Apple Music’s in-browser app is finally out of beta so you can listen on Windows 10, Linux, and Chrome OS.
As the fear of COVID-19 continues to prevent live music and delay major releases, new trends are emerging as the music industry adapts to a new normal.
New music is the fuel in the streaming engine, creating a virtuous circle of increased label and artist output to meet DSP-stimulated user demand. Now though, with COVID-19 disrupting the production of music, everything is set to change.
Let’s face it. It’s harder than ever to get noticed as an artist. You’re competing against 3+ million artists uploading over 40,000 new tracks daily. Only a handful of artists breakthrough every year, but what about everyone else?
Amanda Palmer, Adam Doleac, Caroline Romano, Luka Kerecin, and Olivia Castriota share the trials and tribulations of life as a musician in the wake of mass quarantine and social-isolation due to the novel coronavirus