Tom Waits, Iggy Pop to Co-host BBC Radio Show; The Orb and David Gilmour Team Up for AI Fan-Remix Website
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Tom Waits is to co-host Iggy Pop‘s BBC Radio 6 Music show on Sunday, December 3. The show will air on Pop’s regular slot, so gather round the wireless at 4pm UK time on Sunday, December 3.
TikTok has commissioned research firm Luminate for a new report analysing its impact on music. The report concludes that TikTok is no use to the music industry at all and that musicians should probably ignore it.
Hyundai Motor Europe is launching in-car music streaming, starting from the upcoming all-new Kona Electric. Amazon Music will be the first streaming service to participate with in-car streaming.
Soundful AI Music Platform Rockets Out of Beta with “Soundful Collabs” Series in Partnership with Superstar Artists
In the first-of-its-kind campaign, the company worked hand-in-hand with some of the world’s top artists and producers to capture their core musical aesthetic, or “Sonic DNA.” These collaborations enable users to create one-of-a-kind tracks that sound like their favorite artists, while simultaneously pioneering a clear and ethical path for content monetization.
The album is ‘Metallic Spheres in Colour’, a recent reworking of 2010’s ‘Metallic Spheres’ by The Orb and Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour.
OnePlus is best known for its mobile phones, particularly in India. Now it’s expanding into a surprising area: AI music.
Plenty of moves are being made in the sub-Saharan African streaming landscape in 2023. We have a few more examples to report this morning.
The combination of OSN+ and Anghami will become the first platform in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to provide customers premium movies, TV series and music. It will combine over 120 million Anghami registered users and more than 2.5 million OSN+ paying subscribers.
“Volume 31: California Sun” features music by The Rivieras, Don Henley, Roy Orbison and more.
As parents, industry regulators and anyone whose mouth runs away with them in tense pub situations know, the trouble with making threats is that sometimes you have to go through with them. The latest example is Spotify and its service in Uruguay.
For artists, listening is the natural way to determine if their songs have the quality they desire. But what should you do if you’re still unsure?
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