Kasimir Landheer - Issue #29

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Is the EDM bubble about to pop? Why aren't more artists publishing video's for smartphones like this
Revue
April 11 - Issue #29

Kasimir Landheer

On video, formats and content marketing

Is the EDM bubble about to pop? Why aren’t more artists publishing video’s for smartphones like this Japanese pop group just did? Will 🍏 censor your music automatically? T-Mobile shares some music stats, A guy remade TLOP without ever hearing it and Flying Lotus is scoring a soundtrack. Some statistics on Lil Wayne’s Samsung video’s and an inteview with he creative that helped Tele2 to music success. Also, a little blog I wrote for Adformatie on brands and ADE opportunities.

Popping the Drop: A Timeline of How EDM’s Bubble Burst | Pitchfork
Apple is exploring a way to automatically censor the swear words in your music | Quartz
T-Mobile Adds Amazon Prime Music To Music Freedom, Binge On Free Streaming, Shares Music Stats | Hypebot
A Japanese guy remade The Life of Pablo without hearing it | Dazed
Flying Lotus Is Scoring a Shia LaBeouf-Produced Film Because This Is What Happens in 2016 | Complex
Lil Wayne helps Samsung reach viral success | CNBC
Spotlight: Emilio de Haan | Livescope
Music video made for viewing on a smartphone | Boing Boing
Nederlandse marketeers, zijn jullie klaar voor het ADE? | Adformatie (Dutch)
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