Since the advent of the internet in the early 1990s, the music industry has changed dramatically. It has changed the way we consume music, the way artists get paid, and even the way music is made. This article will explore the seven ways that the internet has changed the music industry.   Online streaming Online streaming is one of the most significant changes

It’s often said that many pro-athletes crave the spotlight wherever they are, not just on the field. That may be why so many of them are involved in endeavours outside of sports like cinema or music. Many athletes have tried to start music careers, and some of the names might surprise you. While most of them were never able to

The next chapter of the phoenix has officially begun as Illenium has released his highly anticipated 4th studio album, “Fallen Embers.” This project follows after the first three widely successful albums of Illenium’s discography “Ashes,” “Awake” and “Ascend,” and is the next story in his music tenure. The album consists of 14 tracks with 20 featured artists. Some songs have

Are you the kind of person that has favorite films purely because of their soundtrack, or goes to one shop over another because you prefer the playlist? If you are then you've got to sort out your video game collection because there are some games with soundtracks that will blow your mind. Tony Hawks Pro Skater 4 became the playlist

You’ll have noticed that with video games, not only is the actual gaming experience important but just as much work goes into carefully curating and selecting the soundtrack. Whether it is adding to the immersive experience or just providing fun background tracks to listen to whilst you game, music is an extremely prevalent aspect. We aren’t just talking about any

Music, with specific regard to electronic dance music (EDM) and the online gaming industry, has a long and interesting history. While a lot of older games still use chiptune, the use of actual soundtracks has become increasingly popular. Games now have an original score or use popular music as the background to the game. This has provided an additional source

Dazzo is one to watch this year. Having studied music as a child and even taken up guitar and clarinet, Dazzo (real name David Randazzo) became immersed in music studies, composition and focusing on the production aspect of music creation. Upon graduating from school, Dazzo began working at many Genoese discos as a public relations liaison where he would meet his

The mysteriously masked and anonymous Swatkat is a rising star and one to watch in the current world of Electronic Dance Music. Already having insane and successful releases on some of the industries top labels such as Spinnin' Records, Hardwell's Revealed Recordings, Don Diablo's Hexagon, and Laidback Luke's Mixmash Records it seems the DJ and producer's momentum shows no sign of slowing and

At first glance, you’d expect that it’d be obvious that gaming and electronic music, with both being rooted in the world of technology and impacted by the advancements in this area. However, it’s not often that the two are widely recognized as intrinsically and inexplicably linked with one another, despite their obviously similar origins. To understand why the two are, and