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oso oso Unleashes Lively New Single, “all of my love”

After wrapping an extensive North American tour run as support for Spanish Love Songs, oso oso has unleashed their lively new single, “all of my love.” Clocking in at a speedy yet impactful 2 minutes and 17 seconds, “all of my love” serves as the latest preview to oso oso’s forthcoming, soon-to-be-announced fifth full-length studio album, life till bones.  oso mastermind Jade Lilitri started building anticipation for the release of “all of my love” last week with a heartwarming video of him serenading his dog. The teaser seamlessly transitioned into a preview of the track’s masterful instrumentation, offering fans a… Read more »


Spanish Love Songs & Oso Oso Announce North American Spring Tour

Spanish Love Songs and Oso Oso have announced an extensive, 27-show co-headline tour scheduled to kick off this spring. The tour will kick off on April 3 in Mesa, AZ; however, Oso Oso will not be performing on the first night and will then join Spanish Love Songs on the following date, April 5, in San Diego, CA. Read more: Softcult Lights The “Shortest Fuse” On New Release Spanish Love Songs and Oso Oso will be joined by Sydney Sprague and Worry Club as support across the tour, which runs through May 9, concluding in Dallas, TX. Tickets for the… Read more »


Microsoft to buy Skype for $8.5B

Microsoft will acquire Luxembourg-based Skype, with 170 million active users, from an investor group led by Silver Lake, the companies said in a statement today. The agreement was approved by the boards of directors of both companies.


Microsoft, labels cling to music subscriptions

For anybody wondering why Microsoft and the top record labels continue to promote subscription music services, the answer was revealed Thursday. David Ring, executive vice president of business development for Universal Music Group’s digital arm, said at the EconMusic Conference that the recording industry simply can’t sustain itself with download sales alone. “If what we’re trying to do is one-by-one downloads…that’s not a business that can grow,” Ring told conference attendees during panel discussion he participated in. “It won’t be healthy for the industry.” Prior to Ring’s statement, Chris Stephenson, an executive in Microsoft’s entertainment unit, was ballyhooing the progress… Read more »


Microsoft buys Danger, maker of the Sidekick

Microsoft may be hitting a rough patch with its biggest Silicon Valley acquisition but Yahoo is hardly the only company it’s after. The Redmond company announced today it was buying Palo Alto-based Danger, which makes the software and services that go into phones like the Sidekick from T-Mobile. The terms of the deal have not been announced. The Sidekick has been one of T-Mobile’s best selling phones, especially with younger consumers who have taken to its cool design, flip out keyboard and easy interface. With Microsoft working to expand the appeal of its Windows Mobile operating system to consumers, the… Read more »

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