What music can (and can’t) learn from Netflix, and the potential for the TV to be the iPod of the living room: https://t.co/pVCy8ZIDFE
The new ep of the podcast is out with chat on whether social media has peaked, SoundCloud’s future and (as ever) gin https://t.co/skC1F2CPpP
Drunk buying https://t.co/t2sHtZ1yLq a few months ago has turned out much better then I thought it would, to be honest
JOB GOING: We’re looking for a Senior Digital Account Manager, details here: https://t.co/hJbdMj4okn
I wrote a piece for @HowWeGetToNext all about how we might listen to music in 15 years time: https://t.co/WaZL3wL7H0
How you can still sell CDs in 2015 and why you shouldn’t window your record from streaming unless you’re Adele: https://t.co/9y0WFAK6HW
We’ve just launched a fun internet thing for @UKREDLIGHT - Do you see music in colour?: https://t.co/rNkhgIGoiM
We’re releasing the new De La Soul LP. It’s got Damon, David Byrne, Snoop & loads of others on it. It’s really good https://t.co/YxdFECNNLD
Flying cars, hoverboards, and self-drying jackets — predicting the future is hard.
However, if we’re just to focus on music right now, it’s a fascinating time. Certain things are falling into place, which means that the path is maybe—just maybe—becoming clearer for the minute. At...
Hey! So we did a thing - introducing the first artist app for the new Apple TV: https://t.co/u4tdwg7JHa https://t.co/GSkhjIfBfl
How you can still sell CDs in 2015 and why you shouldn’t window your record off streaming unless you’re Adele: https://t.co/9y0WFAK6HW
You’ve watched Making A Murderer, haven’t you? And of course when I say watched I really mean binged, episode after episode flickering past in a haze of instant entertainment addiction. If you haven’t watched that show, you will almost certainly be familiar with the experience.
Such a Bowie thing to do to release a record that is so obviously about your own death - even the title and artwork - 2 days before you pass
It’s about 7pm on a dark November Friday. The weather has turned from unseasonably warm to appropriately bitter. That hasn’t stopped the shoppers flocking to one of the capitals premiere shopping destinations, however. They mill around, bags in tow, flicking Christmas signs lighting up their...
How you can still sell CDs in 2015 and why you shouldn’t window from streaming unless you’re Adele: https://t.co/v1uqFT58KQ
Kill Your Friends reviews: Film people: “This is ridiculous, everyone in it is a hateful caricature” Music people: “It’s so realistic!”
What music can (and can’t) learn from Netflix, and the potential for the TV to be the iPod for the living room: https://t.co/LEHoqoEtO0
What happens when you have a tool to predict album sales and an Adele record comes out: https://t.co/jf0KOHeZvs
If you work in the UK music industry, 2015 is probably proving to be quite a confusing year. Several elements that have been brewing for a while have now all snapped into relevance, turning everything upside down in the process.
For example, exactly how should you release a single now?
New podcast episode is live, featuring chat on YouTube Red, SoundCloud and Gin (obviously): https://t.co/Qfm7QOkRjv
In 2015, several things happened (in rough chronological order): • Got a kitten • Went on a road trip across America in a mustang • Got engaged • Found out I was going to be a dad • Bought a house • Got some writing published in print for the first time *phew* #bestnine
Dynamic playlists, radio fusing with streaming - how might we listen to music in fifteen years time? https://t.co/p6ZrLG9H2M
If anyone is at the @mindshare_uk #mshuddle today you can catch me talking about music x data on the @Vevo_UK panel at 4pm
When I was at school you could roughly divide people into three different camps: firstly, most obviously, you had the cool kids. If, in another life, I had gone to class in Northern California I guess I would have called them jocks. You know the type.
At the other end of the spectrum – and...