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#ThrowbackWednesday: Music/Tech startups of 2010

A fun thing that popped up in one of the Music Ally team’s Facebook Memories this morning: our ‘New Music Startups and Services: H1 2010’ report that we published six years ago today.
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Beyond Oblivion enjoying its Yonder rebirth in Malaysia

When digital-music firm Beyond Oblivion imploded in late 2011, few would have predicted a successful return for the company’s key executives with a new service. However, their newer venture Yonder Music appears to be getting...
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Beyond Oblivion execs return with Yonder Music startup

Here’s a thought: a digital music service providing unlimited free downloads to buyers of a smartphone, with the licensing costs absorbed into the price of the device itself. That’s the business model of hot new...
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Beyond Oblivion’s Boinc rises from the grave to launch… in Venezuela

Digital music startup Beyond Oblivion crashed and burned in December 2011, before it even got a chance to launch commercially. Now its Boinc music service has risen from the dead – in Venezuela. The news came in a press...
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Music Ally Report: The VC Issue

The latest Music Ally Report is a special themed issue looking at the worlds of music and venture capitalists. Interdependency and tension have characterised their relationships to date but it appears each side is slowly...
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Sony and WMG settle up with bankrupt Beyond Oblivion

The major labels have agreed a settlement with the company that will see each getting between $1.5m and $2m.
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Sony and WMG settle up with bankrupt Beyond Oblivion

The major labels have agreed a settlement with the company that will see each getting between $1.5m and $2m.
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Exclusive: The Boinc is back in town with Beyond Oblivion’s iPhone beta test

Beyond Oblivion isn’t quite dead yet. The company – or at least the new owners of its assets – has launched its Boinc music service as a private beta test for iPhone. We spotted the app go live on the App Store...
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Former Saffron Digital / HTC exec Shashi Fernando now Beyond Oblivion president

Music startup Beyond Oblivion crashed and burned in December 2011 before it could even launch its Boinc service. However, the company’s former CEO Adam Kidron reportedly bought its assets in March with a view to relaunching...
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Former CEO Kidron buys Beyond Oblivion assets

Adam Kidron has emerged as the winning bidder for Beyond Oblivion's assets. Read More
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Former CEO Kidron buys Beyond Oblivion assets

There is more controversy ahead in the Beyond Oblivion story, as it emerged that the company's former CEO Adam Kidron has emerged as the winning bidder for its assets.
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What went wrong at Beyond Oblivion

Evolver.fm has published an exhaustive inquest into the implosion of music startup Beyond Oblivion, with CEO Adam Kidron fingered with much of the blame for the company's shocking collapse just before Christmas.