Here’s a bold statement right from the start: Stockholm is the MusicTech capital of the world. MusicTech is the simply intersection of Music and Tech – it could be anything from music streaming to music production hardware and software. Besides the obvious MusicTech leader Spotify which is based in Stockholm, there are a number of other well-known, and maybe not-so-well known, companies that have roots in Stockholm. Have a look at the infograph below. How many of the apps do you recognize? Did you know they are all created (or co-created) by Swedes? Let’s look at them one by one. Spotify
40 million songs, albums and artists available - how nice? Streaming allows you to get a grasp at the biggest music collections in the world. The only thing is that you would need centuries to listen to all of it. Getting access doesn’t mean knowing what to do with it. How are we making music discovery more & more efficient at Deezer?
Those tickets to Lollapalooza weren't cheap, and they didn't even come with red carpet-style perks that could help turn the upcoming Chicago show with Metallica and Paul McCartney into a cushy, content-rich VIP experience. Bud Light empathizes, festival fans.
Holy shit, Netflix. After reporting strong subscription growth and better-than-expected second-quarter profit, Netflix went on a tear today, spiking around 18 percent in regular trading. The company is also up after hours.
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