…from a discussion in Oslo with Sean Percival, former Vice President of Online Marketing at MySpace, as reported by The Guardian.
“So we’d lost the social war, in a sense, but we really should have just gone all-in on music. At the […]
SXSW is the place to be if you enjoy being an advertising target. Yes, there’s a lot of music, but there’s a lot of brands throwing things at you too (I’m actually a little relieved to be skipping it this year).
Spotify is slashing the price on its subscription plans, eliminating restrictions on free, and spending hundreds of millions to convert paying iTunes users.
Google is now offering a three-month, $3 package to draw new subscribers to ‘Play Music All Access’.
Bandcamp is known for being an artist-friendly service. The company generally takes 15 percent of digital sales and 10 percent of physical sales, which is in line with companies like CD Baby.<!–/*
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…this was found in the sleeve of a 1987 jazz LP vinyl release.
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Lamb of God composing music for a… ballet?
That’s exactly what the band’s singer, Randy Blythe, is doing. Blythe is scoring a ballet choreographed by his friend Matthew Frain—a member of the Richmond Ballet in Virginia.
Blythe told Richmond Magazine […]
…from a discussion in Oslo with Jeroen Bouwman, manager of content partnerships for YouTube Music, as reported by Music Ally.
“Nine out of 10 of our most-watched videos are music videos. Music is a type of content that people engage with on a […]
Northside Festival has announced their first round of programming for their music, innovation, and film festival. The festival takes place in Brooklyn from June 8th to the 14th.
Run the Jewels, Neko Case, Best Coast, and Built to Spill will […]