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Name that killer tune: why today’s TV dramas thrive on musical mystery | Music | The Guardian

Name that killer tune: why today’s TV dramas thrive on musical mystery | Music | The Guardian | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Original scores are fast giving way to obscure existing tracks, propelling their makers to sudden stardom
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Cécile Rap-Veber named Chief Executive Officer at Sacem, David El Sayegh promoted to Deputy CEO

Cécile Rap-Veber named Chief Executive Officer at Sacem, David El Sayegh promoted to Deputy CEO | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Rap-Veber is the first woman to become CEO of Sacem since its creation in 1851…
Wayne Bearden's curator insight, March 22, 1:36 AM

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Its amazing the music company Sacem, has its first woman as CEO this year. Sacem was founded in 1851 amongst music lovers. It brought the approach from starting from the bottom, working hard enough to reach the top.

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‘TikTok is running everything.’

‘TikTok is running everything.’ | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Frank Harris on how Jason Derulo reinvented himself on TikTok - and the keys to building a billion dollar brand
Darrius Smith's curator insight, February 19, 10:27 PM

An artist on TikTok can release a song and have their life changed overnight, a catchy hook and a choreographed dance can make that difference. Platforms like TikTok make it easier for artists to stay independent.

 

The Music Business Worldwide website was launched in 2017 by Music Week Editor Tim Ingham. Music Business Worldwide also has partnerships with Business Insider and Rollingstone

joshuawhite732@gmail.com's curator insight, March 20, 3:35 PM

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 The music industry has, understandably, become rather obsessed with TikTok. There is all types of music on TikTok. Jason Derulo currently has 49.4m followers on TikTok, making him the world’s 13th biggest content creator on the platform. Derulo had meetings with labels and they all said he was talented, but they also said he needs to develop his self. 

 

*TikTok is trending right now and it's crazy that they are creating anything that comes to their mind. Everybody wants to make dance videos, many people blew up off making dance videos. 

Julie Ann Martinez's curator insight, May 20, 4:36 PM
Together they found after not being signed for many years he found success with this new social media app called TIK TOK. Millions of people post content to  get famous whether just dancing to a famous artists song  or like these artist looking for more fame and to get publicly known!
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SCENES East African Underground Soundcloud Series

SCENES East African Underground Soundcloud Series | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
SoundCloud’s Latest Episode of “SCENES” Spotlights East African Underground Music: Along with an all-new compilation album release from the music collective, Nyege Nyege.
Yazmin Perez's curator insight, September 19, 2021 6:45 PM
Hypebeast article shows how the underground music works with artist in East Africa with wonderful History.



*This article informs us about how great Sound Clouds is a good platform for us in the music community and especially for East Africa, which has good musicians. There's also a group debuting a fantastic new compilation. I went there page their sound is very different. I give this article a 10/10 to read it very different and exciting and check out their YouTube channel. But a lot of feel this in the best because it dangerous for there culture.
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YouTube Music Unveils Its 'Foundry' Indie Class of 2021

YouTube Music Unveils Its 'Foundry' Indie Class of 2021 | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Sinead Harnett, Snail Mail, Ambar Lucid, Paris Texas and 23 other acts are members of YouTube Music’s Foundry Class of 2021, which focuses on independent artists. This year’s class is the largest t…
Yazmin Perez's curator insight, September 19, 2021 4:27 PM
Jem Aswad explains and shows YouTube Music Unveils Indie Class of 2021 and why their sounds unique independently of their artists.




*This Article Show about the found indie artists of 2021 on YouTube which is fascinating for how artists can be now discovered because of a platform and become huge stars. It show and describes the musicians work and music video which great for the indie artists in the article it helps to expand their music. It's called Youtube Music's Foundry's Class of 2021 in total of 27 artist and they have different styles of music but there in one community which the indie industry which good for them. But will help them achieve there goal of becoming larger in there platform.
LaNique Williams's curator insight, October 17, 2021 1:52 PM

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I loved this article because indies are definitely on the rise. I love the independent lane because you never know which direct good music may come from. You're left with only openmindness and anticipation of the next hit song from an artist you never heard of.

