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The Fundamental “Why” Of Music Discovery - hypebot

via The Fundamental “Why” Of Music Discovery 

This guest post  by Cortney Harding on Medium recently appeared on Hypebot.  It poses a tough question for musicians and artists that use streaming services as a marketing and promotion tool. 132 more words

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Soundcloud Will Release a Subscription Service “Later This Year”

Soundcloud Will Release a Subscription Service “Later This Year”

Tech Times revealed in the past few months that leaked emails were pointing towards the Berlin-based Soundcloud expressing interest in creating a “paid for subscription” service. 164 more words


How to Save Your Record Label

Dear American Major Record Labels:

Here’s how to Save Your Major Record Label.

It all boils down to this: Speed Metal, catalog, specialty catalog, aggressive courting of new retail partners, and changing your freaking attitude. 1,587 more words

Deezer prospectus makes one thing clear: Streaming music is a terrible business

As giants like Spotify and Apple Music clash on the streaming-music battlefield, hard financial details about the business of digital music are difficult to come by. 627 more words


Record Labels

Associated with the marketing of music videos and music recordings, a record label is a trademark (or brand), as well as a publishing company managing trademarks and brands, and is involved within the coordination of: 568 more words


Depression in the Music Industry

A year or so ago I was diagnosed with a depression and anxiety disorder, or as it’s more commonly know I was diagnosed a musician. And I’m far from alone. 280 more words

Music Industry

How Decentralizing the Music Industry with Digital Currency Might Make Taylor Swift Happy Again

“Music is art, and art is important and rare. Important, rare things are valuable. Valuable things should be paid for.”
-Taylor Swift

Entertainment news is buzzing with reports of Taylor Swift’s controversial decision to pull her music from online streaming site Spotify. 569 more words