Kasimir Landheer - Issue #62

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Artist that were critical on digital music services are now uploading their catalogues, an interestin
Revue
November 28 - Issue #62

Kasimir Landheer

On video, formats and content marketing

Artist that were critical on digital music services are now uploading their catalogues, an interesting thought on how streaming is changing the sound of pop music and a very special video.
Also: 
WHAT.CD, Blonde merchandise, a new, meme-safe, Drake commercial for Apple, Motorhead releases line of sex toys and i-D on the ‘Silent Strategy’.

How Streaming Is Changing The Sound Of Pop Music | Hypebot
Watch Drake dance embarrassingly to Taylor Swift in Apple Music ad | Fact Magazine
OK Go Premieres New Explosive 4.2-Second Long Music Video ‘One Moment’ | Indie Wire
Why staying silent is fast becoming the secret to superstardom | i-D
2013: Radiohead Calls Spotify a 'Last Fart of a Dying Corpse'. 2016: Radiohead Uploads Entire Catalog to Spotify | Digital Music News
Metallica Catalog Returns to Napster After 17 Years: Exclusive | Billboard
Motörhead release another line of sex toys | FACT Magazine
Why secret album-sharing forum What.CD was a pirate paradise | FACT Magazine
Frank Ocean just dropped lots of Blonde merch | i-D
Bonus
Talks for jazz lovers | Playlist | TED.com
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