Quick heads up – the team here at Music Feeds have some exciting news to share. We’ve just launched Morning Music Feeds, a new audio news bulletin, delivered fresh each weekday morning.
Every morning between Monday and Friday, you’ll be able to catch all the latest essential Australian and international music news in the form of a brief, punchy audio update on your streaming platform or smart speaker of choice. Headlines are available as audio briefings on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Google Home, Amazon Alexa, and a number of other platforms.
Simply subscribe to Morning Music Feeds on your preferred podcast platform. If you’re listening on a smart speaker, just say “Ok Google, play Morning Music Feeds” or “Alexa, open Morning Music Feeds” on your respective devices. You’ll also be able to play bulletins directly from our website, by streaming via this player here:
The ‘Morning Music Feeds’ launch comes off the back of an exclusive partnership with SpokenLayer, a global digital audio creative studio that specialises in the creation and distribution of short-form audio content in partnership with publishers. This first run of ‘Morning Music Feeds’ shows are exclusively sponsored by McCafé.
“The move into the audio space is a natural one for Music Feeds, which has long been a trusted leader in the Australian music news landscape,” says Evolve Media Australia’s Director, Content & Operations Nastassia Baroni. “The launch of The Morning Music Feeds daily audio bulletin is just part of a wider growth strategy from Evolve Media Australia, which publishes Music Feeds, to bring quality music journalism to a music-loving audience wherever they are consuming information.”
“Not only is the consumer listening now more than ever, but the role in which radio, podcasts, streaming and smart speakers are playing in this space is becoming increasingly more apparent,” adds Evolve Media Australia VP of Brand Partnerships & Operations Susan Jones. “We are excited to be partnering with Spoken Layer and get our quality local and international music news out to a wider audience. And it brings an exciting opportunity for brands to connect with our music-loving audience in a new and dynamic way.”
We’re stoked to be bringing you even more ways to consume quality music journalism about the artists and the issues that matter to you. Morning Music Feeds is already live and streaming with many weeks’ worth of headlines on all of the above platforms – go give it a listen and tell us what you think!