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Beatport is the latest music company exploring the world of NFTs, via a partnership with deadmau5 and Richie Hawtin’s startup Pixelynx.
The latest stage for the Rolling Stones is a set of 12 stamps issued by the Royal Mail in the UK, in a partnership with the band.
The Broken Record campaign is stepping up its lobbying efforts for the British government to introduce equitable remuneration for music streaming. A letter sent to Prime Minister Boris Johnson in […]
Two more artists have revealed plans for weekly YouTube formats during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Rolling Stones have launched something called ‘Extra Licks’, which will stream past live performances on […]
Rolling Stones fans – at least, those camping out on YouTube in the final hours of 2019 – got an unexpected treat on 31 December. More than 75 rare tracks popped […]
The Rolling Stones have become one of the most high-profile artists yet to take part in Amazon’s new ‘Side by Side’ feature. Part of the newly-launched Amazon Music Unlimited streaming […]
British music-apps startup Disciple Media has bagged its biggest client yet: the Rolling Stones.
The company has launched a new iOS and Android app for the veteran band to tie in with their America Latina Olé.
Fans can expect real-time livestreaming; “updates directly from band members”; exclusive content, audio and images; archive video; access to pre-sale tickets; VIP packages; competitions; app-only merchandise; as well as social features.
Lead: SoundCloud is (finally) moving towards moentising its platform and Mixcloud is adding new premium subscription tiers. Both have prided themselves on the part they play in giving underground and […]
The Rolling Stones are the latest artist to work with e-commerce firm Screenburn to stream films to fans on Facebook, following in the footsteps of Katy Perry and Paul McCartney. […]
The Rolling Stones are preparing for the last gig in their 50 and Counting… tour this weekend in New Jersey, and fans around the world will be able to livestream the gig through an iOS app.