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  • Boycott the RIAA in March

    This is necessary! "Alright, we've been following the RIAA's increasingly frequent affronts to privacy and free speech lately, and it's about time we stopped merely bi...

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  • Music wants to be free

    The music giants are trying DRM-free downloads. Lots of smaller labels already sell music that way. Having seen which way the wind is blowing, Mr Jobs now wants to be see...

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  • Homeskillet stocks sky rocket!

    "...we could say that music is more alive than ever before, that piracy is a tool to build a fan base, and that the times when the music industry could dictate what we we...

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  • HomeSkillet Fest in the Hooligan

    Teri Tibbett, a lovely folk singer who graced us with her presence at HomeSkillet Fest, also happens to be a writer. What follows is ...

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  • HomeSkillet Fest: LP3 album

    Over the las few months LP3 aka Problem Child has been working on his EP. We spent a few hours before the show polishing off the tracks on his new album, which will be r...

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  • RIAA Petition

    Just because we love to hate the RIAA, EFF ( The Electronic Frontier Foundation ) is delivering signatures to send to Congress. It is really time we, as both fans and mu...

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  • W. Bush Steals Music

    GW Bush's iPod contains "illegal" (according to RIAA) music In the video linked below, we see that President Bush's iPod contains songs by the Beatles; since no Beatle...

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  • RIAA New Business Model

    As most know, our opinion of the RIAA here at HomeSkillet Records is not so good. They continue to alienate fans, point fingers, and to sum it up: whine, whine, whine. ...

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  • Downloading Music Doesn’t Hurt?

    It's been a been a last rallying cry of the music industry that sales have dropped due to "pirates" downloading illegal copies of music. While in some instances, this ma...

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  • RIAA Slap

    It was a beautiful thing to see the RIAA ( Recording Industry Association of America ) get slapped down in court. An Oregon woman is the first to fight the RIAA, which i...

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  • Is the Physical CD Still A Viable Market?

    There is something to be said for having an album in your hands. But there is also something to say about buyer's remorse after purchasing an album with one good song....

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