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- Posted on Oct 6th 2009 5:00AM by Stephen Dowling
Editors have dubbed Radiohead's 'In Rainbows' honesty-box strategy as "selfish.'' Frontman Tom Smith told BBC 6 Music: "In giving it away for free, it didn't feel like it had any connection to the bigger problem and it was selfish."
Rapper GZA has become a fan of indie-folk eccentric Devendra Banhart and wants to work with him.
Vampire Weekend have given away the opening track from their second album 'Contra' for free. The track, 'Horchata', is available from the band's website.