Apple Music Classical on the Way; Revelator Boss Talks Web3, Indie Music; Qobuz Launches Qobuz Club; Audius Implements NFT-Gating for Exclusive Artist Access
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⚡️ Revelator’s Bruno Guez on Decentralization, NFTs, and the Role of Web3 in the Evolution of Independent Music
Revelator’s Bruno Guez on Decentralization, NFTs, and the Role of Web3 in the Evolution of Independent Music.
The news follows streaming service Spotify’s release of token-gated playlists.
Designed with Qobuz customers’ music preferences and objectives in mind, Qobuz Club’s featured sections include Qobuz News, Music Clubs, Hi-Fi Spaces, and a Discussion Forum where members can talk directly with the Qobuz teams.
Over the past couple of years, virtually every conversation about the challenges facing artists in the music-streaming economy has had one proposed quick fix: Raise subscription prices.
Audible is curating an immersive listening experience inspired by their original music franchises for music fans at SXSW.
⚡️ Minibeats Collaborates with Rhino Records to Bring Booker T. & The M.G.’s “Green Onions” to a New Generation
An emergent disruptor in the social media space, Minibeats is a new company introducing “AR Music” to the world — integrating fun, interactive camera lenses with a suite of intuitive musical tools to enable content creation like never before.
Revealed at Stream On, the feature is designed to remedy the "disconnect between where music is being teased and where music is actually being streamed."