 

* My source came from variety.com, I retrieved it directly off of Scoop.it so, I"m confident in the source. I 

 

* I believe this source is an major informational resource for the industry professionals because it"s a constant and direct site filled with blogs and information as it becomes available. People love to be the first to know anything and everything. And since knowledge is power, the becomes the information.

Mari P's curator insight, October 17, 2021 7:27 PM

Youtube Music has released this years class of upcoming independent artists and this is the biggest class there has been. There are 27 artists from 14 different countries. Since they were selected they will have support from Youtube in growing their music and content. This is good in order to help each artist grow and promote their content so they will remain independent instead of signing a contract to a label.

Variety.com is reliable because it has been around for many years and is well known and respected in the Media world when it comes to news. They have even won awards for being the best news reporting.

 

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MPs call for ‘complete reset’ of music streaming to protect artists | Music streaming | The Guardian

MPs call for ‘complete reset’ of music streaming to protect artists | Music streaming | The Guardian | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Committee calls for investigation into whether competition in the recorded music market is being distorted
Contrae Rogers's curator insight, December 12, 2021 4:59 PM

Talking about how the music industry and streaming sources for example like tik tok have helped out so much with the past decade but has now started to impact in a major way they are taking huge snouts of money from companies and artists sent benifiting money wise as much as they used to 

Wanda Cooper's curator insight, February 17, 8:41 AM

Looking into different ways the industry has changed as far as royalties and payments to artists 

Darrius Smith's curator insight, February 19, 10:31 PM

The streaming services are "taking advantage" of artists. The streaming numbers and the revenue generated aren't adding up, some believe artists should be making more money per stream.

 

The Guardian is a British daily newspaper. It was founded in 1821 as The Manchester Guardian, and changed its name in 1959. Along with its sister papers The Observer and The Guardian Weekly, The Guardian is part of the Guardian Media Group, owned by the Scott Trust

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#LetTheMusicMove: 200 British Artists Call On Government To Save EU Touring

#LetTheMusicMove: 200 British Artists Call On Government To Save EU Touring | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Pollstar, The Voice of Live Entertainment for over 38 years, provides the most up-to-date, relevant and useful data available for the global concert industry, delivering an unmatched archive of live entertainment data, a focus on editorial excellence, and the most powerful metrics of entertainment industry success available anywhere.
allen johnson's curator insight, November 14, 2021 11:02 PM
In my opinion I believed that the government rules that are made for UK artists is entirely uncalled for especially with most of them trying to rise up quick in the industry. They shouldn't be limited to do anything they want to accomplished.
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Apple is turning Shazam into an API for other apps

Apple is turning Shazam into an API for other apps | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Apple is hoping Shazam will be powering a number of third-party apps through its new ShazamKit framework.
Jahmil McLune's curator insight, October 20, 2021 8:44 PM
Apple is planning on using Shazamkit Framework multi-purposely in third party applications. This could be used outside of just identifying music brand instead for seeing who’s listening to what for artist campaigns.
Musically has been publishing news about how technology affects the music industry since 2002.
Bria watson's curator insight, December 11, 2021 11:46 AM

I use Shazam everyday. I think this is incredible. Most of my music in apple library come off Shazam’s. I’ve seen celebrities use Shazam on Instagram live videos where somebody is listening to a song and they want to know who’s it by. This is also a good way to find new artist to listen to and add to your daily playlist. I’m a indie artist and I’ve seen my songs Shazam over 50 times and I’ve gained a lot of new daily and monthly listeners. Apple is winning big with this.

Jalen Pearson's curator insight, January 25, 2:13 PM
IN THIS SELECTION, APPLE HEIGHTENS THE PURPOSE OF THE RESOURCEFUL SHAZAM APP. BY DOING SO, IT WILL AMPLIFY THE INTERFACE OF MANY OTHER APPS WE STRAM ON DAY TO DAY. 

*THE REPRECUSSIONS OF APPLE COMPLETING THIS ACTION WILL NOT ONLY MAKE STRAEMING MORE PROFITABLE. BUT MAKE THE CONSUMER BROWSE ADDITONAL CONTENTS THROUGH UPDATED INFORMATION.  
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Youth Music to launch fund for young music entrepreneurs

Youth Music to launch fund for young music entrepreneurs | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Dasmond Beene's curator insight, October 25, 2021 12:29 AM
My opinion is that we should continuously support the youth of tomorrow. In the inner cities youth programs for music industry should set up, but I am thankful of the individuals in the world that want to contribute to the youth of the music industry being heard. 


