Posts Tagged ‘Trent Reznor’

Trent Reznor Strikes Again!

Pitchfork.com – In case there was any doubt that Trent Reznor knows how to yank the internet by it’s collective fiber optics,  check out what the Nailed One twittered & posted to his site yesterday; “Brand new FULL LENGTH NIN record available now” Ok, phasers on ‘purchase’ until you go to the NIN site. There’s […]

Trent Reznor Releases Over 400GB of HD Video Footage Via Torrent

Big happenings today for the little people. Rumors abound that Apple will be revealing several major DRM-free music licensing deals it has made for iTunes in the very near future. Read about that HERE. Secondly, Trent Reznor released over 400GB (yes, GIGA-bites) of HD concert footage via bit torrent. His exact posting reads like this: […]

Confused About ‘Nostradamus’

A while back I talked about how we could learn a lot from Trent Reznor’s distribution models for his past two releases ‘Ghosts I-IV’ and ‘The Slip’. Especially ‘Ghosts I-IV’ since it introduced a tiered level of purchasing from free all the way to a $300 uber-fan edition. I liked the creativity and insight behind […]

What We Can Learn From Trent Reznor

This subject has been talked to death, so of course I’m gonna weigh in too!  By now, we all know about Trent Reznor’s experiments with online music distribution.  Specifically, the disappointment with his first attempt at ‘Download & Pay What It’s Worth’ distribution (Saul Williams’ release “The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of Niggy Tardust” which […]

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