Category Archives: Editorials

William Control responds to sexual allegations, claims to share proof of innocence

Posted by on April 25, 2019

Editor’s Note: This was made to show William’s videos and his evidence about his side of the story. Examples were used on stories surrounding sexual misconduct to reference accusations that have been said to be false, misled, dropped, or remain unknown. We do not support hate, sexual violence in any way. We look for facts […]

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Let’s Dial Back the Speculation in the Holden Matthews Case

Posted by on April 12, 2019

Holden Matthews, a 21 year old American, has been arrested in Louisiana for allegedly burning three historically black churches. Let’s not mince words, here, this crime is disgusting and revolting. And Matthews, if guilty, should be locked away for a very long time. But the idea that his motive is already known (as many media […]

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Requiem for the Trocadero

Posted by on March 29, 2019

It’s old news by now – Philly concert venue The Trocadero is closing for good in May. The Chinatown venue will fade into the annals of Philly history, like other venues have done and will continue to do around the country. And sure, since companies like AEG and Live Nation have expanded into Philly with […]

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Napster and the proliferation of OMM (Open Music Model)

Posted by on March 21, 2019

The recent ruling by the Copyright Review Board has once again dragged into the light the issue of songwriter compensation. Songwriters and music streaming services have been quietly battling for a long time while the world enjoys access to millions of songs at the cost of some pesky commercials. To be clear, some people pay […]

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Apple music stands by songwriters and will not appeal CRB ruling

Posted by on March 15, 2019

In an aggressive move against songwriters, major streaming services have appealed a decision by the Copyright Royalty Board to increase royalty rates paid to artists. The ruling will increase royalty rates for artists by 44% over 5 years. The 2018 ruling was recently announced starting a 30 day countdown for appeals. Spotify, Pandora, Amazon, and […]

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