Music Discovery Is A Burned Out Phrase

By freelance music writer Tyler Hayes (@thealbumproject). Previously only for those seeking out new music, music discovery is now something forced on the average Internet citizen from companies looking to. Continue reading

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Discovering New Music Via Bandcamp

By Tyler Hayes, who runs the music discovery site Nxt Big Thing. Bandcamp is the darling of music services. Providing bands a simple and seamless way to host and sell. Continue reading

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iTunes As A Music Discovery Service

By Tyler Hayes, who runs the music discovery site Nxt Big Thing. iTunes is both a mainstream juggernaut, destroying the competition in market and mind-share, and a great discovery tool,. Continue reading

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MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: The 25% Rule & More

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud   Simon Tam: How Much You Should Ask from Sponsors David Sherbow: SOLVING THE PROBLEM OF NEW MUSIC AND ARTIST DISCOVERY David Roberts:. Continue reading

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Dear Kyle, Music Discovery Is Neither A Lie Nor A Path To Failure

By Paul Lamere, the Director of Developer Platform at The Echo Nest. He blogs at Music Machinery. This week, the usually excellent Hypebot published a post by Kyle Bylin called. Continue reading

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Music Discovery: Whyd, Seevl, YouTube MoodWall

This music discovery roundup is a first for me. I've never been disappointed by three products all in one evening. To Whyd's credit, the only disappointment is that it doesn't. Continue reading

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Indie Artists Moonlight Social on Kickstarter, DIY, & The New Music Industry

Up-and-coming Texas band Moonlight Social, has achieved a lot for a group that formed 10 months ago and has only released a single EP. They performed at SXSW selected by. Continue reading

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Discover New Music: Algorithms Or Your Friends’ Suggestions?

Where do you discover new music? Maybe you heard from a friend about a new band or discovered new music through services like Pandora. Traditionally, the record labels were the. Continue reading

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