Spotify Adds 5M Subs; Grimes Offers 50% Royalties on AI Music Using Her Voice; Moises.ai Partners With Berklee Online; Tribes TV Launches as Global Media Platform for Electronic Music
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> Spotify adds five million subscribers in Q1
The streaming giant now has 210 million subscribers, a year-on-year increase of 15%. The quarterly gains were ahead of Spotify’s guidance last year. The performance was led by Europe and Latin America.
> Grimes Offers 50% Royalties on AI-Generated Music Using Her Voice - Decrypt
Grimes likes the idea of "open sourcing all art and killing copyright" and has given creators permission to machine-generate her voice.
> Moises.ai Kickstarts Academic Partnership With Berklee Online
As a leader in AI technology for music learning and production, Moises.ai is expanding opportunities for student growth and innovation through their latest partnership with Berklee Online, the online extension of Berklee College of Music, one of the most prestigious music institutions in the world.
> Music Licensing Platform ThatTrack Launches Cause-Driven Catalog ‘With Purpose’
ThatTrack™ is launching a new collection of music that speaks directly to social issues by giving artists a platform to write freely about topics that affect them, a collection they’re calling With Purpose. This music was written specifically for content creators to discover on ThatTrack™, giving a home to music with a mission, not typically available for commercial use by creators.
> Tribes TV launches as global media platform for electronic music
Tribes TV will harness the power of The Tribes network as well as leading electronic music channel Blanc, which has over a million subscribers across their network and 400m views). Broadcast partners also include Clubbing TV (28m monthly viewers in 200m households across 90 countries) and Insight TV (90m monthly viewers across 178 platforms in 55 countries).