The evolution of music online The late ‘90s saw the sudden and rapid decline of recorded music revenue, coinciding with the evolutionary growth of use of the World Wide Web. Since then a number of sites have strived to improve the revenue. Whilst others have only continued to hinder any attempt to recover the […]
This timeline looks through some of the major game changers in the digital revolution which have affected the way we discover new music.
Joey Flores, CEO of streaming website Earbits speaks to Buzz about the future of free music and how he believes he is one step ahead of his competitors
On March the 18th 1972, T.Rex played the Empire Pool to 20,000 screaming fans and the scenes of hysteria were consequently dubbed “T.Rextasy” by the UK music press. Forty years on, BBC 6music looks back at Glam’s crowning moment and asks the question: does its legacy live on for new musicians?
Spotify’s restriction changes may actually be better for everyone in the long-run not just a business enhancer.
As millions of users of the Spotify service get used to the new limitations of its business model, BUzz examines the options that they now face.
Spotify users might be shocked to learn that their access to the network will be slashed in half. The popular music streaming service has recently announced that user’s will only be allowed 10 hours a month of streaming instead of 20. The company has also stated that each track can only played a ‘total of […]