MySpace Music has had a long, hard road to launch, what with the lack of a firm debut date, no CEO, etc. But now, according to a British report, the site is getting slammed by indie labels, who feel like they're being frozen out. Some even claim they've been blocked from uploading their own music. As a joint venture with three of the major labels, which control 70 percent of the U.S. recorded music biz, the service could face antitrust lawsuits before it even launches.
Get the full story about MySpace Music's battle with the indies here.