It’s taken a few years, but at last ‘Infinite Gangnam Style‘ has some decent competition in the ‘how long can you listen to an endlessly-adapting version of a pop hit […]
Artist Grimes has just released the video for her new track ‘You’ll Miss Me When I’m Not Around’, which sees her performing the song against a green-screen background. That design decision […]
German startup Loudly is taking the wrappers off its music-focused artificial intelligence technology, which it says can automatically remix tracks into different genres. The tech is being shown off on the company’s […]
Lead: Lil Nas X might have broken on TikTok but it was his deft use of multiple remixes (and collaborations) that kept ‘Old Town Road’ in the air throughout most of 2019. He claims he has 25 remixes of follow-up track ‘Panini’ ready to go, although this might prove to be the most high-profile case […]
‘Old Town Road’ is old hat: it’s all about ‘Seoul Town Road’ with the cool kids nowadays. Maybe. Yes, Lil Nas X has dropped yet another remix of this year’s biggest track: […]
On one level, news that Lil Nas X has released a new music video for ‘Old Town Road’ featuring an animated raid on the Area 51 base – complete with a Naruto-Running […]
Daft Punk may have gone with iTunes for the pre-release stream of their ‘Random Access Memories’ album, but now they’re showing a little love for Spotify.
The latest artist looking to reach new fans through a partnership with BitTorrent is veteran hip-hop group Public Enemy.
Jamiroquai’s debut album ‘Emergency On Planet Earth’ is 20 years old? We feel ancient. Perhaps getting jiggy with our remixing skills will restore our youth.
Seven years ago, remix competitions were a new and exciting marketing opportunity, with everyone fired up on the possibilities of UGC and how it could create a different connection between artist and fan. Their growing ubiquity has, however, taken the shine off them a little. With everyone from underground acts to superstars doing them, can such competitions retain not just their relevance but also their vim?
Liine is one of the most respected music technology companies working in the apps world today, and its latest app is likely to get techno fans excited.
Beyonce is the latest artist looking for fans to remix her work. In this case, the work is ‘End of Time’, a single from her last album. Fans in 25 countries are being invited to download stems of the song from Beyonce’s official website, remix them into something interesting, and then upload the finished mixes to SoundCloud.