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Música Lliure

Open Culture

The April issue of Catalonian music magazine Enderrock includes a terrific article about Creative Commons and comes with a CD entitled Música Lliure, which features 19 CC-licensed songs from acts like Cheb Balowski, Dijous Paella, and Orxata Sound System. The CD’s bonus track, Gilberto Gil’s “Oslodum,” provides a sonic — and ideological — link to…

Podcasting Legal Guide

Open Culture

Creative Commons, Vogele & Associates, and the Berkman Center’s Clinical Program in Cyberlaw have published a Podcasting Legal Guide to provide general information to podcasters about legal issues they may need to consider. The guide is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 license. To coincide with the release of the Podcasting Legal Guide, Creative…

Ryuichi Sakamoto:

Open Culture

Esteemed composer and musician Ryuichi Sakamoto has launched in response to the opening of a nuclear reprocessing plant in the Japanese village of Rokkasho. To lead off an international awareness campaign, Sakamoto wrote and recorded a track called “Rokkasho” — featuring rapper Shing02 and guitarist/producer Christian Fennesz — under the group name Team 6.…


Open Culture

The 2006 edition of the popular international music contest Diesel-U-Music is open to unsigned artists playing rock, urban/hip-hop, and electronic music. All of the songs entered into this year’s contest will be licensed under CC’s Attribution-NonCommercial license, so they can be legally shared, reused, and remixed by people around the world. Go to from…