MySpace‘s glorious comeback has already hit a snag, with the social network being called up on its current music selection. According to Ultimate Guitar, upwards of 100 record labels have claimed that MySpace has been streaming their music without consent. Some of these record labels include indie powerhouses Beggars Group, Domino and Merge. Speaking to
Tom really needs no introduction. His cheeky smile as he looks over his shoulder at what we assume was a spur-of-the-moment photo opportunity was the first thing you saw when you signed up to Myspace 500,000 years ago. Mr. Anderson appears to be on an international journey of self-discovery, namechecking Australia as his next pit
The once almighty MySpace is set to return with a brand new site, designed from scratch in the hopes of competing in the flooded social media market that is led by the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr and Google + (OK maybe not that last one). However, rather then simply try to beat them,
Last week MySpace announced they were cutting back half their staff across the board, which also meant the end of MySpace Australia. For many people these came as a massive surprise but to others it was anything but. Surprise or no, how does one of the most successful web phenomena in the history of the
In what may come as a surprise to some and seem like an inevitability for others, MySpace have today cut back 505 of staff across the board, closing their Australian offices. Having first risen to the top of the social networking heap, with the appearance of sites such as Facebook and Twitter, the giant has
Cyborg music stalkers rejoice, the powers that be at MySpace have finally given the site a long overdue extreme makeover.