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johnny d

probably because artists don't get paid.


I can't speak for the band, obviously, but I know their managers are big fans of Spotify and the like.


Spotify manages to get away with paying about .00001 cents per play (I know because my music is on it). It's essentially stealing - why it's legal is beyond me.


(Stealing, assuming the artists charge for their music)

Nathan H

0.00001?! out of interest how did you put your music on Spotify?


That's not what they pay your distributor. Enough said,...

ben g

it is on Spotify, but only in the search results if you search for Spotify, not actually on Radiohead's band page. perhaps just a Spotify glitch

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