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Tesla is developing a music streaming service

Tesla is developing a music streaming service exclusively for its new vehicles.

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Stream Shiba San and Will Clarke’s new collaboration, ‘Don’t Hate Me’ [Exclusive]

Shiba San and Will Clarke team up for club-oriented collaboration, ‘Don’t Hate Me.’

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Spotify valued at $13 Billion ahead of stock market listing

Spotify will be the first major company to directly list itself on the NYSE, which could impact the way companies take themselves public moving forward.

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MaRLo & First State – Falling Down (MaRLo’s ‘Tech Energy’ Mix)

MaRLo’s latest single is a tech trance monster, capable of razing dance floors.

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These innovative tattoos play back audio files

In case you want to have ‘Levels’ inked into your skin to listen to forever.

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Mikey Shanely Provides Great Bootleg for Dave Chappelle Inspired Tune

If you were ever a fan of The Chappelle show, you can hear a quote from it or a reference to it from a mile away. Fans remember the Charlie Murphy skits, and now it seems a producer by the name of Mikey Shanley has provided us with a seriously well produced tech tune that works in

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This innovative toolkit can make anything into a MIDI instrument

This innovative tool kit enables users to make everyday objects into MIDI instruments.

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Behringer makes electronic production more accessible with $49 synth

Behringer is gearing up to introduce a brand new line of synths, whose most affordable instrument will be priced at $49.

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Bitcoin technology could change the streaming industry forever

A handful of new startups aim to apply Bitcoin’s blockchain technology to music metadata ensures artists are paid royalties from even unauthorized streams.

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Google’s latest AI project acts as a virtual duet partner

Google has built an AI pianist that processes musical inputs through a neural network, and gives its own musical output, like a duet partner

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Sony is reportedly patenting blink-powered video recording contact lens

Sony has reportedly patented a motion-powered contact lens capable of recording video in the blink of an eye.

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Facebook is attempting to enter the music industry

Facebook reportedly wants to enter the music industry as an alternative to YouTube. What implications would this move have on the vast field?

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Spotify launches weather inspired site with the help of AccuWeather

There’s a unique feeling when music fits what’s going on outside. The macabre sound of Nicolas Jaar is an apt choice on a rainy, bleak walk to work in the morning. The electrifying sound of Daft Punk gives a sunny, spring time

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Sprint has reportedly spent $200 million to buy one-third of Tidal

Global wireless provider Sprint purchases 33% of Tidal, Jay-Z’s music streaming service, for an alleged $200 million.

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Jay Z Sells 33 Percent of TIDAL to Sprint For $200 Million

Jay Z acquired TIDAL streaming platform March 2015 for a cool $56 million from a company called Aspiro. He partnered with other high profile artists like Kanye West, Daft Punk, Rihanna and many others, giving them a piece of the potentially very lucrative cake. His mission? Provide high definition streaming tech and culture to a bolstering technology. But even with all the big names and exclusives, it doesn’t seem like the platform picked up too much steam, as Spotify and Apple Music are still miles ahead as far as subscriptions go. I mean, do any of your friends actually use […]

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Teenage Engineering unveils new pocket-sized synth designed by nine year-old girl

Teenage Engineering unveils it’s newest multi-functional drum & percussion synth from its Pocket Operator line.

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Apple Music looks to expand into original video content in late 2017

Original video content may be coming to Apple Music later this year, according to Jimmy Iovine.

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Watch this fascinating, radioactively-powered synth in action [Video]

This homemade synth has a Geiger counter in it, and uses radioactivity to make music. Very cool Indeed.

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LG unveils $200 levitating portable speaker

LG’s take on the levitating speaker may be the most practical yet.

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Lane 8 releases Winter 2016 mixtape

Lane 8 explores darker, techier music in the deep realm of electronic for his ‘Winter 2016 Mixtape.’

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