The source is an individual whom works on the updates of the music industry and one whom has a few articles posted on the blog already. I am confident the information posted can be trusted due to everything the world has shown on social media and the social networks. 
allen johnson's curator insight, November 14, 2021 11:17 PM
I believe this is a great launch for young future  music entrepreneurs to have a starter kit to start their journey on any music they trying to accomplished. Especially that way most of them will not have to pay out of pocket for most things for their music.
Bria watson's curator insight, December 11, 2021 11:50 AM

This is absolutely amazing. It’s a lot of young kids /teenagers who are interested in perusing a career in music. My niece for one is definitely into music and I think in my opinion this is definitely what she needs to kick start her career. Making a difference in the industry as a young person goes a long way. So many young people don’t get that chance. A lot of them do but a lot more of them don’t. I think the youth will change the world a lot with this. At least the next generation coming up will be inspired for sure.

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Quincy Jones Is Backing a New NFT Marketplace Designed for Music Fans

Quincy Jones Is Backing a New NFT Marketplace Designed for Music Fans | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Jones, Whitney Houston, TLC, Doja Cat, John Legend, and more will release collections on the environmentally friendlier OneOf platform, which is scheduled to launch in June
Jalen Pearson's curator insight, January 25, 2:32 PM
IN THIS SELECTION, QUINCY JONES AND MANY OTHER PROFESIONAL ARTISTS EXPERIMENTS WITH NON-FUNGIBLE TOKENS. CREATING MUSICAL ART FOR FANS TO ENJOY. THE FANS CAN NOW BE ENTERTAINED FROM THE NFT WORLD BY THEIR FAVORITE ARTISTS. 

*UPON MUSICAL ARTISTS ALL JOINING THIS NEW MARKETPLACE, IT HAS MANY PERKS FOR ARTISTS IN THE INDUSTRY HAVING TROUBLE OR LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION IN THE CORRCT AREAS. 
Darrius Smith's curator insight, February 19, 9:24 PM

A new, easy to use platform for artists to release their art or NFT'S to fans. Oneof will be expected to release some time in June with plenty of planned 'Big Name' releases set in place. Oneof will also cater to artist who are still early on in their career by having a 'Spot Light' section on the platform that will promote artists. Oneof is said to be more efficient than Bitcoin and Ethereum.

 

Rollingstone is a monthly magazine that focuses on music, popular culture, and politics. First published in 1967 and today is currently owned by Penske Media Corporation.

Will Smith's curator insight, May 18, 6:45 PM
Many well known artists are preparing to drop collections of their work in a more fan affordable NFT marketplace called OneOf. Instead of running off of first generation "proof of work" Ethereum blockchain like most marketplaces OneOf will use more recent generation of blockchain that operates from "proof of stake" called Tezos. To also be more friendly for younger an and less crypto savvy fans OneOf will accept credit cards. All this making the initial cost more affordable for artists who may not have the financial backing or crypto expertise to get into other marketplaces.
*Rolling Stone was founded in San Francisco, California, in 1967 by Jann Wenner and the music critic Ralph J. Gleason and since been a reliable publication source for music and politics pertaining to. 
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Sound Mind: Music Artists Are Amplifying The Mental Health Conversation

Sound Mind: Music Artists Are Amplifying The Mental Health Conversation | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
The third incarnation of Sound Mind rolls into southern California on May 20, and as the world continues to cope with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the music festival created to spark dialog around mental health support is hitting differently than in past years.
Dylan Lewandowski's curator insight, October 16, 2021 9:52 PM

It is great that the music industry tons of artist and workers speak or bring awareness to whatever they maybe facing at the time.Mental illness is a big one plenty of rappers have brought attention to it by talking about it.

Japhet Miranda's curator insight, October 16, 2021 11:35 PM

Music artists are bringing attention to the topic of mental health in the music industry. Mind Music expects to have thousands of attendants that may bring some benefit to NAMI, which provides services for people that may be facing mental health issues. This assistance has been the answer to many artists that were struggling to reinvent themselves.

