Record labels have long wanted it, and Spotify is said to be planning a new test of higher monthly subscription rates in Scandinavia.
Google Play Music paid artists more than its corporate sibling at YouTube. Maybe that's why it had to die.
Campaigns suspended, staff abused and a returning co-founder must be wondering what he got himself into: welcome to PledgeMusic 2019, one of the most bizarre corporate death spirals in the industry.
How to get your music on Spotify? Soon: press an upload button, because Spotify is opening up free distribution to everyone.
Instead of the long-desired hardware revision, Roland has put the TB-303 into the cloud as part of the 303 day festivities.
French-based streamer Qobuz entered the US market earlier this year and has cut their highest end, high resolution audio tier.
Video giant Zoom introduces paid ticketing and other online tools for users in the US. And they aren't charging a fee for it.
A week ago, a rumor spread through the industry press that Apple planned to "stop selling music by 2018." It was bullshit (not least of all because the incredibly secretive company would sooner set...