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Category Archives: Streaming Music

Spotify hit with $1.6 billion lawsuit over Rage Against the Machine, Tom Petty, Weezer songs

Posted by on January 2, 2018

If the last few years has taught us anything about consumption of music, it’s that streaming is the preferred method of hearing it. Yet as Spotify, Apple Music,  Tidal, Amazon and more continue to capture the ears and wallets of music lovers everywhere, it’s still kind of the wild west out there when it comes […]

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Metal makes unexpected appearance on Spotify’s year-end charts

Posted by on December 5, 2017

Wondering what the top music of 2017 streamed on Spotify was? Spoiler alert: Ed Sheeran, followed closely by “Despacito.” Not surprising or all that interesting, eh? Spotify have released their Global Year In Music charts, and while there are a lot of the usual suspects in terms of artists and pop songs, things get pretty […]

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Infant Annihilator banned from iTunes, Spotify

Posted by on September 14, 2017

We’ve written about deathcore band Infant Annihilator before, as the band’s self-released album The Elysian Grandeval Galeriarch, charted last year. That’s an impressive for any self-released band, but for a self-released tech/deathcore band, it’s even more impressive. However, if you want to stream their music on Apple Music or Spotify, that’s not happening, as it’s been […]

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Are your days of streaming music for free coming to an end?

Posted by on August 24, 2017

If you want to listen to music from a band without buying their album, you probably do one of two things – look the band/song/album up on YouTube or go to Spotify to check it out without paying anything. And while that’s not going to change just yet, an article suggests that in a few […]

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2016 saw music industry’s first double-digit growth since 1998

Posted by on March 30, 2017

Every now and then a Gene Simmons comes along that seems to think that the music industry is going to be fine if everyone stops streaming music and starts buying CDs again. It’s obvious to just about everyone else that the genie is out of the bottle, and we’re living in a streaming world, however. That […]

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