The ABiatorz Discuss Rich Cole’s DJ Skee Presented ‘The Rich Tape’, The Formation Of The ABiatorz Music Group
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Monday, February 23, 2015
by Nina Ulloa http://www.digitalmusicnews.com/permalink/2015/02/23/beatport-launches-free-streaming-service-no-advertisements
Back in December it was reported that Beatport would launch a free ad-supported streaming service. The service has now launched, and it’s not ad-supported… TechCrunch reports that the streaming service is completely free.
This streaming service has now taken center stage. It’s simply called Beatport and has taken the beatport.com URL. The new Beatport features streaming electronic music and mixes. The electronic music store we are all familiar with is now called Beatport Pro.
As of now, Beatport is in beta and requires a login, so there’s at least a temporary entry barrier. The service is closely linked to Beatport Pro, encouraging users to buy the songs they’re listening to.
Ideally, Beatport would limit streaming access to DJs that need to buy full songs. The presence of parent company SFX Entertainment, a company known for trying to reaching every possible user imaginable, makes that unlikely.
The Beatport platform has also expanded to include electronic music news, videos, and shows.
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Thursday, February 12, 2015 by Nina Ulloa http://www.digitalmusicnews.com/permalink/2015/02/12/grammy-awards-havent-white-since-early-80s
Vocativ has created a graph that shows Grammy nominations by race for best record, album, song, and new artist. There were three years where nominations for black artists exceeded those for white artists. Nominations for latino and other artists has consistently been very low. Nominations for white artists are currently headed toward record highs.
The curved line is the trendline, the light jagged lines show the actual numbers:
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