Offers Free, Pre-Cleared Music For Use By Anyone In YouTube Videos , Out Feb 18 See More

USA Today Premieres Song Rrom Rachel Ries’ First Album in Six Years Ghost of a Gardener, Out Feb 18 See More

Fast-Rising Newcomers Alpenglow Release Debut EP Solitude Following Biggest U.S. Tour To Date See More

Audiam Confirms Groundbreaking Deal With Canada's SOCAN To Get Members Paid More for Music on YouTube See More

Chris Mills Confirms 2014 Tour Dates Performing First Album In Five Years, Alexandria, Out Jan 21 See More

Audiam: In a First, Grammy Winning Guitar Legend Steve Vai Authorizes Fans To Use His Recordings In YouTube Videos See More

Red Baraat Adds Philadelphia And Washington DC Dates Following Already Confirmed Shows At NYC's Brooklyn Bowl & Boston's Royale See More

USA Today Premieres First Video From Chris Mills' new album Alexandria, Out Jan 21 See More

Over 300 Hours Of Rare And Never-Before-Seen Video Of New York City's 1975-1980 Punk Scene—At CBGB And Other Legendary Clubs—Digitally Restored By New York University's Fales Library See More

The New Yorker on Xenia Rubinos' Magic Trix See More

30th Anniversary Edition Of Billy Bragg's Debut Life’s a Riot with Spy vs Spy To Be Released Oct 29 See More

Audiam Introduces New Search Technologies Getting Artists Paid More Money See More

From Bangalore To Brooklyn: Red Baraat Confirm New Tour Dates Including Shows In India + Bumbershoot, Austin City Limits Fest, Brooklyn Bowl & More See More

Icelandic Phenom Ásgeir's Debut Album In The Silence Gets English Translation By Singer John Grant; Out Oct 29 See More

Hear The New York Times Premiere Of Sarah Lee Guthrie And Johnny Irion's Expansive New Album Wassaic Way See More

Audiam Launches in U.S.; Gets Artists More Money From YouTube See More

Billy Bragg Adds To Most Extensive U.S. Tour In Twenty Years Confirming Headlining Shows and Festival Dates This Fall See More

Legendary Minneapolis Band The Suburbs Return With First New Album In Nearly Three Decades, Si Sauvage, Out August 27 See More

Following Raves From Pitchfork, NPR, The Wall Street Journal & More, Xenia Rubinos Confirms String Of Summer Concerts See More

Sarah Lee Guthrie And Johnny Irion Confirm N. American Tour Including Dates At New York's Housing Works Bookstore With Dawes 6/24 And LA's GRAMMY Museum 7/16 See More

TuneCore Founders Jeff Price & Peter Wells Unveil Beta of Their New Company, Audiam See More

Red Baraat To Release Big Talk, A New Album Featuring Remixes By Smoota (TV On The Radio), Chico Mann (Antibalas), Dave Sharma (Sub Swara), And Caleb Burns + Previously Unavailable Songs June 11 See More

Sarah Lee Guthrie And Johnny Irion's Expansive New Album Wassaic Way, Produced By Wilco's Jeff Tweedy and Pat Sansone, Out Aug 6 See More

Hear New Track from Sweden's Little Children Premiered By Philadelphia's WXPN Here: See More

NPR All Songs Considered Previews Jim Guthrie's "Beautifully Inspired" New Album Takes Time: See More

The Wall Street Journal on "The Rise of Xenia Rubinos" See More

NPR Weekend Edition on Xenia Rubinos' Visceral, Danceable Noise-Pop: "Resists Classification as a Whole." See More

Praise for Billy Bragg's Tooth & Nail See More

RELIX Premieres First Video From Jim Guthrie's New Album Takes Time See More

Hair Receding, the First Single From Xenia Rubinos' Debut Album of "Absurdist Pop, Powered by Soul Fueled Vocals" (VICE) Out Now See More

Jim Guthrie Confirms Release Of Takes Time, His First Solo Album In Ten Years, May 7 See More

Red Baraat Confirms Summer Festivals Including Great GoogaMooga, Festival International De Louisiane, Del Fest, Wakarusa and Jazz Fest Date See More