Friday, June 09, 2006

The first iTunes magazine download ever!

I haven't been blogging much recently. If you've missed it then sorry. You see I have exams at the moment and they've been occupying most of my time. I had one on Wednesday on Criminal Law and one today on Equity and Trusts. Only one more to go, and that's on Monday. In the mean time, here's some interesting music news.

The FADER, the definitive voice of emerging music, announced that its "Summer Music Issue" is now available in its entirety for free download at iTunes. The FADER's annual summer issue, one of the most anticipated issues of the year and featuring the best of what the season in music has to offer, will be the first full magazine posted on iTunes. The issue will also be featured in iTunes' "New and Notable" podcast section, and is available at

"We're about bringing attention to the emerging artists and musicians that we love, and are always looking for a way to get the word out," said Andy Cohn, publisher of The FADER. "The print magazine will always be our focus, but this is an incredibly unique opportunity to reach a whole new audience and bring additional attention to the artists that we're covering." Cohn added, "By partnering with us on the project, Southern Comfort continues to show its support for emerging artists and its forward-thinking approach to unique marketing streams."

About The FADER
Founded by Rob Stone and Jon Cohen in 1998, The FADER magazine is the definitive voice of emerging music and the lifestyle that surrounds it. Through in-depth reporting and a distinct street sensibility, The FADER aggressively covers the most dynamic breadth of music and style emanating from the fringes of the mainstream to the heart of the underground. The FADER is the authority on what's next.

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