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Whitecat 2 days ago 11:02 PM
Back in the loop: why cassette tapes became fashionable again | Music | The Guardian

Magnetic ribbon for format once the preserve of police interviews is in short supply

Whitecat 3 days ago 05:46 PM
Madonna Sued by Fans Over Late Concert Start Times | Consequence of Sound

Several Madonna fans have joined forces to sue the pop singer over the start times for her "Madame X Tour"

Whitecat 4 days ago 12:31 PM
When a Guitar Lesson Becomes Controversial | OZY

In the smartphone era, anyone who dreams of being a rock star can download instructional apps such as Yousician, ChordBank and Fender Play, or spin up any number of YouTube tutorials on how to cover the classics and look the part doing it.

Whitecat 4 days ago 10:58 AM
Tegan And Sara Shut Down Warner Records Merch Site Due To “Unacceptable”

Tegan and Sara are pulling the plug on their Warner Records merchandise site, citing a "huge backlog" on orders that they claim is affecting all of the label's

Whitecat 4 days ago 10:33 AM
Spotify's music upload deadline for the holiday period - RouteNote Blog

This holiday period make sure that your music makes it live in time for the new year and festivities and upload before Spotify’s deadline.

Whitecat 4 days ago 10:47 PM
Children in Need boss 'saddened' by charity album's chart exclusion - BBC News

A charity album featuring Jodie Whittaker and Olivia Colman is removed from the main UK album chart.

Whitecat 5 days ago 10:52 PM
Deezer launches dedicated podcast feature | Digital | Music Week

The new feature helps audio fans quickly discover relevant podcasts, radio and specialised talk content.

Whitecat 1 week ago 11:28 AM
Kanye West's $55 Sunday Service brunch draws Fyre Fest comparisons

Kanye West‘s Sunday Service has come under fire after images of an extremely paltry-looking brunch, reportedly selling for $55 a plate, were posted on social media.

Whitecat 1 week ago 10:59 AM
Prince accused music industry of "ramming" Katy Perry and Ed Sheeran "

Prince wasn't a fan of Ed Sheeran and Katy Perry , unearthed letters from the late music icon have revealed.

Whitecat 1 week ago 12:02 PM
Which is the best streaming service for supporting artists? | Technology | The Guardi

Robert still listens to MP3s but wants wants to know which music service pays artists best

Whitecat 1 week ago 07:53 PM
What Makes Music Enjoyable? It’s Complex, But Measurable

Scientists know a lot about your favorite song. People tend to prefer music that has a certain combination of predictable and unpredictable elements, and scientists have now found a way to express that predictability in a mathematical way.

Whitecat 2 weeks ago 02:09 PM
Taylor Swift returns to US court after appeal over copyright lawsuit | Music | The Gu

Swift and two other songwriters are accused of taking lyrics from a song by girl group 3LW for her hit Shake It Off

Whitecat 2 weeks ago 11:07 AM
New report claims post-Brexit drop in music tourism could cost the UK economy hundred

A new report titled The Birmingham Live Music Project has revealed Brexit-related concerns voiced by policymakers, academics, industry figures and media representatives during a one day event held in Birmingham earlier this year. You can read a breakdown of its findings here...

Whitecat 2 weeks ago 12:21 PM
Spotify revenue beats as more paid subscribers tune in, shares rise | Article [AMP

Spotify Technology SA's (SPOT.N) quarterly revenue beat Wall Street expectations on Monday, as the music streaming company added more-than-expected paid subscribers for its premium service.

Whitecat 2 weeks ago 12:45 PM
Musicians Call for Amazon Boycott Over Tech Giant’s ICE Contracts – Rolli

Over 100 musicians signed an open letter calling for an Amazon boycott until the company ends its contracts with ICE.

