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Sandbox Issue 212: Packaged Goods. Bulking Up The Music Bundle

Lead: the recent spat between Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott over who should have been number 1 in the US is arguably less about ego (although there was some of that at stake) and more about the role bundling plays in boosting...
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Spotify for Business creator raises $10.9m

When Soundtrack Your Brand appeared in Sweden a year ago (Bulletin, 20-May-14), there was some confusion over whether its service based around providing Spotify to small businesses for their offices and stores was the work...
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Rustie’s homage to Minecraft is also the campaign for his new album

EDM star Rustie has a new album on the way, and he’s promoting it via an online game which sees fans exploring a blocky landscape of trees, grass and mysterious structures. Sounds familiar? Well, yes: it’s an unashamed...
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Spotify opens for Business (in Sweden only, for now)

Spotify’s next frontier isn’t a new country – although its Japanese launch is thought to be imminent – but a new class of customer: businesses. The company has launched Spotify Business in its home market of Sweden,...
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Slash turns to PledgeMusic for preorders of new soundtrack

We love the fact that Slash includes his own emoticon when signing off in his PledgeMusic blurb – iiii]; )'
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Decca reveals digital plans for Olympic Games compilations

Decca's soundtracks will be released digitally "on the world's foremost download and streaming platforms" straight after the ceremonies finish: 28 July for the opening ceremony, and 12 August for the closing ceremony.
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Beck signs up for Sound Shapes game soundtrack

Beck is the latest artist to sign on for the soundtrack of upcoming PS3 and PS Vita game Sound Shapes. He'll provide three unreleased songs for the side-scrolling platform game, joining Deadmau5, Jim Guthrie, and I Am A Robot...
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The Byrds and the Bee(Gee)s provides conception soundtracks

Oh my. The latest music hack to ripple through the industry is the marvellously-named The Byrds and The Bee(Gee)s.