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Good Morning! This week there were a few interesting things that happened in the music industry. The
Issue #35  •  May 7  •  view online
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Startups and change makers leveraging music and music technology to curate a more creative world.
Good Morning!
This week there were a few interesting things that happened in the music industry.
The gamer lifestyle now comes with clothes.
Childish Gambino does another cool thing with AR and releasing his music.
Pandora made a deal with Ticketmaster so they can sell tickets on their platform.
Future Classic and Dropbox parter up to host an artist residency in Los Angeles.
Check out the rest of the articles below for the latest news.
Hope you all have a great week!
Corey & Josh

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Bandcamp Rolls Out Vinyl Options Signaling Service Add-On Trend Across Music Industry

The Rise of Live-Streamer Style

Facebook Embraces Music: How the Social Network Is Friending the Industry by Licensing Content

Childish Gambino Premieres New Song 'Algorythm' With AR App Bringing Concert Experience to Mobile Devices

American music groups A2IM, ASCAP, BMI, SoundExchange and the RIAA have teamed up for the interactive online feature, which reveals each U.S. state’s contribution to the music industry through artists born there and music conferences and festivals held there.

Dropbox and Future Classic Announce L.A. Studio Residency for Emerging Artists

Pandora is using the power of streaming music coupled with ticketing data to connect fans directly with artists — again. On Monday, the streaming service owned by Sirius XM announced it had formed a new partnership with Ticketfly more than a year-and-a-half after selling Ticketfly to Eventbrite for $184 million.

Twitter Announces New Video-Content Deals with Live Nation, Viacom & More

The 12 Indie Labels With the Largest Revenue Estimates

Martin Bandier Slams Spotify, Looks to the Future at Syracuse Q&A

Spotify tests placing podcast episodes alongside music recommendations

RAC and Goldroom Launch Minerva Music, a Label That Distributes Music On the Blockchain

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Techstars Startup Digest Music is curated by:
Corey Crossfield Corey Crossfield - Music Digest Curator
corey.crossfield@startupdigestmail.com
Josh Ford Josh Ford
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