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More than 400,000 attended Ultra’s Asia events this year

The international festival brand found its establishment of Asia-based EDM events to be particularly fruitful, drawing crowds to many inaugural events.

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WATCH: Kaskade talks about the future of music and his decades long journey to the top

Ryan Raddon, better known by his stage name Kaskade, talks about his career, the music industry and more as a featured speaker at IVY University.

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New details of Fyre Fest founder’s financial mismanagement arise

In the midst of Billy McFarland’s entanglement with the law as Fyre Media is investigated for fraud, Magnises, another McFarland holding, becomes an issue.

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Spotify and Hulu offer joint subscription service for students at just $4.99

Spotify’s just made the most insightful pivot of the year.

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Gary Richards to serve as the President of LiveStyle’s U.S. operations

After departing from Live Nation, Gary Richards will head the North American sector of LiveStyle. Details, here.

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California lawmakers fail to pass bill that would extend last call to 4 AM

After passing in the Senate, the bill that would permit California to extend the time of the last call for alcohol was ultimately refused by the Assembly.

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Webster Hall’s former director running for New York’s Night Mayor Position

Gerard McNamee used to oversee the 1,500 capacity club, but is now seeking more responsibility, hoping to head the city’s newly established nightlife board.

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Ibiza nightlife entities seeking stricter measures against unlicensed events

Beach clubs and nightclubs in Ibiza are banding together to lobby for more stringent measures against unlicensed events on the island. Details here

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Live Nation introduces new electronic music division in Asia

Live Nation has expanded to Asia with a new division focused on meeting the demands of the continent’s booming dance events market.

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Tidal hires its FOURTH CEO

If the saying “practice makes perfect” holds true, then the streaming service may have chosen the ideal fourth CEO to head the company.

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Reverb to launch online vinyl storefront, Reverb LP

The Chicago based company has shared its plans to form an online platform, Reverb LP, where users may buy and sell vinyl records.

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SoundCloud’s new investors want to replace its current CEO

The Raine Group and Temasek Holdings have proposed a new funding plan that among its suggestions, includes the replacement of SoundCloud’s current CEO.

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Ibiza institutes cap on beds available to tourists on island

Ibiza has introduced new legislation that will cap the number of beds available to island visitors. Details, here.

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Roland to release Boutique versions of TR-808, SH-101

Roland will broaden its array of Boutique products via the release of miniaturized versions of the TR-808 and SH-101. Details, here.

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Ibiza bans live music from 16 beach clubs in effort to reclaim beaches

The latest move in its crusade against rambunctious island activity, Ibiza has banned 16 beach clubs from hosting DJs/live music. Details, here.

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New York City government votes in favor of nightlife office, task force

After months of deliberation, New York City’s Consumer Affairs Committee has voted in favor of the establishment of an office dedicated to NYC nightlife.

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BREAKING: Angel investors purchase controlling stake in SoundCloud for $150 million

Enveloped in uncertainty for the past month or so, SoundCloud’s future has been deemed steady thanks to a $150-million-dollar investment. Details, here.

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Omnia and Hakkasan announce stacked August lineups

Hakkasan and Omnia release their stacked August lineup.

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How to collect funds from Spotify’s $43.5 million dollar class action settlement

Both parties involved in the class action copyright infringement lawsuit against Spotify have agreed to a $43.45 million dollar settlement. Details, here.

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Spotify turned down the volume on all its tracks without saying a word

Your ears will appreciate the end of the “Loudness Wars,” and you won’t even notice, thanks to Spotify. Read more here.

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