Irish streaming start-up has Spotify fans changing their tune
Music streaming service Minm offers artists more equitable earnings than the infamously paltry payouts given by streaming giant Spotify
An Irish music-streaming start-up that was launched in an effort to tackle Spotify’s paltry payments to most musicians has received a boost in subscriptions since Neil Young took a stand against the hosting of Joe Rogan’s podcast.
Minm was launched in September last year by Luke Lau, 24, and Daniel Cosgrove, 25, as an alternative for Irish musicians to earn more money from streaming.
Lau said the business was inspired by the amount of artists ...