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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

Performing Rights Society (PRS) instituted a new license fee for small-scale live-streamed performances. It met with lots of frustration from artists as it’s a huge burden for those who only get less than £500 from virtual events. It’s common for artists to go with paid-entry live-stream shows in this difficult time. The COVID-19 pandemic means they will not have a huge

If you want a thorough understanding of how electronic music evolved over the years, you will need to read some hefty books, as there are so many nuances and branches to cover. In the meantime, here is an insightful brief overview of electronic music’s evolution, from the 19th to the 21st Century. The Early Years These days, electronic music is everywhere. It

The current pandemic situation caused by COVID-19 is affecting several sectors of the economy, mainly, events associated with the music industry. Unfortunately, festivals are being canceled or postponed increasing the risk of not happening the 2020 festival season. Also, some related companies have started to feel the impact of this situation too. This week Eventbrite a US-based event management and

As previously reported, Ibiza was once again host to the annual International Music Summit (IMS) last week. The well-esteemed music conference, where DJs, record label representatives, producers, promoters, the radio and the media coincide for seminars and panel discussions was presented by Pete Tong this year and once again focused on the direction and future of electronic dance music. Standing in the