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August 5, 2013 11:49 AM
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Spotify Launches Browse Page: Songza-Like Moods and Playlists - hypebot

Spotify Launches Browse Page: Songza-Like Moods and Playlists - hypebot | Soundtrack | Scoop.it

 

(UPDATE 2) Rolling out for mobile users starting today, Spotify’s new Browse page offers curated Songza-like mood and location based playlists. Browse will be gradually added for iOS and Android users, and will soon be available across all platforms, according to Spotify. New feature's include:


Music for every moment: morning commute, the late night party, the hangover

Music for every mood: "More than just genres, listen to a playlist for romance or a collection of face melting guitarists"Browse for what’s hot and what’s new: the latest album and single releases from favorite and recommended artists, and a collection of top lists
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Rescooped by Christopher Coleman from Music Evolution News...
December 1, 2011 1:13 PM
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Blogger Criticizes Artists for Making Money; TuneCore CEO Jeff Price Responds - hypebot

Blogger Criticizes Artists for Making Money; TuneCore CEO Jeff Price Responds - hypebot | Soundtrack | Scoop.it

(UPDATED) Earlier this week, blogger Paul Resnikoff of Digital Music News used isolated statistics obtained from TuneCore to prove an oversimplified claim that "99.875% of Tunecore artists are making less than minimum wage". According to DMN, the solution for developing artists is "a day job or subsidizing parents to keep the ship afloat."

 

TuneCore CEO Jeff Price responds: Before I say another word, yes, I know I'm rising to the bait. I know this response means more eyeballs for Digital Music News – a semi-legitimate music industry blog that tends to be sensational to drive eyeballs. I know that Paul Resnikoff’s constant personal attacks on TuneCore and me are a goad and good for his web traffic. Okay, sometimes the only way to refute a gambit is to accept it. If this means more people paying attention to Paul's site and generating revenue for his ad-supported business model, I guess he wins that round.


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December 16, 2011 9:48 PM
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Hello Music Goes Mobile With App - hypebot

Hello Music Goes Mobile With App - hypebot | Soundtrack | Scoop.it
Hello Music has launched an iPhone app that brings mobile access to its daily deals on instruments, gear and musician services. 120,000 have registered for free Hello Music memberships. The free app is available now.

 

http://www.hypebot.com/hypebot/2011/12/hello-music-goes-moible-with-app.html

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