From 'Baby Driver' to 'Atomic Blonde', Streaming Has Made Movie Soundtracks Better Than Ever — www.wired.com
Thanks to playlists, anyone can make a soundtrack—even directors. Now 2017 is the best soundtrack year in decades.
The volume of subscription streams on the likes of Spotify and Apple Music jumped by more than 69% in the US during the first half of this year to 141.3bn – dramatically outperforming the number of online music video streams in the same period.
Although our lives are dominated by a myriad of screens, along with an ever-increasing selection of audio and video streaming services, it appears that the radio star is alive and well.
Killer Amazon promo gets you unlimited music streaming for 25¢ a month — bgr.com
Pretty much every big tech brand has its own streaming music service now, from Apple and Google to Microsoft. There are also still a bunch of dedicated music streaming services, such as Spotify, Tidal, and Pandora.
How to stream music all around your house — www.popsci.com
If you want to get your music streaming all over your home, you’ve got a lengthy list of devices and platforms to pick from. We can help you pick the one that’s right for your house.
A generative model for music track playlists — tech.iheart.com
Our mission at iHeartRadio is to deliver the music you’ll love when you want it. In the data science group, this often translates to a recommendation task over live stations or track playlists, and…
Discovering Music: The Case For (and Against) Algorithms — dancemusicnw.com
With streaming offering over 100M tracks available, a question: how on Earth do you sift through all this music, without losing your soul?
We all like to think we’re taste-makers when it comes to finding new music, imagining ourselves playlist aficionados who deftly create soundscapes to perfectly fit our lives of wild after-parties and pensive train journeys.