Tuesday 5 February 2013, 11:03 | By

The CMU Podcast – February 2013

CMU Podcast

January was a busy month in the world of music, so our first edition of The CMU Podcast for 2013 is jam packed. In it you’ll find Chris and Andy discussing HMV’s slip into administration, the launch of Kim Dotcom’s new file-storage service Mega, Beggars Group chief Martin Mills’ speech and the indie labels’ attack on MySpace at MIDEM, plus the surprise comebacks of Justin Timberlake and David Bowie.

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