The Lost Art of Listening: Up Next [Volume 2]

In this second installment of the Lost Art of Listening series, Song Somelier Keith Joplin looks at the continued importance of human curation in an increasingly algorithm driven world. Guest. Continue reading

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Big Sync Music On Providing Data-Driven Music Solutions For Brands

In this set of interviews, we hear from Big Synch Music’s new country managers, as the company works to expand into four new markets, bringing data-driven music solutions to Australia/New. Continue reading

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Pandemic: Digital Music Services Should Accelerate Payments, Liquidate Any Royalty Minimums Being Held

Chris Castle argues that music services are morally obligated to suspend holds on payments, and should instead accelerate payments to artists as they struggle to stay afloat in the ongoing. Continue reading

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Apple Music Inks New Licensing With UMG, Sony, WMG As Spotify Deals Remain Illusive

Apple Music has completed new licensing deals with Universal, Sony and Warner Music. These new deals include the ability for Apple to bundle Apple Music with other digital offerings like. Continue reading

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Symphonic Restores, Rebrands Classic Latin Label Mambo Music

With the Latin music market booming, the timing couldn’t be better for the rebranding and restoration of the Mambo Music company, which has partnered with Symphonic to sort out its. Continue reading

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7 Great Digital Merch Ideas

Although many artists have embraced the digital age when it comes to music, most merch sales remain, for obvious reasons, in the physical realm. Traditional merch is still a significant. Continue reading

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Ex-SiriusXM Program Director Defines A Hit In 2020 plus The Future Of Satellite Radio

Following eight years working in Satellite radio, industry veteran Jackson Bull weighs in on the challenge of defining a “hit” and how his former company was able to carve out. Continue reading

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Finding Artist Growth Patterns With Predictive A&R

A&R has long relied on gut instincts when determining which artists to invest in. But the sheer volume of new music, as well as improvements in data gathering and analysis. Continue reading

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Music Streaming Discovery Match: Serendipity 2, Algorithms 0

Even as the streaming giants continue to pour more and more resources into creating the perfect music ‘discovery’ algorithms for their listeners, good old fashioned serendipity often still seems to. Continue reading

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Why Musicians Should Forget The Numbers, Focus On Making Great Music In 2020

As the music economy has continued to grow and change over the last decade, bands and artists not have more access than ever to metrics and numbers through which they. Continue reading

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