Bitcoin, Blockchain Technology Info: What’s Its Value to Music Industry? — www.billboard.com
Suddenly, a business that has spent the last decade making it more convenient to pay for its products is experimenting with digital cryptocurrencies that are technologically innovative, mathematically secure, and actually fairly inconvenient to use. What is to be done?
Smart speakers are going to change the game for music. Without a visual interface, how are you going to get your music to people? How are you going to stay top of mind? It’s like a new age of radio, but this time it’s personalised.
Why Can’t I Stream Aaliyah? Late R&B Singer’s Discography Still Locked Down by Her Uncle — www.newsweek.com
The beloved R&B singer would have been 39 this year.
Sweden Makes Music: How Diversity, Education and Tech Propel Swedish Artists Onto the World Stage — www.billboard.com
Sweden may be a small country — roughly the same size as California, with just one-quarter of that state’s population — but its artistic community has been a dominating force on the Billboard charts for decades.
Why Visa, California Closets and more are rethinking audio.
Prior to a panel discussion at CES, Pandora’s Susan Panico discussed building compelling, contextualized experiences for a voice-first world.
Nipsey Hussle Breaks Down His Streaming Revenue, Endorses Tidal — www.hotnewhiphop.com
In the streaming service debate, Nipsey Hussle endorses Tidal.
Watch out Spotify, Amazon Prime Music is hot on your tail for popularity — routenote.com
Who is the big dog in music streaming right now? You’d all say Spotify right? Well look out because Amazon Prime Music is coming up on them quickly.
If video killed the radio star, then streaming services continued to beat the corpse.
Qobuz’s 24-bit Music Streaming Service Will Arrive Stateside In 2018 — www.ubergizmo.com
There are some who are particular about their the audio quality when it comes to listening to music, which is why many audiophiles tend to snub their…
Spotify tells label story with Warp Records ‘history lesson’ — musically.com
To the list of ‘surprising things we’ve seen on Facebook in 2018’ we can now add ‘Nightmares on Wax talking about the early days of Warp Records’.