The Johnny Cash Project is a collective music video, fashioned from drawings done by users from across the web. The site features a drawing tool, which allows you illustrate a frame from the video. These images weave together to create an ever-changing work of art.
Massive Attack are planning to "randomly" release new EPs in 2011. The UK dance group took seven years to bring out their last album 'Heligoland' earlier this year, but are keen to follow it up with more new material - which they are planning to release "spontaneously".
"We have always believed in pushing the boundaries... in giving the fans bang for the buck... in going where no band has gone before," added KISS co-founder Gene Simmons. "This one's gonna rock big time!"
Fans used Flip cams to record a Radiohead gig in August 2009 in Prague. Radiohead got wind of this and approved the DIY film and even provided them with the soundboard recordings of the set. You can actually go out and download the footage, titled 'Prague DVD', for free.
Nokia have now announced that the Nokia Music Store is now the Ovi Music Store. However the big news here is that Nokia has done away with their music copyright system - DRM, and added some great new features.