Kasimir Landheer - Issue #54

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The rise of AI in music; a bot DJ and a song produced by artificial intelligence. The Guardian wrote
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Kasimir Landheer

October 3 - Issue #54 - View online
On video, formats and content marketing

The rise of AI in music; a bot DJ and a song produced by artificial intelligence. The Guardian wrote a piece on human curation and whether it can undo the algorithm (My 2 cents: it’s not the right question to ask), iHeartRadio will launch not one but two paid on-demand services, Katy Perry takes off clothes in commercial urging people to vote and 49% of Rolling Stone sold to BandLab.
Meanwhile nobody seems to want to buy Tidal and Spotify is about to buy Soundcloud? Armin van Buuren (audio)guides you through the Van Gogh Museum, talking about old stuff: listen to the first music ever recorded on a computer. And from Japan: Babymetal!
Jim Jarmusch is releasing a documentary about rock ‘n’ roll legends Iggy And The Stooges, there’s an app to create mixtapes from Spotify music and Tele 2 and Lil Kleine introduce SnapTickets. Bon Iver organises listening parties across the world for release of his new album, Beyonce becomes a tech investor, YouTube hires ex-Def Jam boss, MTV hires A$AP Rocky and Pusha-T helps change art education through adidas originals. 

Wenner Sells 49% of Rolling Stone to Singapore's BandLab | AdAge
Van Gogh Museum en Armin van Buuren lanceren multimediatour | Van Gogh Museum (Dutch)
Katy Perry uit de kleren in commercial | Telegraaf.nl (Dutch)
Babymetal: Japanese pop-metal band to star in new digital series | IndieWire
Meet Iggy And The Stooges in the new trailer for Jim Jarmusch's doc 'Gimme Danger' | The Playlist
Tele2 Snapticket trailer | Vimeo
Bon Iver announces 22, A Million listening parties across the world | Fact Magazine
YouTube hires ex-Def Jam boss to smooth music industry ties | AdAge
How Pusha T is helping change public school arts education | i-D
A$AP Rocky Named Creative Director for MTV LABS | Yahoo Finance
The Latest on Music Streaming Services
It seems like nobody wants to buy Jay Z's Tidal | Forbes
Spotify could out-dance Apple if it does acquire SoundCloud | TechCrunch
Can Pete Paphides outdo Spotify's Discover Weekly? | The Guardian
iHeartRadio will launch two paid, on-demand music services | TechCrunch
Music & Technology
Beyoncé becomes a tech startup investor | TechCrunch
A song composed by artificial intelligence in the style of the Beatles | Boing Boing
Avatar-based DJ becomes Mixcloud chart topper | New World Notes
This app lets you make shareable mixtapes using music on Spotify | Fact Magazine
Listen to the world's first computer music recording | The Next Web
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