Our cover feature picks apart just how data from Shazam, Twitter and Spotify is being used in the spotting, signing, developing and marketing of acts. The music industry has been getting excited about tapping into the fire hoses of various internet services for years now, but in 2014 the trend is more prevalent than ever. Who is doing what, why are they doing it and what will the net effect be for services, labels and (most importantly) artists?
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