Whitecat 2 weeks ago 12:59 AM
Grammys organizer gives artists a metadata gold mine to credit unrecognized music wor

The Recording Academy, the professional association that puts on the Grammy Awards, has launched a new campaign that it’s calling Behind the Record. It’s dedicated to helping spread awareness to various musicians, engineers, and other artists who contribute to popular music but often go unrecognized by the broader culture. As part of this campaign, the Recording Academy has partnered with Australian music metadata and authentication company Jaxsta.

Whitecat 2 weeks ago 11:57 AM
Coldplay and Selena Gomez: How two music releases reflect a changing industry - BBC N

Coldplay's use of newspaper ads to reveal their tracklist harks back to a time before social media.

Whitecat 2 weeks ago 08:24 AM
It’s official: Guns N’ Roses’ November Rain is the most-viewed rock video of al

Vevo has recently delved into its analytics to compile a list of the world’s most-viewed rock videos, in celebration of its 10th anniversary.

Whitecat 2 weeks ago 09:02 AM
Coldplay use classified ads in local papers to reveal new album tracks | Music | The

Band reveal details of double album Sunrise and Sunset among ads for bales of hay and whitegoods

Whitecat 2 weeks ago 07:27 AM
Artists quitting music business due to abuse and sexism, says union | Sexual harassme

Musicians’ Union survey shows almost half its 31,000 members have faced harassment at work

The Press Desk 3 weeks ago 03:31 PM
Transgressive Records: 'We've never gone bankrupt, so we must be doing something righ

We go behind-the-scenes, on stage and on the search for new talent with one of UK's biggest independent labels.

Whitecat 3 weeks ago 03:19 PM
Elton John app lets concert audiences mix his music - BBC News

A device which lets the audience choose which instruments they hear at a concert has been created.

Whitecat 3 weeks ago 12:05 PM
Library Music Is Changing the Sampling Game In Hip-Hop - DJBooth

Library music has changed the very way that hip-hop approaches one of its oldest and riskiest tenets: sampling.

Whitecat 3 weeks ago 09:45 PM
Cassette Tape Production Delayed by Oxide Shortage

A shortage of gamma ferric oxide means the National Audio Company, leading producer of cassette tapes, can’t keep up with cassette demand this year.

The Press Desk 3 weeks ago 01:16 PM
‘We're in a Robin Hood position’: how TV music supervisors boost new artists | Mu

Streaming services are pouring money into finding the right tracks for their shows – and sometimes, obscure is best

Whitecat 3 weeks ago 09:02 PM
Lizzo hit by second plagiarism claim over No 1 hit Truth Hurts | Music | The Guardian

Producer Justin Raisen says hit single shares melody, lyrics and chords with Healthy, co-written with Lizzo – after Mina Lioness claims ‘bitch’ lyric was hers

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 06:34 PM
Gary Glitter Won't Get Royalties From 'Joker,' But Studio May Remove The Controversia

A scene in the new Joker movie is soundtracked by "Rock And Roll Part 2," a 1972 song by Gary Glitter. Its inclusion has faced criticism because the British

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 08:35 PM
Deafening cinema sound is ruining films, claims Hugh Grant | Film | The Guardian

Star’s complaint to Vue has provoked an outpouring of disgruntled filmgoers

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 08:59 PM
Cassette tape production delayed due to global shortage of materials

While growing demand has been great for business it has also resulted in production delays

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 07:31 PM
Christmas season off to a rocky start as Dollywood sued over Charlie Brown song copyr

If you’re looking for an unusually festive place to celebrate Christmas this year, may we suggest Pigeon Forge, Tennessee? The fabled home of Dollywood, named for country legend Dolly Parton, offers holiday celebrations at the Titanic museum, a Christmas In The Smokies Bluegrass Festival, breakfast with Santa, a parade of many colors, and other plentiful holly-strewn elements of Dollywood’s Smokey Mountain Christmas. These events also include dinner theatre (naturally), and that’s where the looming presence of legislation is already Grinch-ing up the place.

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 01:59 PM
Why Is the World So Loud? - The Atlantic

The tech industry is producing a rising din. Our bodies can’t adapt.

