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The company is splitting its iconic app into three parts, according to Craig Federighi at the 2019 World Wide Developer's Conference.
Soulful house with a crack of thunder: T. Williams remixes "Nobody" from Bristol vocalist Javeon.
The company plans to announce next week that iTunes will be discontinued and replaced by three separate apps - TV, Podcasts and Music.
Remastered from original tapes, Strut's "You Remind Me" covers material from jazz, soul & disco singer Patrice Rushen's bountiful 1978 to 1984 Elektra recordings.
Flora FM soaks up three decades of electronic music and makes brilliant ornaments from what's left behind. Chaos Light is out now from Kalahari Oyster Cult.
Disco master John Morales' previously unreleased remixes surface on a DJ Spinna mix some 15 years after they were made and for what would have been the 85th birthday of Marvin Gaye.
Rejected drops an electrifying homage to the sounds of Chicago jack on I'll Take You by Dennis Quin.
Alex Lowes and others pay tribute to Dave Gardner, operations manager of the legendary music festival, founded in 1987.
The Detroit producer showcases "his first exploration into jazz and soul sounds" forged by the late Aretha Franklin.
Dimitri from Paris and Italian supremo DJ Rocca team up for one of the rousing dancefloor anthems of the summer.
DJ Deeon gets a huge spotlight turn on WE HAVE BASS from Drumcode, with blown out vocals and drums that go off like a string of firecrackers.
A YouTube gamer named Mumbo Jumbo received 30 claims a minute from Warner Music Group's publishing arm over non-existent music violations.
"You've Changed" is a disco bomb liable to flatten a room from the shockwaves. It's the lead from the new V/A from Brooklyn weirdos Super Tuff.
"Both at the studio and the club, an EQ is still the most powerful tool we have." The secrets of the sound of Manuel Tur, deep house producer and DJ. His new EP ORGANIC REACH is out now from Freerange.
Because of Madhouse's pedigree as Kerri Chandler's label, that's a name that comes up a lot in write-ups of the label's releases. Black Loops JAH LOVE is one time it's completely deserved.
Eclectic producer, DJ and composer Matthew Herbert plays Spybar in Chicago on May 17.
Here Comes The Night is a sterling addition to the Inner Balance catalog: Nothing missing, nothing out of place, and should have been in your crate yesterday.
Rise & Shine brings together people from multiple continents and it's going to be one of the biggest tracks of this summer and probably the year.
Beatport and SoundCloud are taking the plunge, are you jumping in?
Confidential investor pitch shows PledgeMusic was spending twice what it earned, planned to raise fees to 20% and charge artists for promoting campaigns on their platform.