Addicted to Noise

Online music magazine Addicted to Noise (ATN) has received a recent revamp, offering music mavericks new features, design interface and faster download times. The site, provided by Telstra's music services group, offers daily music news and interviews from Australia and overseas music artists.

ATN offers hi-fi audio and high and low-resolution video cybercasts and provides downloadable information and photographs using Real Audio and Video technology. New features added to the site include: Week at a glance, which summarises the daily content published during that week, and New Live Reviews which includes reviews of live music performances CD releases, and song samples. ATN plans to expand this section to include video-on-demand from live concerts.

The Web Radio section lists and rates the Web sites available with streaming music, and the Online sales link allows users to purchase CDs directly from the site.

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