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Tuesday, December 5, 2023


10 Reasons Why Watching The Grammy Awards Might Be The Least Exciting Thing You Could Do

So are you ready to indulge in an evening of predictability, cringe-worthy moments, and fashion faux pas? As usual, the Grammy Awards on Feb 4, 2024, might not be the most captivating event to grace your screen. Here are ten reasons why subjecting yourself to the telecast could be the least exciting thing you could do on that fateful evening.

Spotify’s New Streaming Policy: How It Will Affect Artists And Listeners

Spotify, the world’s most popular music streaming service, has announced a new policy that will make many artists cry and laugh at the same...

November Roundup: Three Industry Events To Visit

The Music Void shares this month's roundup of industry events featuring great panel discussions and simply great music. Le Guess Who? Utrecht, The Netherlands 9-12 November 2023 The...

Generative AI And The New Pirate Mafioso’s = Silicon Valley

So, it out in the open now. We know who the massive conglomerates and global investor firms that are stealing and pillaging through creative content owners content with total disregard for copyright and quite frankly illegal conduct

Preserving Timeless Legacies: The Beatles vs. Mickey Mouse

In the realm of timeless legacies, two towering giants emerge: The Beatles and Mickey Mouse. These icons hold special places in our hearts and cultural history, yet their paths to preservation diverge significantly. The Beatles, celebrated as the greatest band in the history of music, have recently embarked on a journey of posthumous releases featuring the late John Lennon's demos. While this practice aims to pay homage to their beloved bandmate and extend their remarkable legacy, it has sparked concerns about the integrity of their music.

Choose Your Battles: Universal vs Anthropic

Who will be the sharks in the legal battle between majors and Anthropic? Katy Perry performs at University of Phoenix Stadium (photo by Kevin...

Hipgnosis Songs Fund In Crisis: Investors Reject Catalog Sale And Demand Major Overhaul

Hipgnosis Songs Fund, a company that led the music-catalog gold rush in recent years by investing over $2 billion in song assets from artists like Neil Young and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, is now facing an uncertain future. A significant 83.2% of its investors voted for a new board to implement major structural changes in the company during a recent meeting.


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