How to get your music on Spotify? Soon: press an upload button, because Spotify is opening up free distribution to everyone.
Four years in the making, the South African dance music star is putting his activism on the line with a new platform made by and for Africa called GongBox.
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.
Upstart DJ-centered streaming site HearThis.at has added livestreaming support, enabling DJs or podcasters to stream their sounds live and have them recorded automatically.
Unless you're Amazon and the market takes your lack of interest in making a profit with good-hearted cheer, this is a tough time to be selling goods in the music industry. It's even harder...
SoundCloud's monetization program stumbles, as artists and media push back after The Verge published the original artist contract.
Mike Richison's Electo Electro 2020 art installation plays 5 nights a week powered by soundbytes, manipulation and audience voting.
Did you hear Napster is back? It's just another of the dozens of big dumb companies that want to sell you cheap streaming.
"Some of your friends are probably already this fucked." That's how Steve Albini concluded "The Problem with Music", his famous essay breaking down the malevolent economics of the music industry. It analyzed with mathematical precision...
Google Play Music paid artists more than its corporate sibling at YouTube. Maybe that's why it had to die.
All discussion of the "industry standard" on the largest dance music media sites has been paid for by Pioneer itself.