Growing global access to Internet, penetration of smartphones, and the maturity of 5G technology are putting more music in the hands of people around the world.
Kiss will take the stage at the Whisky a Go Go in Los Angeles for a special invitation-only concert for SiriusXM subscribers.
We Stopped Letting Our Kid Listen to Digital Music. You Should Too — www.fatherly.com
In a world of streaming and digital music, we opted to switch our toddler to the record player only. The results have been amazing. Instead of Baby Shark and Raffi, our daughter now only listens to Paul McCartney and Kate Bush.
Sony/ATV’s EMI Production Music Completely Digitizes the Iconic KPM Music Library — www.digitalmusicnews.com
Sony/ATV’s EMI Production Music has completely digitized the KPM Music Library, which includes 30,000 iconic tracks in the catalog.
Streaming Helps Local Acts Chip Away at English-Language Pop — www.bloomberg.com
Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube help make stars out of homegrown talent.
Spotify's Car View helps cut the distractions for drivers — www.engadget.com
Following Spotify’s integration with Google Maps and Waze, the music streaming service is rolling out some in-car controls within its own app. 9to5Google has sp…
Here Are the Artists Who Removed Their R. Kelly Collaborations From Streaming Platforms — time.com
Collaborators of R. Kelly are sounding off on why they’re pulling their music with him from streaming platforms in light of allegations.
The top 5 places to put your music online — routenote.com
Getting your music heard around the world in the 21st century is incredibly easy and when you use RouteNote it’s free too! Here are the best places to get your music heard around the world online.
Maximising radio in the fourth industrial revolution — themediaonline.co.za
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David Lowery's Long-Running Legal Battle Against Napster Is Over — www.digitalmusicnews.com
Rhapsody International has settled the class-action lawsuit brought on by Cracker frontman/songwriter David Lowery against Napster.
Sales of classical music have surged 10 per cent in the past year, driven by the likes of Katherine Jenkins, Andrea Bocelli and royal wedding cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, figures show.