 

*Forbes is an American business magazine owned by Integrated Whale Media Investments and the Forbes family. It is released eight times a years and includes original articles on finance, investing, and marketing topics.

LaNique Williams's curator insight, October 17, 2021 2:35 PM

M.Williams Insight:

For me, this was just and fun and informational article. That brings awareness to mental health and creates campaigns to help people suffering from some of these issues. 

 

* My source came from www.forbes.com . Very reliable source. Forbes been around since the beginning as well and could be considered a cornerstone informational site.

 

* This is definitely and major source for information and one of the most reliable and thorough.

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'Post-Pandemic Touring' LAMC Panel Recap

'Post-Pandemic Touring' LAMC Panel Recap | New Music Industry | Scoop.it

From ticket pricing to livestreaming, 'Post-Pandemic Touring' panelists at the 2021 LAMC talked about the future of the live industry, which was put on pause by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Devon Oates's curator insight, October 17, 2021 9:01 PM

The article was informative about going on tours and bringing back live performances after COVID-19. The source is a popular source also, which was comforting. 

 

This site was objective and to the point with what was written. A credible source of information. The currency of the site also is aligning with recent events.

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Deezer makes strategic investment in livestreaming company DREAMSTAGE

Deezer makes strategic investment in livestreaming company DREAMSTAGE | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
US-based start-up plans to offer live gig subscriptions in the future…
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Music Awards 2021 First Finalists Announced

Music Awards 2021 First Finalists Announced | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
See the first announced finalists for the 2021 Billboard Music Awards
LaNique Williams's curator insight, October 17, 2021 2:44 PM

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* In my opinion, this article is very informative because it keeps you up with on what music is hot and thriving for the current year in running.

 

* My source is www.billboard.com published April 28th, 2021. The most reliable source if you are trying to stay current with music.

 

* www.billboard.com is the biggest majorinformational source for audio industry around because it's religiously reliable  in music today in order for artists, songwriter's composers and producers to keep up with their musical progress and royalties..

Emmanuel Ohifuame Imosume's curator insight, November 12, 2021 4:45 PM

The 2021 Billboard  Music Awards were held on May 23, 2021, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, The ceremony was broadcast live from NBC, and was hosted by Nick Jones. Music performance were announced during a series of social media post.

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UnitedMasters partners with Coinbase to let artists get paid in cryptocurrency

UnitedMasters partners with Coinbase to let artists get paid in cryptocurrency | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Artists can choose to be paid in a cryptocurrency of their choice…
joshuawhite732@gmail.com's curator insight, March 20, 4:06 PM

Joshua White Insight: 

Artists using UnitedMasters can now choose to be paid in US Dollars or in a cryptocurrency of their choice. UnitedMasters now has 1.2 million artists on its platform, that over 1 billion streams are being generated by these artists per month, and that 59% of artists on the platform are under 25.

 

*I most definitely think this will be a good idea.Working with Coinbase to give independent artists the ability to be paid in crypto is a big step and they are very committed. They really want to make it easier for artists to get paid. 

 

Wallace's curator insight, March 20, 5:50 PM
I think this can be a good thing being crypto is becoming the new thing for awhile now and may soon be the current currency, however I’m not sure how this would pan out when markets crash. I think it would cause an uproar but that’s just my opinion. Not too sure on this websites credibility but I do know I’ve seen it before. It’s a great article and could be something to think about and look into for many!
Jaquetta's curator insight, April 24, 9:58 PM

It's good to see UnitedMasters is really looking out for the artist best interest. Theres not too many companies like that. I enjoyed this read because UnitedMasters is giving artists choices and allowing them to direct their own careers.

 

This article met all the evaluating sources guide because it showed authority currency objectivity and accuracy. This article is very useful in the audio industry for artist. 

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What Makes an Artist in the Age of Algorithms? | WIRED

What Makes an Artist in the Age of Algorithms? | WIRED | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
The Grammy-nominated composer BT spoke to WIRED about art as a form of big data—and his new composition that lives on the blockchain.
Ariel's curator insight, September 19, 2021 9:10 PM

The Grammy-nominated composer BT has created a piece of software called GENESIS.JSON and it is supposedly an IA that can create original music based on what it was trained on.

