Tag Archives: Spotify

How Soundrop Turns Music Discovery into a Social Experience Among Fans and Artists

Imagine yourself discovering a hip new band on Spotify while you chat live with other fans — or even with the band itself. Thanks to Oslo-based music start-up Soundrop, you can do just that. The two-year-old music service provides a … Continue reading

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How Startup F# Makes Spotify Friendly for Brands

Nimble startups continue to change the music industry by capitalizing on the convergence between branding, technology, and entertainment. Case in point: F#, a New York company founded in 2012 with a mission to connect brands, musicians, and fans through playful … Continue reading

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Music Streaming: The Haves and the Have-Nots

In recent days, I have blogged about the vast divide between the music industry elite and the have-nots. Last week I focused on the music elite via my post about Jay Z’s relationship with Samsung. (Jay Z responded defiantly by … Continue reading

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Thom Yorke: Crusader or Crybaby?

I can’t decide whether Thom Yorke is a petulant child, cynical operator, or a hero to artists. Maybe he’s all three. On July 14, Yorke declared war on Spotify, removing from the popular streaming service his solo music and that … Continue reading

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