TIDAL Denies Streaming Fraud, But Not Late Payments

Just days after it was reported that Beyoncé and Kanye West's TIDAL streaming stats had been manipulated with hundreds of millions of false plays, the music streamer denied the claim. Continue reading

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Consumers Demand Adidas Sever Ties With Kanye West

A new petition on Care2 is calling for Adidas to severe ties with Kanye West following comments made during a recent interview with TMZ in which the rapper expressed his. Continue reading

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ABBA Reunites For New Recording

It only took 35 years of coaxing, but ABBA has decided to reunite, and that means playing together again, onstage.  The performance, however, will be for two songs and in. Continue reading

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Roger Waters Helms A Musical Resistance

In the wake of the political and social turmoil which currently grips the United States has caused a number of artists to use their music as way of speaking out,. Continue reading

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280 Is The New 140: Twitter To Double Character Limit

News came late yesterday that Twitter was doubling its character limit to 280. Various sources call it a test, a beta and a slow rollout. But whatever the pace of. Continue reading

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23 Top Music Organizations Sign Letter On NAFTA Talks Demanding Protections For All Creators

President Trump has forced the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico; and included in that negotiation are important copyright and intellectual property provisions.

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Apocalypse Or Not: Top 5 Bands In North Korea Right Now

Although the headlines have been recently dominated with the news that North Korea now has the ability to reach the United States with a nuclear missile, this article approaches things. Continue reading

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President’s Committee On the Arts and Humanities Resign En Masse

The entirety of the President's Committee On the Arts and Humanities tendered their resignation on Friday in protest of President Donald Trump's qualified criticism of the violence in Charlottesville last. Continue reading

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SoundExchange Is Distributing SiriusXm Settlement Funds For Pre-1972 Recordings

SoundExchange has began distributing proceeds to featured and non-featured performers of a SiriusXM legal settlement for use of sound recordings that were created prior to February 15, 1972.

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REWIND: The New Music Industry’s Week In Review

In a week that included a lot of rocky political action, as well the kick off of SXSW, we're looking at some of the industry highlights from the past seven. Continue reading

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