 

 

*Wired is a fantastic informative website an it has a lot of topics that it covers especially ones from the music industry.*   

Japhet Miranda's curator insight, October 16, 2021 10:28 PM

 

BT expresses his curiosity and insights on art as a big form of data. Technology is everchanging, meaning that the way it's generated is up for debate. This leaves us wondering if newer forms of technology such as AI could take the spotlight on the music industry. These AI systems could take music and create new forms of art with what it's trained on.

 

*Wired is an American magazine that releases new prints monthly. Wired focuses on upcoming technology that could affect the economy, politics, and culture.

Nykel Emanuel's curator insight, October 17, 2021 11:24 PM

This article speaks about how the industry is more reliant on how the art which is now just data. Is being shared amongst the algorithm and how your data must be a presence in order to be recognized by consumers.

 

*Wired is an American magazine, published in print and online editions, that focuses on how emerging technologies affect culture, the economy, and politics.*

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What happens when sad artists get happy? - i-D

What happens when sad artists get happy? - i-D | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Lorde is the latest of music’s sad girls club to debut a hesitantly happy record, but, for some fans, positivity and growth feels like betrayal.
Reaunn Browne's curator insight, September 19, 2021 11:50 PM
I think we all had seen so many artist that was sad at once in there life but a happy song or sound just bring a lot of positive energy and it can help someone that might be going through the same thing that the artist might be going through or went through sometime in their life.
allen johnson's curator insight, November 14, 2021 10:55 PM
Many sad artists who make sad songs usually be at a stage of they life to where they go through certain things and then once their situation is out the way thats then they start being their self again and change the whole mood within the time period.
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Mercury Prize nominations: Wolf Alice, Arlo Parks and Celeste make the shortlist

Mercury Prize nominations: Wolf Alice, Arlo Parks and Celeste make the shortlist | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
The band are joined by Arlo Parks, Celeste, Ghetts and Mogwai on the album of the year shortlist.
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Back to Blanco

Back to Blanco | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Interdisciplinary artist Mykki Blanco finds their sound with comeback record “Broken Hearts and Beauty Sleep.”
Face Cinco's curator insight, July 25, 2021 9:19 AM

Congratulations on that for real. I been working hard myself to perfect my sound and quality. Keep up the good work!

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Music education startup JoyTunes is Israel's newest unicorn

Music education startup JoyTunes is Israel's newest unicorn | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Music education startup JoyTunes is Israel's newest unicorn after its latest USD 50 million funding round. The company’s 2020 revenue was USD 100 million.
sonicone1991@gmail.com's curator insight, October 16, 2021 2:29 PM

I got this article from scoop.it. I like how the article explains how the piano apps can be useful for beginner people at the piano. This can be useful for little children that are ages 6-10.

Ka Lm's curator insight, October 17, 2021 11:10 PM

A app to learn music ! Wow no wonder is was well funded. It described as unicorn. Music is a growing Phenomenon in itself so the contribution is absolutely appreciated.

Gunnar Whitehurst's curator insight, November 14, 2021 6:30 PM
Music program in Israel that was just recently started. 
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‘When artists become entrepreneurs, their thinking changes; they understand the economics of the music business.’

‘When artists become entrepreneurs, their thinking changes; they understand the economics of the music business.’ | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Tarsame Mittal, one of India's most successful managers and music entrepreneurs…
Nykel Emanuel's curator insight, October 17, 2021 11:33 PM

This article speaks on how being an artist is a completely different mindset than being an entrepreneur. As most artists when making that transition find ways to let the attraction they're known for segway into what else they are trying to accomplish with their business.

 

*Music Business Worldwide is a global music industry news and analysis website.*

allen johnson's curator insight, November 14, 2021 11:07 PM
I believe that once an artist have the mindset of becoming self employed, they should continue making as much music as they can while starting their business which expands double profit and I think people should be able prioritized their fundings soon they retire.
Adam Clavon's curator insight, November 14, 2021 11:24 PM
This all comes back to creating content and marketing yourself right. Honestly that is something I struggle with at this very moment. I can make the content sure, but how am I even going to get it out. This article delves deep into this issue. This was a great source. Not the only article I found from this site
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Spotify Is Celebrating LGBTQ+ Artists & Musicians All Pride Month Long

Spotify Is Celebrating LGBTQ+ Artists & Musicians All Pride Month Long | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
"Amplifying the voices of the LGBTQ+ community has never been more important," Kiyoko told PRIDE about the Claim Your Space campaign.
allen johnson's curator insight, November 14, 2021 11:21 PM
Is good that most occupations or different sources are celebrating the LGBTQ+ that way no one will fell left out.

