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Sandbox 160 – Brand Stand

Lead: In the second part of our special look at music, digital and branding, we speak to the record labels about how their dedicated divisions are adapting to online and mobile by securing the right partnerships deals. We...
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Sigur Rós captivated the internet with ‘Slow TV’ stream

We can’t think of many better ways to spend a day than driving around Iceland with Sigur Rós’ music woozling in the background. That’s exactly what the band spent yesterday doing, with a 24-hour “slow TV” journey...
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Sigur Ros encouraging fan feedback on their new album

Fans are getting excited about Sigur Ros' new album 'Kveikur', which comes out next week. The band are streaming it on their own website – an increasingly common tactic – but we like what they're doing in encouraging...
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Sandbox 79: App and Down

Two years ago, numerous labels lined up to put the boot into Spotify for not paying content owners enough – but the ability to build their own app within the streaming service's client player has proved key in luring them...
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Sandbox issue sixty two: Fizzy rascals: soft drinks get sweet for digital music

Fizzy rascals: soft drinks get sweet for digital music - We examine the ways in which soft drinks brands - particularly Pepsi and Coca Cola - are using social platforms to inject some new fizz into their music strategies.
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Digital Marketing Roundup 25th May

Today's digital marketing campaigns. Fun. use Instagram and Twitter for and outdoor ad campaign, Sigur Ros create a Soundrop listening party for new album Valtari, and Professor Green shoots a 360 live video.
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Listening parties for Sigur Rós and Swedish House Mafia

Forget album launches with naked dwarves carrying bowls of cocaine. Apparently Sigur Rós wouldn't sign off on the budget...
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Sandbag gets into retail distribution with Sigur Ros deal

Music services firm Sandbag is best known for its work on the D2C distribution for Radiohead's In Rainbows and King of Limbs albums. Now it's getting into more traditional retail distribution, starting with the new live film...