Posts tagged "electronic music industry"

Grammys 2023: Bonobo, Rüfüs Du Sol, and Beyoncé lead Dance / Electronic nominations

The nominees for the 2023 Grammy Awards have been announced. Competing in the Dance / Electronic categories are Diplo, Bonobo, Rüfüs Du Sol, and Beyoncé, who all earn nominations for both Best Dance / Electronic Album and Best Dance / Electronic Recording. Significantly, Beyoncé is the first Black female artist

The MOBO Awards, a ceremony celebrating excellence in British music of Black origin, has introduced a best Electronic / Dance Music category to this year’s proceedings. Sponsored by Mixmag, nominees for the new award are FKA Twigs, Eliza Rose, ANZ, Sherelle, Nia Archives, and Jax Jones.  The MOBO Awards have

The Amsterdam Dance Event has added heavyweights Richie Hawtin, Peggy Gou, and Hardwell to its conference programme. Martin Garrix will also be sitting down to host an ‘In Conversation’ with Italian DJ and producer Joseph Capriati. Hawtin will host an NFT minting masterclass, Hardwell will take part in a discussion

The Amsterdam Dance Event has revealed the first artists on the lineup for their upcoming 2022 event.  Taking place over five days from October 19th to October 23rd, this year marks the festival and conference’s first full edition event since 2019. Due to the pandemic, the event has functioned at

The electronic music industry saw significant growth globally in 2021, a new report from the International Music Summit (IMS) reveals. This is up from 2020, when the industry saw a massive decline due to the pandemic. In 2019, the industry was valued at $7.9 billion. The pandemic’s effect on the global

Image: Our House Our House, a new museum of electronic music in Amsterdam, is set to officially open on October 29th. The museum will occupy the former space of one of Amsterdam’s oldest house music venues, iT. According to their website, the museum is an experience “told through six chapters”

Image: Dan Sammons Following in the wake of Apple Music’s recent investment in DJ mixes and technology that supports copyright issues for DJs, Spotify has launched a section for streaming mixes. The section went live last week and features new content from Adam Beyer, Amyelle and Noisia as well as

Apple Music has announced plans for a game-changing initiative to solve the copyright issues behind uploading and streaming DJ mixes, making it easier for DJs to upload their mixes to the platform.  Building on the technology made famous by Shazam, Apple has engineered a system that is able to recognise

Image by Jody Hartley A recent survey conducted by The Music Venue Trust has found that the number of people attending gigs at live music venues who are double-vaccinated are higher than the general public. The survey was carried out during the first month since “Freedom Day” and the official

Image by Stephanie Sian Smith Four Tet (Kieran Hebden) is the latest in a string of artists to take legal action against royalty disputes in the streaming era. The English musician has laid a claim for damages against former label Domino based on royalties for the downloading and streaming of

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