The Metro, the initiative from Associated Newspapers designed to hide the chewing-gum and dog poop on British city streets by covering them in a thick layer of newsprint, has soft-launched a music service called MeMusic for some reason - presumably as in "I gotten me music on me mp3 player".
This offers free streaming of its library - uploaded by users:
And what, exactly, is 'fair' to download?
It turns out that means 79p, some of which goes to the artist. The headline says 70 per cent - but it turns out that means something different:
Oddly, AmazingTunes and the Metro promote this as being a music service "without the middlemen", but, surely, if they're raking off 30p in the pound, then they're the middlemen, aren't they?