Go you good thing.
They want to shove more homegrown music into your ear holes.
Stream, baby. Stream.
Things are coming up Milhouse for the Australian music industry
Revenue from vinyl sales has also trumped that made by YouTube, according to RIAA’s annual report.
A new challenger appears. Facebook is reportedly set to throw its hat to the ring with Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal and the rest by launching its own music streaming service. Music Ally reports that the social networking giant is currently in talks with labels over “the ad-supported monetisation of music videos”, which it will follow-up
It’s actually happening — beloved Aussie rockers AC/DC have finally agreed to have their music available on music streaming platforms such as Spotify, Rdio and Apple Music. Music Feeds can confirm that Acca Dacca’s discography is now available to stream on Spotify. As Time reports, the catalogue will soon be available on other services such
If you like your morning coffee with a side of near-absurd puffery then you’re in luck, because Jay Z just launched his new high quality streaming service ‘Tidal’ alongside, oh, just every musician ever, really, and described it in the kind of hyperbolic prose that even Oprah would probably call “a bit much”. Beyonce, Madonna,
“If Beyonce, Jay Z, Madonna, Kanye, Nicki Minaj, Coldplay, Daft Punk and Jack White told you to jump off a bridge would you do it?!?” – your Mum right now, probably. The social media accounts of some of the world’s biggest musicians have simultaneously turned a shade of aquamarine blue this afternoon as Skynet finally