Tuesday August 4, 2020

The other side of the streaming conundrum

Back when we all used to record songs from the radio or borrow friends' CDs to copy, the music industry used to screech dire warnings that home taping was killing music.

9th March, 2014
Mono Town: the unsigned band launched their first two tracks with French-based streaming service Deezer.

Back when we all used to record songs from the radio or borrow friends' CDs to copy, the music industry used to screech dire warnings that home taping was killing music. Fast forward to the present, and popular web-based streaming services such as Spotify and Deezer get the blame instead.

Music fans may have found plenty to love about these services, but to many who work in it, they spell the death of the industry....

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