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 09:32 AM
HMV to open Europe's biggest entertainment store in Birmingham | Business | The Guard

HMV Vault will stock 80,000 CDs and 25,000 vinyls and host bands, DJs and screenings

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 09:19 PM
Make Your Own Vinyl Records With the $1,100 Phonocut | WIRED

The Phonocut is an at-home vinyl lathe, allowing anyone with a digital audio file and a dream to cut a 10-inch record.

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 12:38 PM
Labels 'nervous' about Apple Music & TV+ subscription bundle plan - rep

Some record labels are reportedly concerned about the idea of Apple potentially bundling its music streaming service and recently-announced TV+ video service for a single monthly fee.

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 07:20 PM
This is where Apple Music is headed in 2020 | WIRED UK

The future of music streaming is radio, but not as we know it. Here's what next for Apple Music, according to Oliver Schusser and Zane Lowe

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 09:05 AM
'It's a new golden age': Radio 3 launches video game music show | Games | The Guardia

Presenter Jessica Curry says she wants to prove it’s not all about soundtracking battle scenes – there are plenty of beautiful, relaxing sounds, too

Whitecat 4 weeks ago 10:37 PM
That Music You’re Dancing To? It’s Code - The New York Times

Collectives in cities around the world are bringing computer languages to the club.

Whitecat 8th October 2019 07:12 PM
Record Store Day 'Black Friday' announced with exciting new releases

Record Store Day‘s organisers have announced a special Black Friday event, taking place next month, alongside a selection of big-name releases to mark the day.

Whitecat 8th October 2019 07:20 AM
Apple Officially Discontinues iTunes In New Mac Update - Stereogum

It’s time to bid farewell to iTunes, the once-revolutionary program that made online music sales mainstream and effectively blunted the impact of piracy

Whitecat 4th October 2019 09:36 PM
Emily Zamourka: Homeless singer dubbed 'subway soprano' offered record deal after vir

A homeless woman who went viral after she was filmed singing opera in a Los Angeles subway has reportedly been offered a record deal. Emily Zamourka, as she has been identified, was shown performing Puccini’s “O mio babbino caro” in a video tweeted by LAPD HQ last week.

Whitecat 4th October 2019 09:17 PM
The Beatles' Abbey Road returns to number one 50 years on - BBC News

The Beatles' album sets a new record for the longest gap between appearances at number one.

Whitecat 4th October 2019 03:21 PM
Every second counts: Why songs are getting shorter and what it means for the music bi

Shortening attention spans and streaming skip buttons have seen the average length of the biggest hits drop dramatically over the last decade. What does that mean for songwriting and the music business? Music Week investigates...

Whitecat 4th October 2019 01:34 PM
Profits at Spotify's UK division climbed by 95% in 2018

Profits at Spotify’s UK division jumped by more than 95% to £6.8m in 2018.

Whitecat 3rd October 2019 10:44 PM
No-deal Brexit may make touring Europe 'unviable' for UK artists | Music | The Guardi

Bands, theatre groups and sports clubs could be badly hit by need for visas, carnets and documents

Whitecat 30th September 2019 12:25 PM
YouTube Music app to replace Google Play Music on Android | Science & Tech News | Sky

Google's music streaming apps have performed much worse than those from rivals, despite Android's hold over the mobile market.

Whitecat 27th September 2019 03:37 PM
Robert Fripp Battles With David Bowie’s Estate Over Credits – Variety

Guitarist Robert Fripp is in a dispute with David Bowie’s estate over what he feels is improper credit on the late singer’s albums.

Whitecat 27th September 2019 10:22 AM
Why Are Recording Professionals Working For Free? | Headliner Magazine

Whether it’s due to doing a favour or being held to ransom, the facts don’t lie: recording professionals are not being paid for their work.

Whitecat 26th September 2019 05:14 PM
Column: How the rise of streaming might turn Hollywood musicians into an endangered s

As streaming takes over the entertainment production world, musicians are being left behind.

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