Streaming music doesn’t mean you don’t also want to buy it sometimes. Music Ally has always argued that there could be more links between streaming services like Spotify and D2C […]
Hype Machine’s ‘Popular’ charts remain an important metric of artists and songs’ buzziness in 2015, so it’s no surprise that some labels and PR firms are trying to game the […]
Music-blogs aggregator Hype Machine is the latest digital music service to make itself available to stream through Sonos’ connected audio systems
After a week of speculation, Twitter finally launched its new music discovery app yesterday for iPhone and as a website.
Hype Machine and Shuffler.fm are the most high-profile sites pulling the tracks from a host of music blogs, but Beastmode.fm is hoping to compete with them.
Hype Machine Anthony Volodkin tells us that more than 66k people have bought its iPhone app, whose price has been $2.99 for much of its lifetime.
Another app getting a makeover today is Hype Machine on iPhone, which was originally launched in May 2011.
– Royalty payouts from streaming music services
– Q&A with Anthony Volodkin, Hype Machine
– Market profile: Brazil
– Comment: Nordic Copyright Bureau
There was bags of online buzz yesterday about Hype Machine’s new iPhone app, which went live on the App Store in the morning. It’s called Hype Machine Radio, and promises to turn “music blogs into radio stations”…
Entertainment blogs firm BuzzMedia has added six new blogs to its network: Hype Machine, RCRD LBL, PopMatters, PureVolume, Gorilla vs. Bear and Concrete Loop…
Music blog aggregator Hype Machine has launched its annual Zeitgeist lists, which rank the top 50 albums, artists and songs of 2009 based on the top ten lists of 550 bloggers.
Our lead examines new music services from Google, Facebook and MySpace. These three companies are offering more ways for people to discover music in a legal way – i) search, ii) gifting and iii) social recommendations.