Posts Tagged ‘Streaming Music Services’

Another One Bites The Dust

Over the last thee to four years, we’ve seen a handful of forward thinking sites try to pull the industry in a new direction. One of the larger ones being lala.com. The early concept: Trade cd’s with people, legally. Put up a want list, and a have list, and just trade discs with people, for […]

Are You the “Starving-Artist” Type?

The last couple of days have presented some interesting articles in regards to money distribution for digital sales & streams. While on the surface, up-and-coming player Spotify seems like a great source for users (and attempting to curb illegal downloading), it appears there’s more to it than meets the eye. While I fully support the […]

Well, That Was Fast…

It seems like only yesterday that I was sitting on stage, touting the amazing website, Last.Fm. OH WAIT. IT WAS. To further our point about the state of flux the industry is in, I awoke today to read that the great Last.fm will be changing their policies. In the words of the late Butt-head: “This […]