MusicRadar Daily: Elvis's grandson, Olympic music, trash soundsystem

MusicRadar daily

MusicRadar daily

Updated every weekday at 10am, MusicRadar Daily is our regular serving of the most popular features, weirdest gear, coolest blogs, hottest videos and all-round coolest music-making links from around the net, as found by the team and the MusicRadar community. Submit your links here.

MusicRadar Daily - 5 October 2009

Why you can't get decent earphones for less than $100

(From Gizmodo via tomporter)

TDK stacks 10 layers on a single 320GB disc

(From Engadget via tomporter)

Elvis Presley's teenage grandson gets record deal

(From NME via tomporter)

Music for an Olympic bid: making of Antipop's Madrid 2016 songs

(From Create Digital Music via tomporter)

Mikal Hameed uses trash to make music, inspire community

(From Inhabitat via tomporter)

Muzu music video site launched to rival YouTube

(From The Telegraph via tomporter)

MusicRadar Daily gives you the chance to post links to the most interesting and popular music-making features, articles and videos you find on the net. We can't promise to feature every submission, but we will be updating this page every day with your suggestions, along with those of the team.

Submit your links here via the MusicRadar forum - just open a new post, submit your tip and we'll take a look!

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