You’ve heard what the BPI have to say about music downloading in the UK, now let them hear what you think.
NME.COM is organising a round table discussion with representatives from the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), NME staff, bands, and members of the public to find out what both sides of the great download debate have to say for themselves.
Earlier this month 78% of NME readers said they would continue to swap songs online despite the BPI’s warning that they risk legal action similar to that currently being taken against hundreds of music fans in the US.
Blur drummer Dave Rowntree has also been very vocal on the file-swapping subject and recently called NME to condemn the BPI’s threats.
If you would like to take part in the discussion and are available in London this Thursday (April 29) from 6-8.30pm email us at email@example.com.