To honor the beginning of turntablism and hip hop in the Bronx, Google has created interactive DJ equipment for the doodle on their homepage.
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Adaptive music is likely to change the way we interact with music altogether. Check out Weav Music’s latest brainchild “Weav Run,” for yourself now.
This is one of the biggest deals to come in the era of streaming music. Google purchased Youtube many years back in what would be considered one of the post moves by a company in the digital era and soon after both companies started their own music str…
LCD Soundsystem are tantalizing fans in virtual reality now too.
Are the ugly emoji’s one of the few things holding you back from turning to Android? Whether you hate them or love them, Google is finally ditching the ugly blob emoji and redesigning them for the release of Android O. Google will be following the foot…
Youtube is sort of a weird piece of the monster side of the music industry that is streaming. The video distributor hosts billions of videos and many of those are actually just music or music videos. Youtube has been called into question by many artist…
Google’s new AI program analyzes real instruments to create completely new sounds.
Google recently announced its plans to launch the Google Play music subscription service in India. Google writes “Listen to music in a number of different languages, from Hindi to English, Tamil to Malayalam or Kannada. Upload up to 50,000 of your own songs, and access them from any device with your Google Account.” Even though
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Boiler Room and Google’s Pixel phone come together in ‘VR dancefloors: Techno in Berlin,’ featuring a performance from FJAAK in a techno VR experience.
April Fools strikes again. On April 1st, Digital Music News posted an article stating that Google acquired Spotify in a $41.1 billion cash and equity deal. The article quickly went viral and many news sources began to report on the article. The article stated that the news was “first reported by the Wall Street Journal
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Google has built an AI pianist that processes musical inputs through a neural network, and gives its own musical output, like a duet partner
Following Spotify’s decision to walk away from their predicted SoundCloud purchase in December, it appears that Google may be considering an acquisition.
Google becomes the latest digital agglomerate to tap into the live music events market.
Over the past year, the anonymous masked DJ & producer known as Marshmello has caused quite the stir in the dance music community. One of Marshmello’s best troll moves was when he tricked the EDC crowd into thinking that he’s Marshmello. This stunt not only tricked fans at the time, but it also managed to trick Google into thinking that Tiësto was Marshmello. When you Google “Marshmello Tour Dates,” you will notice that Google suggests Tiësto’s tour dates and even Tiësto’s Wikipedia page. Take a look for yourself: When even @google thinks you’re @tiesto pic.twitter.com/gOmZKZSA3Y — marshmello (@marshmellomusic) August 13,
Tidal is reportedly in talks with Google, Spotify, and Samsung about partnership deals or an acquisition that can save the troubled company.
Spotify announces a partnership with the Google Cloud Platform that will provide Spotify with the hardware infrastructure for streaming from the cloud.
Performing rights society PRS and Google are working on a project that will increase accuracy in performance fee payouts for artists
Google is reportedly developing in-ear wearable tech.
Getty Images The rumors were true. The Beatles have finally joined the 21st century. This comes of course after 2015 saw a drastic swing in music consumption, a more and … Continue reading →
The DJ, producer and former Swedish House Mafia member Steve Angello says that artists who knock streaming services are simply doing it for “publicity.” During the Web Summit in Dublin, Angello said that is not right for artists to choose one streaming service over another. “I see it as record stores — why would I not allow a record store to release it? A 15-year-old might not to be able to afford Apple, Spotify, Tidal and Google. Why would you limit those guys from hearing your music?” Angello continued on to say that “every streaming service does pay” and that
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