MusicRadar Daily: Rolling Stone broke, Taylor 9-string, Black Keys go hip-hop

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 - 14 September 2009

Rolling Stone is broke

(From Daily Mail via chriswickett)

Video: Mysterious Eigenharp offers blinkenlight sitar looks, chilled-out Moby grooves

(From Engadget via tomporter)

Bach canon played as a Möbius strip

(From Boing Boing via chriswickett)

Dame Vera Lynn oldest album chart topper

(From BBC News via chriswickett)

Biffy Clyro box set features full orchestral score and guitar tab poster

(From Biffy Clyro via chriswickett)

Black Keys go hip-hop

(From Billboard via chriswickett)

Taylor releases 9-string acoustic

(From Harmony Central via chriswickett)

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Previously on MusicRadar Daily: iTunes 9 tricks, Billy Corgan's happy place, Van Halen tour?

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