Jalen Pearson's curator insight, January 25, 2:22 PM
IN THIS SELECTION,  SPOTIFY WANTS TO SHOW THEIR SUBSCRIBERS THAT PRIDE MONTH IS ALSO AN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF THE MUSIC WORLD. MAJOR ARTISTS PLAY A BIG ROLE IN THIS MOVEMENT AS WELL! 

*WHAT IS PRESENTED BY SPOTIFY WILL ONLY INCREASE THE CAMPAIGNS CAUSE DUE TO THE AID OF SELF EXPRESSION. ALTHOUGH, MUSIC IS UNIVERSAL THE MARGINALIZATION OF HOW IT IS VIEWED MUST ALSO BE THOUGHRLY COMPREHENDED! 
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Rancho Humilde Records might be the future of L.A. music

Rancho Humilde Records might be the future of L.A. music | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Rancho Humilde Records, headquartered in Downey, has become a trailblazer in Latin music by giving traditional Mexican corridos a hip-hop makeover.
Face Cinco's curator insight, July 25, 2021 9:26 AM

Im definitely gonna check you guys out and best wishes to you guys on yall journey.

LaNique Williams's curator insight, October 17, 2021 2:28 PM

M.Williams Insight:

Perfect example and a very detail look in the viewpoints of my debate. Indie labels are on the rise and lately, it's been where it's at, to put it simple. With Indie labels the sound is so uncharted and untamed you are liable to hear any sound or vocals arranged and performed unimageablely.

 

 * For my source this time I went with no other than the prestigious and illustrious www.latimes.com I can never say enough about this source and the fact that they"ve been around since forever. One of the first newspapers and newsletters in the country.

 

* This source is definitely a amjor informational resourece for audio industry professionals because L.A. is a music hub and been one from the beginning. Musically you always want to keep and eye on L.A. if you are into hot music and unique sound.

Azaria Moral's curator insight, November 11, 2021 7:11 PM

Jimmy Humilde, CEO of Rancho Humilde Records might really be home for upcoming latino artists in Los Angeles/ He is friendly and supports his community and local artists. He creates blends like  “corridos tumbados,” or “trap corridos.”

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2020 Midemlab finalist, AI music startup Boomy, comes out of beta

2020 Midemlab finalist, AI music startup Boomy, comes out of beta | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Just over two years after launching officially, Boomy is now emerging from beta, with some stats to brandish too.
Wanya Cofield's curator insight, September 19, 2021 4:27 PM
Boomy has been progressing since its launch 2 years ago. Boomy gives an artist the ability to create songs and upload them to streaming services. Soon Boomy will be coming out of beta to introduce new features such as a user interface and being able to upload your own vocals with its system. I feel like this is something great waiting to blossom in the audio/music community. I look forward to what Boomy has in store.
Mari P's curator insight, October 17, 2021 7:43 PM

Boomy is a software that allows an artist to make music and release it to streaming services. It launched in 2020 and has since grown quite bit since with 2 million sings created with 77k songs created a month. This is a great program an artist could use to make new music and songs to be released and at the same time gives them exposure.

 

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Grimes, DVBBS, JJ Wilde, SNRK Lead Indie Awards Nominations

Grimes, DVBBS, JJ Wilde, SNRK Lead Indie Awards Nominations | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
The 20th annual Independent Music Awards will be streamed Sunday May 30, featuring recorded performances from notable nominees and guests shot live from Toronto’s El Mocambo.
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MRC Data publishes music reports on Spain and France - Music Ally

MRC Data publishes music reports on Spain and France - Music Ally | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
We've regularly written about research firm MRC Data's reports on the US music market, but the company casts its net globally too. It has just released '360' reports on Spain and France, exploring music trends in those countries.
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