After many months of bitching and moaning from music fans, the craze that has swept over Europe is finally crossing the Atlantic and coming to the United States. Spotify is poised and ready to rule the streaming music space worldwide. Launching in the U.S. is definitely a big victory for the company, and personally I cannot wait to give the service a try.
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Indie music promotion strategies are mostly the same as the music promotion techniques used by major artists. The main difference, however, is that indie musicians do not have the financial resources at their disposal that the major record labels do.
As an indie artist, you may not get your music advertised to millions via the various forms of offline media, such as in a TV, radio or magazine. You might not even be able to afford your own CDs to sell at gigs. But, the good news is that no matter how limited your resources, you can still reach a large audience and make good money using indie music promotion strategies on the web.
In an effort to stay afloat amongst it’s other cloud competitors, Amazon is running an offer that sounds very enticing to music junkies like myself. For users who sign up for a paid storage plan (the plans start at $20 a year for 20GB ), they will also receive unlimited storage for MP3 and AAC music files. This means that those files won’t count towards their storage cap, which is pretty awesome for people like me who have enormous music collections.
I have been hearing a lot of great things about this new music startup, and decided to give it a try yesterday morning. It’s the following morning at the time of writing this, and I’m officially hooked.
Saw this on hypebot a few days ago, and it caught my attention. Are we experiencing another tech bubble? I’m inclined to say not yet, but if things keep going like this then we are definitely headed down that path again…
Color.com raised $41 million dollars to develop a creepy photo sharing app? REALLY?
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