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Tweet 2013 was the year that I started to take music streaming seriously. I embarked upon a premium subscription to Spotify around February (largely  for playback via an old iPad while training in the garage), and it has revolutionised my … Continue reading

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Tweet Prompted by an article in The Guardian (Spotify opens up analytics in effort to prove its worth to doubting musicians), I visited a Spotify website which seeks to de-mystify the periodic brouhaha around Spotify’s business model and whether or … Continue reading

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Tweet Been a while since I posted about cycling – the explanation is that I’ve mostly been in the garage pounding the turbo. To deal with the tedium that is turbo-training, I’ve been listening to a variety of music via … Continue reading

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Tweet Here’s a BBC News page with a segment from a recent Newsnight programme discussing Spotify and whether it does artists a disservice – Spotify – friend or foe of musicians? We still see the issue of low royalty rates … Continue reading

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Tweet I’ve been a Spotify subscriber for about 9 months now, and I view it as a really exciting and useful way to listen to new music. But some in the music industry view it more darkly – see for … Continue reading

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