Thoughts On Spotify

Spotify, the subscription-based music service has incurred losses of £16.6 million during 2009. Although much of this figure can be attributed to royalties paid to record labels, the Swedish company has again pushed back its service’s introduction into the US market.

SoundCloud Allows To Record Sounds On The Go

The audio platform that enables everybody to upload, promote and share the sounds they create across the web has announced significant new developments aimed at better serving its growing community.

BOBCOM: New UK Musical Social Network Announces TV Series On Channel 4

BOBCOM, a new website for indie musicians has announced that it is teaming up with Channel 4 in a new series, which will air in February 2011.

Musicians Wanted: Youtube’s New Tool For Artists

Only bands from the US were allowed to take advantage of this new service as Youtube’s policy prohibited bands across the globe from using the tool. Now, Youtube has lifted this ban and artists, musicians, and bands from around the world are now capable of using this new, easy-to-use service.

A Dozen Ways Musicians Can Use SoundCloud

SoundCloud, a web service created by music-creators, for music-creators, is a byproduct of the simple desire to share music well online. Learn how you can instantly benefit from it.

Nimbit, Doing The Work So You Don’t Have To

Like many other independent promoting tools on the internet for musicians, Nimbit seeks to cut out the middle man and provide artists with easy to use software that plugs into WordPress, allowing customizable web pages to build upon.