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Asia-Pacific Primed for Electronic Music Explosion

Hisham Dahud - artist, producer, and the Digital Strategey Director of Fame House Without a doubt, electronic music culture has exploded to almost unfathomable heights. With roots in North America, a longtime embrace and sustained culture in Europe, and subsequent resurgence back in the United States, the sounds of this culture are now being heard and felt all the ...


Music Marketing in the Modern Era

By Mike Gendel. As 2014 comes to a close, musicians can find little to be optimistic about. The decline in sales continues and it appears that the only album that will have platinum sales this year will be Taylor Swift’s 1989. By this time last year, we had only five platinum releases and according to some, none ...


TuneCore Surveys Indie Artists and Label Management on Current State of the Music Industry

1,112 members of the TuneCore community responded to the survey they dispersed asking indie artists and label management about the current state of the music industry. The industry has been and is continuing to rapidly evolve and as those changes take place, artists are both challenged and expected to keep up. TuneCore posed the survey looking ...


Where Creativity Thrives: BitTorrent Users Show Appreciation and Dedication to the Arts

BitTorrent has tasked themselves with the building of a sustainable ecosystem for artists and fans alike. Fostering a community where fans can connect directly with artists and vice versa, BitTorrent demonstrated their commitment to sustainable art with the launch of BitTorrent Bundles, a publishing project that allows fans to access content via a key that becomes ...


How Long Do We Listen to a Song?

By Bobby Owsinski on Music 3.0 We now live in a world where it's really easy to skip a song that we're listening to if we're not satisfied. This is a revelation of sorts because it wasn't always that way on a personal level in the days of vinyl and even CDs, and of course it's still like ...


Spotify Royalties Now Exceed iTunes Payments in More Markets

Music publisher Kobalt has released new stats which show that its writers’ European earnings from Spotify have overtaken those from iTunes. Royalties collected from Spotify’s streaming service in Q1 2014 were 13% higher than those from the iTunes download store in the EU. These numbers says as much about the decline in digital music sales as they ...


The Vinyl Revival [infographic]

Vinyl is making an impressive comeback in the digital download era of music consumption. Laura Creed, of Superfi has done quite a bit of research into the resurgence of vinyl, it's popularity, and what it could mean for today's music industry. The proof is in the infographic - today's average consumer is choosing digital, but the ...


Orchestras Create New Opportunities as the Old World Slowly Fades

Classical music orchestras face many challenges these days. Season subscriptions are dropping and a shift to promoting individual events and exploring alternatives seems to be the order of the day. At this point none of the challenges are a surprise but a number of orchestras are showing they still have some new moves. The Royal Shakespeare ...



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