Cory points out that the Radio3 is putting up the BBC performances of Beethoven’s symphonies as mp3 files for download.
Is it the height of post-modernist copyright irony that you can freely download Beethoven’s 19th century masterpieces, but not the latest from Sleater-Kinney? (though you can stream it in QuickTime).
And, speaking of Sleater-Kinney – KEXP has a performance from them live in the studio on May 20 up for streaming too.
UPDATE — I have not yet been able to get the link to stream the Sleater-Kinney’s The Woods to work for me – anybody have better luck?